Monday, March 8, 2010

Birds of a Feather

A co-worker saw this while on a trip and thought of me.
It is tagged as a hornbill formed over a seed pod.

I think it looks a little like a Guinea hen.

My friend is of the opinion that it looks more like an Ibis.

Hornbills come in several varieties but all of them have horns this big or bigger.

All I can say is that it is nice to have pals that think of you when the unusual presents itself. Here I posed the bird with a card from the Anahata Katkin collection. And check out the little accordion playing alien hanging out in the shadows of upper right hand corner of the photo above.

As it says
Thank God we aren't the only freaks.



  1. Perhaps it's a mutant, but it looks like a hornbill to me...they were as plentiful as chickens on a farm in Kenya. They loved to clown around.
    I do thank God we aren't the only freaks...but as they say...birds of a feather...
    All the best to you & David! and the alien :)

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  3. The post by TomasBlaser was a sneaky porn ad in Chinese. Wonder if the word hornbill pulled them into my blog? Ha-ha-ha or in the current vernacular LOL!

  4. I think the "alien" accordion player is Squidward from SpongeBob SquarePants?