144/366 ~ A Shrewdness of Apes


Cypress Knees


A Shrewdness of apes

Linking with 
ABC Wednesday ~ "S"
Watery Wednesday
Outdoor Wednesday

27 comments:

  1. All of them chilling together. Great captures.

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  2. amazing, the roots and the fact they do look like apes. beautiful photos. and definitely outside the lines.

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  3. A SHREWD choice.
    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  4. Wow- this is bizarre!! I've seen them painted to look like plenty of things, but this looks just like a bunch of apes sitting out there!

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  5. cool! at first they almost looked like ducklings at the water's edge!

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  6. Great pictures and they looks so cool.
    They did look like a bunch of monkeys.

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  7. So exotic to look at!

    S is for..
    Rose, ABC Wednesday Team

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  8. Surreal, and fascinating. Just a three word heading and we are all seeing apes, ah the power of suggestion.
    Joy - ABC Team

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  9. Very cool! I've never seen anything like that! Wonderful shots!

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  10. Amazing shot, Terri! I had to look really hard to make sure they weren't gorillas! :)

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  11. They sure looked like apes. I love cypress knees. Artisically beautiful.

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  12. they look like lil monkeys sitting w/ their backs turned to the camera! heheheee =)

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  13. A lovely imagination - made me smile!

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  14. What an amazing picture.
    I've never seen anything like that in my life.

    I love your perspective on the picture too!

    Smiles :)
    Kerin

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  15. Wow. You had me. I did wonder why they would all sit in the water though : )

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  16. What a great photo - I love it!

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  17. You take amazing pictures! Not only that, but I love your taste in music. Usually I turn the volume of when I blog has music on it. I've had yours playing for about 45 minutes now - enjoying it all!

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  18. Wow, that is amazing and does look like a group of apes cooling it in the water.

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  19. Those are strange looking roots. I have seen them for the first time. Thanks for sharing!

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  20. It took me a while to figure this out. I must be slow this morning. :))

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  21. Oh how cool!!!! I live up north and we just don't have these. Great "S" post.

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  22. You sure fooled me. What a great photo! Are they really called a "shrewdness of apes"?
    Barbara

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