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Saturday, June 21, 2008

Camera Critters



Ok there not real but i thought they were fabulous. These are at the High Desert Museum Click here a must see when coming to Bend. Make sure you plan for several hours there. Click on photos for better viewing.


Where Oh Where is my beautiful tail?Come children!

42 comments:

Paulie said...

OMG! I thought it was a great actin shot until it all downloaded and I read your words.

dot said...

I agree...they are great even if they aren't real!
I wonder what happened to her tail.

Christy said...

That is a really nice statue, I really like it.

Carletta said...

That statue is really awesome - so much detail!
The peacocks are great too!
Nice post.

LingoVise Says... said...

baby peacocks!?? Wow, I've never seen those before - what a great shot! thanks so much for sharing :)

thanks also for visiting mine, happy CC weekend.

lapa37 said...

Nice pictures

Shannon H. said...

Awesome photos. I love the "come along kids".

Indrani said...

I almost thought the first shot is real. Loved the peahen family shots.

fishing guy said...

Lilly: There are times when an action statue like that is a great capture. The elk are so realistic. The love the baby Peas. I'm igonornt of there names.

BTW: The Turkey Vultures do a great job of cleaning up the roads.

Blue said...

My those rutting stags fooled me for a minute.
Love the peacock shots & your captions!

vero said...

Iteresting sequences of animals.

Wilma said...

Who won the fight?

Aileni said...

What a fine looking set piece - full of the kind of nobility seen in Victorian paintings. Unfortunately in real life the rut must be very fretful for the beasts.

babooshka said...

The rutting shot is fantastic. All good, but that one really clinched it for me.

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

Boy oh boy, that statues looks real. The artist did a great job in creating those... very nice photos!

Shionge said...

For a moment I really thought it was real :d Nice!

Salty said...

Beautiful art! The detail in the elk is totally amazing, but the poor peacock, he must be lost without his tail :)

~TAMY 3 Sides of Crazy~ said...

They may not be real, but they sure look real!

Donna said...

Great photos Girl!!hughugs

reader Wil said...

I first thought that the deer were real living animals! Very good photos!

i beati said...

wow super pictures and the sky watch as well - coming back here often

ratmammy said...

that top photo did look real!!!

LC said...

Great shots the High Desert Museum looks like a place I would love to go.

Daryl said...

All camera worthy critters!

:-Daryl

GMG said...

Wow! You shouldn't have said that they were fake... ;))
The cloud pictures on the sky watch post are awesome!
Meanwhile Blogtrotter waits for your comments in Santiago de Compostela... Hope you enjoy, and have a nice week!

starnitesky said...

The statue is impressive and the pea babies are cute.

April said...

Great pictures! Those elk look so real! Poor peacock. Thanks for stopping by earlier.

granmal said...

They sure look real! Great pictures of the peacock and babies!

Rhea said...

Very cool animals! I love that first shot...looks SO real.

Thanks for visiting me!!

Misty Dawn said...

It's a great post and I love the photos. Maybe I'm going to sound crazy here, but what IS with the peacock's tail?

alicesg said...

Beautiful scupture. The peacock family looked cute.

Gattina said...

I just imagine to see this fighting in real, must be terrible. Mother and baby are so cute !

Sheena Edillie said...

they look so real :)

napaboaniya said...

For a second I went OMG!! Than I read, they're not real :P

Old Wom Tigley said...

Love the statue... and the link..
Great post

Kerri said...

How cute!!!

quinttarantino said...

I love the sculpture!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

The top shot really does look real. Amazing!

the teach said...

I was shocked by the first photo! Then you said they weren't real. Whew! :)

CrazyCath said...

Brilliant. Those stags, real or not, are awesome.

Willard said...

Beautiful captures! Like others have said those stags may not be real, but they make an awesome photograph!

Nabeel said...

the first picture, what a great statue, perfect capture of moment and stance.