Friday, May 1, 2009

Wild Wonders of Europe

Wild Wonders of Europe showcases beautiful photo galleries sponsored by National Geographic which highlight the flora and fauna of Europe. This is Marmots Feeding on Flowers by Grezgorz Lesniewski, from the Austria Galleries


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wildwonderb said...

Thanks so much for posting about us Julie! Glad you like the project.

To celebrate our first anniversary I've started a blog. Life behind the scenes so to speak. Hope to see you there :)

Gururaj you are absolutely right about animals and nature not only releiving stress but raising our levels of happiness. And that is something very much part of Wild Wonders of Europe.

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