June 13, 2007

Wordless Wednesday: Rhino Relaxation



40 comments:

maiylah said...

what a wonderful shot!
looks so peaceful ... :)

thanks for dropping by,
and happy WW!

Melanie said...

Great photo!!

Deborah said...

we live 10km from the local game reserve, they are so beautiful, but my favourite is the giraffe, those eyelashes man I would love a pair like that.

letha said...

Looks like (s)he is enjoying the water.

ChupieandJ'smama said...

Great shot! That is one beautiful and amazing animal.

Villager said...

Deborah - Giraffes are kewl and unique. There is an animated movie with a giraffe in it. This giraffe is a hypochondriac. It's a very funny movie ... although I don't recall the name of it at the moment ... I think it was called "The Wild" or something like that. Anyhow, thanks for visiting!

Lavender said...

What a shot! Fantastic! That Rhino makes having a 'wallow' look like the most relaxing way to spend an afternoon...Happy WW, Great post!

anyhowblogs said...

He looks satisfied. I think we should leave him as it is.

Dawn said...

Great shot. God has such a great imagination - To create such diversity of animals and people.

My son has been to Africa several times - in fact, he married a Kenyan girl. He has some wonderful shots as well. Thanks for sharing!

Alison said...

I love nature shots, and this is great!

Homemom3 said...

oh looks like he had a tough day. Happy WW!

Donna said...

He's relaxing! Thanks for visiting my WW.

Bevson said...

This is fabulous shot! I love the half wet/half dry look. Great capture. Where was this?

Rebecca said...

Yack...he's filthy like a pig.

Great post hough. Happy WW!!

vlado&toni said...

wow, that water must be really refreshing for her, she looks quite relaxed and refreshed :)

Skittles said...

Looks like a nice way to spend a hot summer day!

Diana said...

Thanks for dropping bye my site. Cool pic. of the rhino.
Sounds like a great place too.

Jan said...

I like how the ears look and also how the mud on his head almost looks like a rock in the background. I didn't know Rhino's could be pretty.

addie said...

Oh, the easy life of a hippo. Lovely pictures. Thanks for sharing it.

Thanks for visiting my WW too.
Happy WW!!

Autofocused said...

Nice face pack! :-)

Stacey said...

Rhinos are about my favorite thing at the zoo next to the warthogs--why do I so enjoy animals that wallow in the mud?

Thanks for your kind words you left on my blog; I'm so very sorry we have the loss of siblings in common, there just won't be a day gone by that we won't feel that loss, will there. xo

Sandy Carlson said...

Skin like clay! Beautiful. Happy WW!

Kelly said...

I love this rhino shot! Looks like he's feelin' good...lol

Pearls of Wisdom said...

Great photo! Thanks for sharing and Happy WW.


Smiles and Blessings,

Angel Mama ():)

Jenn in Holland said...

Oh, my goodness. A lovely afternoon soak! What a great shot.

Tricotine said...

Great shot!

Thanks for visiting!
Happy WW! :-)

isabelle aka Tricotine
http://tricotine.typepad.com

LisaC said...

Very Nice!

Villager said...

Addie - He's a RHINO, not a hippo!! (smile)

Thanks to everyone for visiting the Electronic Village today. I hope you come back!

peace, Villager

Dawn said...

I know there were lots of hippos, lions, cheetahs, giraffes, elephants. I'll have to check back on rhinos.

Callie Ann said...

Wow, were you that close to get that picture Amazing. Run!!!

Starrlight said...

what a great shot!

jams o donnell said...

A magnificent creature. Happy WW!

JennieBoo said...

Very Nice. Thank you for sharing...

Happy WW!

~Blessings~

Leighann said...

ah! a nice cool mud bath!

Linda said...

That looks like an animal I would not want to tick off! That horn looks like it could do some damage! Hard to believe it's made out of hair, isn't it??

Thanks for stopping by!

wrchili said...

Beautiful photograph! Happy WW!

MorningSong said...

Wow! Great photo.

Thanks for visiting my blog, Happy WW.

Imma (Alice) said...

"Oh yeeeesssss.... nothing like a good mud bath to sooth ones problems away, and of course a mud treatment is always good for the skin. I'm soooo grateful God made Spas!"

Thanks for the visits today, Villager. Reba & I both appreciate it. :o)

Crissi said...

Awesome pic! my son loved the rhino saurus lol

plez... said...

that's how i felt this afternoon when i finished presenting to my last class!