Macaque Monkey of Thoseghar Waterfall

Only a few of you may have seen my post on Thoseghar Waterfall, but many of you are seeing this monkey from there! Isn't its tail a bit long? These monkeys, I don't know how come, probably by race, come in different shapes, sizes, fight-marks, madness, etc. Some are crack with their upper floor, the others are more than that :) How do you find this one?

And oh yes, I had published a decent monkey also, in the past!

Macaque Monkey of Thoseghar Waterfall

29 comments :

  1. Eyes - The camera
    Camera - The eye.
    Great click.

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  2. "Belated, wish you a Very Happy Birthday Claudia! I came from Joy's blog of YamDaisy!!"

    Thank you so much for your kind words ! It's also a great pleasure having you on my blog and coming from Joy's blog :D She's a very special person who already lives inside my heart :)

    Have a beautiful and so blessed weekend !

    By the way, your blog is awesome ! I love the pictures here ! Great job !

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  3. Thank you Claudia :)

    You too have a great weekend!

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  4. Thank you Hobo and Thank you Aripi De Fluture :)

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  5. adorable mono!
    Bhavesh, me siento honrada cada vez que me visitas, eres un ser maravilloso!
    buen fin de semana!

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  6. Muchas gracias por sus palabras buenas Patricia. De hecho, es un honor para mí tener su visita a mi blog!

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    Thank you so much for your good words Patricia. In fact, it's my honor to have your visits to my blog!

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  7. Bhavesh you are so good at knowing what to post. I've had a perfectly awful week and finding this post this morning is exactly what I needed. He is adorable!! I LOVE him!!

    And the waterfall?? You know I love that. I would love to be there with it right this second. I'd probably never want to come back home.

    Thank you sooooooo much!

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  8. Nicely posed monkey :-)
    Deepa

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  9. This monkey is precious. The look on his face reminds me of a little old lady without any teeth who is looking at an apple she can't bite into!

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  10. Gosh, that is the same kind of monkey that is loose here in the U.S. No one can catch him. He got loose from a lab and he is very sneaky and wild!!! I think you have a picture of his cousin there!

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  11. I love monkeys!!! What a wonderful photo!

    :)

    Enjoy your weekend!

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  12. I am so glad you got all his tail in!

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  13. Our little sibling is wonderful... I'm sure that he, or she, would love it if we would all walk happily and in beauty, so that all of us can participate together in this dance of creation...

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  14. Lookie Lookie! Monkey wants banana? :) Great shot!

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  15. Impressive one :) by the way, I use photoScape.

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  16. Hi Bhavesh! What a shot!!

    Blogtrotter 2 is waiting your comments at the Cayman Islands. Enjoy and have a great weekend!!

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  17. It looks like he is about to say to you, "Quit monkeying around, Bhavesh!" Such a marvelous photo!!

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  18. Great photograph Bhavesh. O what a tail.

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  19. I think monkeys are like people, they are individuals. This one looks intelligent.

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  20. That's a nice shot. I love it attitude!

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  21. Excelente imagem.
    Parabéns!

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  22. What a lovely picture of the monkey. Really amazing. The monkey looks quite impressive and intelligent and how nicely giving pose for the photo.

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  23. A formidable :-) and magnificent shot, thanks!

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