Weekly Photo Challenge: Together

By Vladimir Brezina

This week’s Photo Challenge is Together.

And even though I’ve posted them already, not too long ago, I just have to use these—

The full series of photos is here.

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77 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Together

  1. These are wonderful photos, Vladimir. Excellent for the current challenge.

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  2. Northern Narratives

    Beautiful photos :)

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  3. Not my photo,but I did post it on my new “Rick blog”: https://sites.google.com/a/akihiroito.com/www/

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  4. Northern Narratives

    Thanks for the pingback :)

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  6. awesome!!! the first shot in particular is really sweet!

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  7. They’re great. I can see why you wanted to use them again

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  8. Perfect Vladimir! Love that first image! Couple or not, they are loving being together for sure :-)

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  10. These are perfect for the challenge! I especially love the first one. I have seen pelicans compete for the same post before, it’s amazing how they manage to squeeze on there!

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    • Actually, it was two posts bound very closely together. So there was a bit more room, but not much. Normally I would have expected them to compete and one to drive the other off, but they didn’t. They were obviously tolerating and even enjoying their interaction…

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  12. Oh how amazing i would love to see these birds performing, they look like they are in love!
    Thank you for the ‘pingback’ :-)

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    • The funny thing is, it’s not at at clear whether it’s two males, two females, or one of each. Not that it matters, of course—the plumage says that they are both adults, over the age of consent… ;-)

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  16. Gorgeous images …

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  18. These photos are just lovely.

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  19. Wonderfully nice pictures of a handsome couple! Thanks for pingback :)

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  20. Fantastic! I wish I could see them too!

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  21. Absolutely wonderful – definitely one of my very favourites this week!

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  22. Thanks for the pingback. Great set, especially that first one

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  23. Wonderful photo essay, i am glad you did them again, i must have missed them the first time, thanks. MJ

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  24. Beautiful photographs.Great post.

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  25. Perfect choice, good to see them again!

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  26. Beautiful post for this week topic :)

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  27. These are some of my favourite photos that you have taken, Vlad, you can post them many more times as far as I’m concerned, I’ll never get tired looking at them. xx

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  30. What a cute pelicans. It fits perfectly to the together theme. But, in the last picture i thought the bird have two head, haha… Great works indeed.

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  31. Fabulous – I love pelicans!

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  34. I just tried to comment on your latest manhattan posting but my comment is not showing up there. I will try it here. The NYC photos are fantastic and I enjoyed seeing the perspective from being in a kayak! Thanks for sharing!

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  35. That first shot is priceless, they almost look human. LOL

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  36. Great shot :) Worth showing again.

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  37. The absolute best!

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