Weekly Snapshot with Flickr Social, 3/17/2023

Hi all! Welcome to another installment of “Weekly Snapshot with Flickr Social”.

Every Friday, we’re highlighting some of our favorite photos submitted to the Flickr Social group. For a chance to be featured, join the group and share your photos!

A Malabar Pied Hornbill flying towards a Sandbath

“A Malabar Pied Hornbill flying towards a Sunbath. One of the 9 species of Hornbills in India and an endemic bird of South Asia (India and Sri Lanka). This is a large bird, around 65 cms – bigger than many raptors we have here. This was a lifer and I saw 100’s of them in a single place – a Government timber depot much to my amazement and delight.” – Hari K Patibanda

Let's go for a Walk...

“Let’s go for a walk…” – Ody on the mount

Mush family

“Mush family” – kucø

Musical Box'eh

“Musical Box’eh. Scavenged from badly brokeh Aires camera Coral 45mm lens.” – Milan Cvijanovic

Deep in the Heart of Texas

“Deep in the Heart of Texas. I love my tiny patch of bluebonnets that brighten the front yard and welcome Spring. It may only be about a 12×12 circle, but it sings the song of warmth and beauty.” – pam limits

Temminck's Lark (Eremophila bilopha) - 20190319-06

“Temminck’s Lark (Eremophila bilopha) – 20190319-06. This adult bird had its beak full, trying to keep its fledgling fed and safe. This species was a fairly recent split from the Horned (Shore) Lark. Vallée des oiseaux, Morocco. March 2019. Barcelona Birding Point.” – Sue Milks

morning moon. [explore 18/3/23]

“Morning moon.” – Sabrina Amelia

Netherlands - Amersfoort

“Netherlands – Amersfoort” – Marcial Bernabéu

Be a part of this month’s Explore Takeover

For March’s Explore Takeover we’re celebrating spring! Check out a few photos shared this week and join the discussion for a chance to be featured!

The beginning of a huge tree

“The beginning of a huge tree.” – Eric Galton


“Starburst” – Chris Johnson

Couldn't Resist ;)

“Couldn’t Resist ;) The tulips were in the shade but the sun was shining on some of the shrubs behind them which has given quite a different image I think.” –  Paula W

See you next week!