What’s The Well-dressed Anhinga Wearing This Season?

Here we have Ms Annie anhinga modelling her stunning winter outfit. It presents an elegant and smooth profile with the cape completely closed.

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For a more dramatic effect, the cape can be opened right up to show the magnificent placing of the feathers. This outfit can not only be worn in Florida’s sunny weather, but also if there’s a sudden downpour it’s totally water-resistant. In fact it’s so versatile that one can even swim in it.

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Wishing you all a very pleasant Tuesday.

 

74 comments on “What’s The Well-dressed Anhinga Wearing This Season?

  1. I hope you didn’t have to wait too long for Ms Annie to show her plumage πŸ˜‰
    Well captured Sylvia ! This seasons new look ?

  2. Elegance, confidence, beauty – she belongs on the runway. As Coco maintained: β€œFashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening.” And there is always something exciting β€œhappening” at your place. Love this post!

  3. I looked it up at allaboutbirds.org. It’s an immature female with that light colored neck. Unlike most waterbirds, the Anhinga doesn’t have waterproof feathers. While that may seem like a disadvantage for their watery lifestyle, their wet feathers and dense bones help them slowly submerge their bodies under the water so they can slyly stalk fish.

    I remember my first visit to my family’s house in Florida, we watched the Anhingas perched on top of the electrical box near the pond, drying their wings. We thought it was pretty funny! At the time, I didn’t know why they did that. πŸ˜€

  4. Pingback: What’s The Well-dressed Anhinga Wearing This Season? β€” anotherdayinparadise – All About Writing and more

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