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Aye aye! I love eyes too!
Robin recently posted..Wordless Wednesday: Sunday past
Great idea 🙂 Oh the things those eyes have seen…
Mrs. Cox recently posted..W/W Juxtapose
Interesting shots of the eyes!
Verena recently posted..Wordless/Wordful Wednesday: My love for flowers…
aye yi aye I believe I have identified all of those eyes 🙂 The wet one had me going…but it came to me after a bit what it might be.
Clockwise from top left:
Giraffe, Turquoise Parrot, Elephant, Donkey, Southern Sealion
ahh, except that they display in a random order, I forgot about that. So, above are the answers, you just have to work out which is which, which shouldn’t be too difficult!
Kind of neat to see all the differences. What on earth is the second one? No idea.
Amanda @ Ramblings of an Empty Mind recently posted..Just A Few Things From Michigan
This is sooo cool!
Joyce recently posted..Wordless Wednesday: It’s All Greek to Me
EYE see you! =)
I love eyes! So beautiful!
Thanks for linking up with me.
Andie recently posted..Wordless Wednesday 08/24
Really interesting. I like the horses eye! 🙂
Good Girl Gone Green recently posted..Wordless Tomato Wednesday
Love your eyes. I wouldn’t have guessed the sealion. Happy Wordless Wednesday! Thanks for linking up 🙂
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OOoooooh… What great pics!!! You clearly have an “eye” for photography! Happy Wordless Wednesday… Hope you’re having a great week, full of blessings… 🙂 http://www.OliviaBlueMusic.com/
the eyes have it!
could not pass up a pun.
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