I'm so disappointed to learn that a "tufted titmouse" is a bird and not a rodent.
Love the evening sky photo from Tuesday. You have a lovely hairy woodpecker, thundra. :) The titmouse is adorable. I've never seen one in person.And, always love me some Carly.
Dear Lord... apparently we were all waiting to pounce on thundra's post.
Thundra- here's a photo of my morning.
Yes, yes, everyone pounce!There's plenty, and we can make more.P.S. Hahaha, zrm, I remember seeing that on MTV back when I used to watch it. ~
What a lovely spot not to be able to park.As cute as they are, that titmouse looks like it's ready to peck somebody's eye out.
I also remember that Beavis & Butthead thought the Priest viddy for that song kind of sucked.
Jim H., I'm not sure you can see the detail in the pic.But not only is our intrepid West Virginian parked next to the sign, he also has a line in the water.~
P.S. Just noticed that the Judas Priest vid has "embedded disabled by request". Eff that. And eff Vevo, too. ~
You've got another thing coming, tyrant.
At least it wasn't "No Parkouring", although pictures don't show a lot of structures to freerun on.
Did you perform a citizens arrest on that jack-ass?? :)((Hugs))Laura
You have a lovely hairy woodpeckerI'm sure ITTDGY hears that all the time.
Good thing the sign didn't say "No Barking."These are pretty much the same birds I am getting at my feeder this winter. Kinda weird I haven't seen any Junkos this year.
Laura, I've parked down there myself. And fished in that lake. (Not at the same time...I've parked there to take pictures on my way back home, and fished there after walking down the hill.)I'm thinking of setting up my own shot with the car right next to the sign. Who's with me?~
Good sky shots.What kinda fish does Al Capone there expect to haul in?
that titmouse looks like it's ready to peck somebody's eye out.Lifeless eyes, black eyes, like a doll's eye. When he comes at ya, doesn't seem to be livin'. Until he pecks ya and those black eyes roll over white. And then, ah then you hear that terrible high pitch screamin'...
Another gorgeous batch of pictures...but I think stretchy dog is my favorite. With a few clicks of my mouse I could make him (?) look so neato vintage.
Barking the Law! Barking the Law!
That landscape is so gorgeous.
The tufted titmouse shot is superb and ideal for Carmi's greyish theme.I like the woodpecker too.
When I speed up through a yellow light with TLB in the car, I flash her the the devil horns and say, "Breakin' the law, breakin' the law." I've done it so much that she'll say, "Go ahead, say it," if I forget or am doing something silly like paying attention to the cars in front of me.
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