Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #118 – Communication

Here is my entry into guest host Anne from Horse Addict Blog (owner of Biasini the horse) of Lens-Artists Photo A Week Challenge with the topic of Communication.

Yesterday, Chris and I drove down to Wildlife Safari (about 150 miles south of Canby) located in Winston, Oregon. We saw animals in communication with each as well as this giraffe communicating to the humans, “Feed me Please”.

I totally fell in love with the Emus. One came right up to me at the car window, but I couldn’t grab its photo because I only had my 70-300 lens camera with me. Did you know they make a “drumming” sound when they talk?

Here is a mother and fawn Sika Deer. The Sika deer are native to Japan and they retain their spotted coats even as adults.

I’ve put together a list of challenges and their hosts.  So if you know a challenge host, please direct them to my blog.  Feel free to contact me anytime.  I hope everyone will be able to use my lists.

Qi (energy) hugs

Cee

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  1. Hello Cee Human. Biasini here. Your photos are amazing. That huge animal with the spots ans such a long neck. Ma Leueen tells me they have long blue tongues for eating leaves off trees. And those birds that drum with their voices. The spotted deer and her baby ! We have deer here but they look different.Thank you for these photos of animals i have not seen before.🐴

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  2. Don’t let those emus fool you, Cee. They’re very aggressive, especially if you have food. We once had a BBQ in a national park and as soon as they smelled the smoke, they came running, finally circling us so that we had to put the kids on the picnic table and fend them off. Sausages thrown some distance enabled us to make our escape.

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