: You're new here - welcome! Your enthusiasm is most refreshing and the
exuberance of your dog made me laugh out LOUD (honestly) at every picture of the obvious joy.
Don't let the "rules" thing discourage you from future posting - if you have a "series" of
pictures that are connected, you can always post one of them in each of successive days.
I personally enjoyed the pix immensely - hope to see more of your submissions soon : )trev
: I've never seen a more blue heron in all my life. Nice capture!
Also loved the autumn colours. Here in Alberta the seasons change rather abruptly.
A zillion leaves one day and bare trees the next. In many years, it's not really "fall",
but rather a "thud" LOLQQ
: wow, you SHOULD be pleased with that picture. The plant looks like it could start
MOVING at any time - sort of reminds me of "Little Shop of Horrors" for some reason : )Auntie
: cute pic of the cat. My Zoe's VERY fluffy tail quite often finds the dust
bunnies my vacuum fails to notice lolCopago
: I'm laughing about the magpies. They're here in my yard every day, but I
still haven't caught one in flight yet. Am working on it though.Satguru
: am a big fan of topiary myself. I'll endeavour to find some of the ones
I've taken. Your friend might like them as well.
Okay, finally found my heron picture. It was taken in Southern California, but I can't
remember whether it was near Balboa Park or at the Quail Botanical Gardens.
At any rate, it's a wild bird, not a zoo exhibit. And no, it's not stuffed, nor is it
missing a leg ...