Animals / Cottonwoods / Sunset / toad / Trees Red October 11, 2021October 11, 2021 Timothy Price75 Comments Sun bleeds into sky. Scorched earth cracked and dry. Toad stands guard. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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You like your own posts? LOL I am totally teasing you.
This is fabulous! And so very red!
Of course. Someone has to like them. Thanks for the fabulous, fabulous comment. I appreciate it.
Haha! Funny guy.
Gorgeous post 👏🌺
Thanks, Gabriela. How was your weekend?
My pleasure Timothy. I mostly worked. So I did today. I just stopped now. How was yours? How is everyone?
I had a pretty good weekend. We had frost last night so all the kitties were fighting for space on me in the night.
Frost! I can visualize the kitties fighting to be close to you.. Very sweet.
Hugs from us to everyone.
They want to be on top of me, but not all of them will sleep together, so they fight for their places. I’ll end up with 4 or 5 cats on me. A few years ago when most of our cats got along, I had up to 8 cats curled up on me from head to toe.
This makes my evening. I know what you mean. Maya and Mr Churchill sleep by me not on me. Lately Maya got the idea to sleep on me but my sleep is pretty agitated and she decided that is better not to be disturbed all the time by me tossing and turning 😊
Laurie gets up a lot. one or two cats will try and sleep on her because the safe real estate on me is taken. She will get up and the cats that were on her will often slap another cat on me trying to take over a spot. I sleep on my back and don’t move much. Basically I can’t move much with 30 to 60 pounds of cats on me.
I know I am not supposed to move. But I have too. That’s the way I am. I envy you. You are their paradise. I wish I could be like you. 🤗
I used to toss and turn a lot. But not these nights.
Sentry toad does look like he takes his work very seriously.
He’ wouldn’t let me pass with out a passcroak, with turned out to be “Ribbit!” Thanks, Maj & Sher.
Those are beautiful images, Tim, and I love the toad. I haven’t seen an actual toad since our days back east. Lot of tree frogs, though.
Your climate must not be toad friendly. I still see a lot of toads, but not nearly as many as when I was a kid. Thanks, Lavinia.
Scenes from a mystifying movie. Very cool.
Those pictures are wonderful!!
God is speaking to you. Your photos are stunning.
Could be. I’m listening to a course on the Old Testament while driving to and from work. Thanks, Cindy
so clever Timothy!💖
you’re most welcome!💖
Timothy….aye a pleasure x
Speaking of Aye and “Aya aye Captian!”, did you see Kirk is taking a flight into Space on Jeff Bezo’s rocket?
No. I didn’t. You learn something new every day.
Oh, wow… now this is deliciously red! Fantastic shots, my friend!
Thanks, Marina. Seeing red these days.
Brilliant! Everything about this post is perfection- the pictures and the words and the title! Reddish robustness 😉
Robust red is good description. Thanks, Sam. I had a talk with the Fedex chat bot yesterday. The sign has been released from customs if the bot’s not lying to me.
Oh, cool! 😀 Finally!
When it finally arrives, I’ll see if it made it undammaged.
Life on Mars?
Great photographs! Love the Toad. Even if he is red.
It’s like Red Octoadber. Thanks, Holly.
Haha, you always bring a smile to my face. 🐸
Red – my favouite colour, Tim! And you brought the vibrancy and vitality of red!!!
Red is my second favorite color next to black. And I really like the two together. Thanks, Rebecca.
Either you have a real big wildfire nearby, you’re living on another planet, or you guys in NM have pissed off God really good and there is no redemption. 🙄🙄🙄
How about all three? Ex governer Lew Wallace, and author of Ben Hur, once said: “All things based on our experience elsewhere fail in New Mexico.” Stands true to this day. Thanks, David.
As long as whatever is plaguing NM stops at Raton Pass. But, then, Colorado would feel cheated out of being part of an apocalypse.
The plague stops here.
Lovely hue and photos, Tim, almost the shade of my hair these days!
Good hair color you have, then. Thanks, Tiffany.
These are very powerful pictures, Timothy, especially the one with the cracked earth.
Stunning. Love the Frog too! 😍
Red Frogtober. Thanks, Miriam.
That red frog scene would look good on our haunted trail!
You need to paint a toad red next year. Thanks, Brian.
Love the first shot! Ooolala!
Whose tree is silhouetted? Is that the black bamboo behind?
Toad is the cutest, ever!
So, the gown is at least 85% done, maybe 90. I’m going to go sew it some more when I leave your blog.
It’s getting quite exciting!
Thanks, Resa. That is your, tree, of course. The tops of the black bamboo is just below the sun. Johnson grass is in the foreground. I took the photo from the ditch bank.
Ahh.. going back to look..
Try as I may..angles, growths, times of seasons, times of day/night… ditch bank sounds right!
These photos are so cool! The textures on the earth and the toad photo. Does the sky really look that red by you? What time of day is this?
Yes it does, especially when there is a lot of smoke in the air. The photo was just before sunset. I enhanced the cracked earth and toad to match the sky. Thanks, JYP.
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That frog seems angry in red.
He was a bit of a grumpy old toad. Thanks, Ritish.
Oh! I see