Monday, March 11, 2013

"Hold still now, there it is, yep, it's a stick, umm, stuck a little bit, here it comes now, yep, got it" 
"Kokokan, or commonly called 'Cattle Egrets' are common in Bali and can be viewed frequently fling in a 'V' formation all over the island in their morning sojourns and evening as they return from feeding. The skies are always their realm and may be seen most anytime in the rice fields picking their way around the grassy rice stems in search for small frogs and eels.  I never liked or approved of either names for these wondrous creatures, instead a name more appropriate may be perhaps...'Cloud Phoenix.'

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