Feathered Derrières for Sue’s Word A Week Challenge

This week, Sue has chosen the word “Behind” for her challenge, so I decided to give you a few behinds, discreetly covered by feathers. As always you can click on the pics to enlarge.

The Wood Stork has a short black tail poking out beneath his beautiful snow-white feathers.


The gorgeous Spoonbill is modeling the very latest in rose pink ruffles.


The Anhinga is just hanging out to dry.


The Tricolored Heron is displaying his very best slate-blue feathered back view.


Mr GBH really has quite a resplendent behind.


Last but by no means least, is an audacious display of mooning by a very cheeky duck.  Bottoms up!


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93 comments on “Feathered Derrières for Sue’s Word A Week Challenge

  1. Pingback: A word a week challenge:Behind | Relax4recovery

  2. Fantastic photos ! … I enjoy each and everyone of them ….
    something i don´t enjoy just now is my apartment … But i hope that it will be fine when the renovation is over …
    I miss that i can´t follow my favourite blog as i usually do // Maria 🙂

  3. What a lovely description AD … ‘Feathered Derrieres’
    For me I think it has to be the pink ruffles of the Spoonbill … always in vogue 😉

  4. da tutte le parti si guardino tuoi scatti sono sempre speciali….hai tantissime e bellissime varietà di uccelli da fotografare, con tuo grande divertimento e nostro piacere
    buona caccia ( solo fotografica, mi raccomando!)
    all parties shall look your shots are always special …. you have many beautiful varieties of birds to photograph, with your great fun and our pleasure
    good hunting (photo only, I recommend!)

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