My daughter Jessie and Mission Mural makes quite a nice contrast.
Squirrel and Flamingos Contrasting Natural and Hot Pink!
The backyard wildlife is popular with our visiting students. This squirrel posed quite a while with the flamingos yesterday until he started digging in the wine barrel then I had to interrupt this bucolic scene. Does anyone remember that I posted almost the same photo sans squirrel last week?
One more squirrel photo for no reason than you might like it 🙂
Weekly Photo Challenge juxtaposition: it is “the act of placing things side by side, especially for the purpose of comparison or contrast” Which photo works best for this definition?
I plant sweet peas ievery February 2nd. I use to plant them outside but squirrel and blue jay just thought I was feeding them. So now I start them in little posts to give these little sweeties a fighting chance.
And Of course One Must Sing And Dance Around!
For more about celebrating Feb 2, Imbolc or Ground Hog Day see my other blog:Carolilse
I waited one day too long to take a picture of my sunflower! The first thing I heard from the husband the morning was:
“Honey, you won’t like this! You’ll be mad at the squirrel but he has your sunflower”
As I grabbed my camera I shouted: “If I can’t have my flower at least I’ll have a picture!” I got two
He looked me straight in the eye and dared me to come get it.
Sunflower up! In a splint there are still buds on the plant. Any ideas how to keep them safe from the wily beastie?
I guess I should file this under my own Prompt from yesterday of Ripening. You get critters when who want to share your crop when things ripen!
Find the Squirrel
I keep seeing post for this photo challenge so I deiced to join in. Can someone, please tell me the origin so I can stop being a lurker, like this squirrel that was almost came into the house last winter. If I remember right I shot this critter’s reflection through two windows. It’s kind of a Rashomon image. You’re not sure of what point of view to believe or where to look.