3 of 365 PINK DOGWOODS and WHITE PEACOCK

Pink Dogwood in Walla Walla. Photo by Smiles.

Dogwoods, Redbuds and Lilacs currently rule their sections of the color wheel in Walla Walla, especially in Pioneer Park.  While there this afternoon, I scurried over to the Aviary when the white Peacock hopped up onto the bridge railing.

White Peacock in Pioneer Park Aviary. Photo by Smiles.

Unfortunately he wasn’t in a mood to fan his tail… beautiful anyway, I thought.

:}  Smiles

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One Response to 3 of 365 PINK DOGWOODS and WHITE PEACOCK

  1. Connie Williams says:

    Regal! I don’t think I’ve ever seen a white peacock!

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