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Red Panda - beauty of nature.

During my  post – graduation  days I had gone to Lava, a sleepy hamlet  located  a little away from Kalimpong. That was my maiden   trip to Lava. 664 more words


Who / What Am I? 04/04

Good evening everyone,

And yet again the weekend is upon us… how lovely…

I am hoping for some nice weather this weekend so I can do some car booting… not sure if I will go selling, maybe just a browsing trip for me this week… I have not decided as yet… I will see how it goes on Sunday morning… 189 more words

Bark Time

Endangered series: Red Panda (Ailurus fulgens)

Finished work, mixed media: charcoal, pastel, graphite, pen and ink. This was my first time working with chalk pastels, and I have to admit that I don’t know what I am doing! 65 more words

Red Pandas (Pristinailurus bristoli) Used to Live in North America

Today, there are less than 2,000 wild red pandas left in the bamboo forests of China, Nepal, and Burma.  Their handsome coloration blends with the red moss and white lichens that grow so abundantly in the forests where they live.  750 more words

Red panda at the National Zoo

I photographed this red panda (Ailurus fulgens) this past weekend in Washington, D.C. at the National Zoo. According to Wikipedia, red pandas are native to the Himalayas and southwestern China. 114 more words


Red - See it, Snap it, Love it

Dear Beautiful Boy has set this lovely challenge with the theme of ‘red’ this week.

This is Tashi the Red Panda who lives in the Oak Tree at Whipsnade Zoo.  49 more words