Can you believe it...that is Silvie the 8 month old pup-cub on the husby's right and Meaka the 5 1/2 year old to his left.
Silvie already weighs over 71 pounds and Meaka 74 pounds full grown~
Remember to double click on the image, to view a larger slide show of the images shared ~
*** I am going to at least try and link up to Mosaic Monday and Wild Bird Wednesday...will be on the road for a while and so, it all depends on Internet access.
The weather across the country looks bleak, as well as the SHUTDOWN of our government...what stress this brings our way!
I am linking up with Mary for:
I am linking up with Stewart at:
Wild Bird Wednesday
It seems that with family members in need, and having to run errands since the husby began a little kitchen project a while back, that we are always on the go into town.
It does not bother me so much, just have the camera on ready...good to go.
What do you think of the tin barn and old silo...I thought it was wonderful!
Love the rust stains...that gives that barn real character~
The images that I will be sharing, like the one below, were taken last Sunday morning.
This is the Icelandic Horse farm that I often photograph in Prospect.
These hues are all natural, as the sun was rising over a fog covered Lily pond~
Lots of berry bushes ready for the birds to come calling.
I have tons of the Honeysuckle variety here~
This Gray Squirrel was totally taken by surprise, as he made his way with a Hickory nut toward me.
Once he realized there was "danger' before him...he scampered in the other direction~
I shared this with family and friends on Facebook the other day.
Rudolph the red nosed Chipmunk... ;)
The way the berry was positioned in front of this little chap, that was all that I could think of~
Wow, a very late clutch.
This image was taken of a young Goldfinch being fed by parent, just the other day~
Every year this time, we can be walking on our property and come across one of these beautiful Box Turtles.
This was quite a large male, and he was en route to where he would hibernate this Winter.
If you ever help a turtle out, that may be crossing a road, always point them in the direction they were going.
I have had a pet Box Turtle for a few years now.
One day, she will be released, but not until such time that she would not make such good Raccoon fodder~