Travel Theme: Multiples

By Vladimir Brezina

Ailsa’s travel-themed photo challenge this week is Multiples.

I seem to recall that it was Couples just a few short weeks ago. And now it’s Multiples already? To be sure, it’s quite natural—

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42 responses to “Travel Theme: Multiples

  1. These are so gorgeous. :)

  2. That last one is wild! No wildlife pun intended. :-D

  3. These are great. I especially like the four ducks and the fat squirrels (my enemies and weakness in my garden–they are so cute and destructive)

  4. love the photo of the ducks! :)

  5. These are wonderful! I love them all.

  6. These are all beautiful photographs but I love the last one the best. How awesome that you captured that. :)

  7. Amazing pics. Those squirrels and ducks look so adorable.

  8. love the squirrels! Happy New Year, Vlad — APRIL

  9. Very well captured… :-)

  10. Beautiful….well captured.

  11. Wow! those are awesome multiples.

  12. What a great series of photos for the multiples theme. WIshing you a happy new year. I look forward to your posts in 2013! Cheers, Maureen

  13. Great shots, Vlad. I think that multiples of couples (rabbits) lead to the Fibonacci number theory :-)

  14. Nice. I dig the squirrels; looks like they’re facing off like the Sharks and the Jets.

  15. I love the last photo.. a flock of birds forming magnificent lines as they fly, it’s an awesome shot!

  16. All photos , I love .
    Especially , the last shot is my favorite .

  17. Love the squirrels!

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