Sunday, 7 June 2015

SUNDAY THOUGHT - Peacock at Blessingbourne House ( Part 14)

Once every three years ships from Tarshish returned, bringing gold, silver, ivory, apes, and peacocks.

2 Chronicles 9:21


Photographed

at
Blessingbourne House

May 2015

Below is a short video of the Peacock.

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I hope you enjoyed the past 2 weeks as I showed you the many aspects of Blessingbourne House.

Next week, I am taking you to South Donegal.
Wet and warm gear needed!!!

Many thanks to all those who leave comments.

21 comments:

  1. Peacocks are so beautiful and that is a great video of him doing his display.

    Diana
    http://adifferentlenslens365.blogspot.co.nz/2015/06/bath-time.html

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  2. Of those treasures I would opt for peacocks. Loved your captures of them, and Blessingbourne House.

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  3. Wow ! What a beauty !!!!
    Just a gorgeous shot and video !!
    Have a nice Sunday !

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  4. Beautiful though we are not really its target.

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  5. Hello Margaret, Beautiful captures of the peacock! Happy Sunday!

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  6. Great pictures of the Peacock.
    The video is great
    I wish you a beautiful Sunday.
    Best regards, Irma

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  7. What a fantastic show he put on!

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  8. What a gorgeous bird! Nice photo.

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  9. As beautiful as he is, I wonder if that tail gets heavy to carry around!

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  10. What an amazing peacock!

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  11. Always wanted to see ome of these in the wild..............

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  12. They are such beautiful birds, enjoyed your sweet video. All that strutting and no interest from the female...ha!!

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  13. They are indeed very beautiful birds. They sure like strutting around.

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  14. they are just gorgeous!!!!

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  15. What a handsome fellow! I love to see a peacock proudly displaying his colors.

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  16. Aren't these birds incredible, and love hearing the cry out. Lovely photos Margaret! Have you done any posts ever about our Mercy ship experience? Would love to hear about that!!

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