Sunday, July 18, 2010

Picture a Day/365

~The first hummer of the season~
I usually see only a few hummingbirds now that I'm on the East Coast.
In California, I couldn't keep my feeders full.
Here, I usually have to pour to it out each week to freshen it.
I'm sad because they are among my favorites...
This lil guy is playing and bathing in the sprinklers.
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188/365
Hummingbird Shower
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187/365
~Dragonfly on Amaryllis~
Yellow and Black Dragonfly resting on the buds of a red Amaryllis
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186/365
~ Baby Dog ~
Zeke, my Senior Staffie, is 13 years old
He's just the sweetest lap dog!
He doesn't much care for having his picture taken anymore.
I try not to bug him about it,
but I do try to get a couple shots each week now.
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Pretty Kitty
185/365

My sisters kitten
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***Happy Fourth***

Zeke, wearing the Colors of the USA
"Proud to be an American"
184/365
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183/365
Trees
I was struck by the beauty of God's design
in this grouping of lichen covered tree trunks,
with the far away ones in the spacings, seen across the pond.
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Baby Lizzy
182/365
Cute and very tiny Carolina Anole,
stretched out on the leaf of a Miniature Mum plant.
This little guy is only about three inches from it's head to
the tip of it's tail!

181/365
My Best Friend
Zeke,
American Staffordshire Terrier

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180/365
Chameleon on Post
A friend told me this is the mating call of the Carolina Anole.
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179/365
Tiger Lily
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178/365
"Black and Blue"
I have no idea what this irridescent, "black and blue" bug is.
If you do, please let me know.
Aside from his striking colours, I love his curly antennae.
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177/365
"Echinacea Purporea" aka ... Purple Coneflower
There's a good sized grouping of these on one side of my house,
so after a rainy night... I tried without success,
to get flower relections in some of the raindrops.

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1 comment:

  1. beautiful as always. Love the carolina anole matig call. Great capture. The blue shiny bug looks like a type of wasp or bee...I dunno. Yes get as many pics of Zeke as you can. I do the same with Bruno..their time is limited! These are beautiful!!!

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