Monday, July 08, 2013

Cuttlefish & Nature Park Photos

Hello everyone!  A very warm welcome to you all!  The video I have chosen for this post is a beautiful and fascinating, 3 minute clip about cuttlefish.  I have always found these creatures to be both intelligent and fascinating.  Enjoy!

The photos I am sharing today are ones I took a few weeks ago on a nature park walk.  I came across some goats, alpacas and flowers.  You just need to click on the images to see a larger view.




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15 comments:

  1. Those purple flowers look like aliums. The goats, they love being up high!!

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  2. Fascinating video! That's a wonderful how the cuttlefish can change to fit the environment. One of the many wonders of nature!

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  3. nice video on the cuttlefish and lovely pics of the goats. i must admit, when i think about cuttlefish and goats, i only think about them as food! so it's nice to see them alive once in awhile, if you know what i mean, heh :D

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  4. I remember using a skeleton of those cuttlefish back in our homeschooling days! I so enjoyed all your photos!!

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  5. La sepia es una animal fascinante con un sistema de camuflaje excelente. La conozco bien porque de tarde en tarde hago algo de pesca deportiva. Un saludo,

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  6. A wonderful video of coral reefs, and fish Linda. I wish you a great week.

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  7. The goats sure enjoy their perches, and I would like to visit this nature park.

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  8. My wife being from a tropical island nation views all things from the sea as food. Her family comes from Leyte in the Philippines. The reefs there were some of the most startlingly beautiful I've ever seen. We have eaten very small squid straight from the ocean and into the wok. I've seen larger cuttlefish in Thailand...you awoke all sorts of memories my friend!

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  9. I love the way th4 colours change on the cuttlefish.

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  10. Wow what a great Video the wonders of Nature . Lovely shots , have a great week.

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  11. Really fascinating, Linda...
    Lie(f)s.

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  12. Quite amazing, Linda. Loved the videos and the photos.

    Thanks so much for stopping by my blog! Susan

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  13. I am amazed, Linda! That was something else! The Cuttlefish has certainly learned to adapt to stay alive. H-m-m....a lesson here maybe?
    I like these flowers called Allium, a member of the Onion family.

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  14. The purple ones on the bottom are really cool!

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