Thursday, 8 July 2021

Panda

 

Late 2019, I was lucky enough to get to China. In Beijing, we stopped at the Panda House, more because I felt we 'should' while we were there, I thought we'd tear in and out and move onto something more interesting. What I failed to realise was how delightful these animals are. 

Playful and agile when not eating, we watched mesmerised, having to be hustled along by our guide who knew how many more Pandas there were to see. The black rings are that, rings, that circle their body and they prefer solitude unless mating. 




The Chengdu Panda Reserve has a panda cam for anyone keen to watch them in action from afar.





This guy was on the streets of the bar and restaurant precinct in town.




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10 comments:

  1. I would have love to go along to see the pandas. So adorable.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend. ♥

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  2. That is so very cool. Thanks for sharing this amazing experience.

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  3. Lovely pics, they are such adorable things!

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  4. They really are quite special animals. I do hope that more is being done so that they don't become extinct.

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  5. PS: Thank you for hosting, Lydia. Hope you're holding up in the lockdown...

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  6. Just the sight of a panda makes me smile, they are such lovely creatures.

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  7. When hubby and son saw the pandas I was painting in the streets of Beijing- I missed them, but I just had to get in some plein airs of Beijing:)

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  8. what lovely photos! Pandas are adorable!

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