Bonding


This photograph was taken on a wintry morning at Jim Corbett National Park buffer zone area.What caught my attention here was this pair (I think its red-vented bulbul) that hopped from branch to branch together, not leaving each other even for a small fraction. 

Let me take this opportunity to wish all a cozy, happy & prosperous new year together!! Have a happy 2014 :)



Sharing with SWF & OWT family 

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    1. Thanks Ladyfi & wish you the same :)

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  2. How cute! Have a very Happy New Year!

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    1. :) thanks much Al. A very happy new year to you too!

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  3. Lovely 'zen' like nature photo ~ ! Happy New Year to you ~ thanks for visiting ~ carol, xxx

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    1. thank you for giving the image a 'zen like nature photo' caption :) Did not think of it from that perspective... Have a happy 2014.

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  4. I wish you a Happy New Year too. Since I have only recently started following, I'm looking forward to your posts in the new year, to see more of your beautiful photos.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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    1. Thank you Mersad for the kind wishes & encouraging comment. I admire your photography too and follow you on twitter.

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  5. Super cute!!!! I wish you the best in 2014! I have a feeling it's going to be a good year for me and hopefully for you too. :)

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    1. Thank you for the wishes. You bet! 2014 is definitely going to be a better year for me ;)

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  6. Lovely shot. Happy New Year!

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  7. Great shot Shweta. And a happy new year to you as well. May it be filled with joy and surprise.

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    1. Thanks much for the wishes Don :)

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  8. What a beautiful capture Shweta! Sometimes even the birds can show us what love is :) They are such a cute pair. Hope you have a lovely year! Happy new year :)

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    1. Oh yeah, we can learn a lot from nature. Thanks for your wishes Pallavi :)

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  9. that´s a wonderful thing to watch, isn´t it?

    Happy New Year to you. :)

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  10. Hi Shweta! You have a beautiful blog here and I am so glad I met you today! Cheers and keep blogging :)

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    1. Thanks for visiting ilakshee :) I am happy that we connected. I loved your writing.

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  11. A late response for the new year, yet, I have always thought perhaps the celebrating of the new year should based on the season instead of a calender; what is there fifty or more in use around the world besides the 360 day calendar. So for me the new year begins in spring, which we if the last two days are any indication, spring maybe just beginning -a new season, a new year with fresh air and a new sense of rejuvenation. Another part of the world, that sense of rebirth an rejuvenation would be a different month all together for different reasons. That all said a happy, prosperous, contented 2014 to you.

    The silhouette of the two 'love' birds, is universal and fitting to spring into a new year..

    Also, I followed the link to Jim Corbett National Park and your jungle adventure. Good shtufffs! From here, there is something thrilling and spiritual to be within the reign of the tiger. That said, being close is all one needs and wiser then to actually see face to face. Am fairly at ease in nature, at the same time I am respectful. In this country the equivalent, if a Tiger could have an equal, is the Grizzly Bear -an steam scat was too close for me. But like most countries in these modern times it mostly a two tonne vehicle that will get us in the end.

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