April 3, 2010

Family Gathering

Here's a glimplse of My World, this photo was shot on the way up to Nandi Hills

39 comments:

  1. Amazing photo!!!

    Mine is Easter Rabbits

    Have a glorious weekend!

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  2. No kidding family gathering!!! Wonderful shot! Happy Critter Day!

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  3. Oh my! Now that's a bunch of monkeys! How cute they all are too. Fabulous photo, Samson!

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  4. Thanks Carolyn, they are cute indeed :) i like the little one in the front which is trying to lift the other monkey... after i took this photo i stopped there for a while watching them play and groom.. it was amazing

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  5. Wow, this is a beautiful capture. Great shot.

    My entry

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  6. Love all the monkeys, they have such cute faces. Awesome photo!

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  7. What an amazing photo!!! I would have loved to have seen this. I saw that you said you stayed a while and watched them. I bet that was awesome! Thanks for sharing this today. ~

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  8. It sure was awesome LeAnn :)

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  9. Great 'family' shot! Thanks for visiting my blog and your nice comments. I have added your Blog to my "World Blogs" section. Have a peaceful Easter :)

    Cheers
    Pete
    www.hamilton-nz.blogspot.com

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  10. :-)))) oh.... looks like my family!!

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  11. This is really excellent and beautiful family. Have a wonderful weekend!

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  12. Thanks Pete, thanks for adding my blog to your World Blog's section.. its an honor

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  13. Oh Anne, you comments always puts a smile on my face :)

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  14. That's a lot of monkeys! do they bother the visitors?

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  15. They probably have something to celebrate :) maybe your lunch ;)
    But I hope not - great shot!

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  16. What a terrific shot! I love it! My first thought was the same as Anne's -- hmmmm, looks just like my last family reunion!! They are so cute and I love the expression of the face of that little one with what looks like a big smile! Terrific! Definitely my biggest smile today! have a great evening, Sam!

    Sylvia

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  17. Don't see that in Oklahoma, I'll tell you that. Great shot.

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  18. @ Jama

    There are hundres of monkeys found here (Nandi Hills, Bangalore) the groups found at the bottom or the one's you encounter on the way up are very peaceful. I was sitting on my bike watching these monkeys about 4 feet away and they never bothered me but the one's found on top of the hill are very notorious, they are know for stealing the food and many a times they snatch the hand bags of the visitors looking for food.

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  19. Amazing to see young and old - a multi-generational gathering. A great photo capture!

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  20. That's a LOT of monkeys! I can only imagine how it felt to see so many at once! Wow!

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  21. how great is that! Love that picture!! Love their facial expressions too!

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  22. wow, that's an amazing photo of monkeys.

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  23. It must be many generations involved. :)

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  24. Great capture.:)
    Reminded me of one of my recent posts titled: Mommy.

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  25. oh, my! i love this photo :D loving family:)

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  26. Great to see. That is one big family!

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  27. Oh my gush they are so close to you when you took this picture. Goodness they are not scared of the flash. Great shot. Happy weekend!

    PhotoHunt~Vertical

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  28. So cute monkey family !
    Great shot !
    You don´t see that in Sweden either :)
    Have a nice weekend !

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  29. Now that is a family reunion! Great picture.

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  30. What a great shot! I love it! :-)

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  31. You entered "monkey-dom"--and boy did you take us there!

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