Animals / Birds / Great Blue Heron / Insects BSDP June 29, 2022 Timothy Price54 Comments Bunny Squirrel Dragonfly pTerodactyl Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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Beautiful, Tim. Took me a minute to find the squirrel.
Only the nose knows. Thanks, Jeff.
Haha. Indeed. Most welcome, Tim.
I had to enlarge the photo to find the squirrel. He is very well-camouflaged!
I don’t think he thought I could see him at all. Thanks, Liz.
You’re welcome, Tim.
It took me a little while to find a squirrel and now I think maybe I see two.?
I enjoyed all the images.
Thanks, Susan. There were two out there scampering around.
Wow… was that a real squirrel or a wood one? You know me, i had to search. Lovely Pics and that pTerodactyl. Where did you capture that?
A real squirrel. The pTer is around a lot. I have posted lots of photos of him over the years. Thanks, Cindy.
wild.. I had to zoom a lot to make high nor hear out of him. I saw an egret today so calm and didn’t move a muscle and I was so excited to take a pic but was with a client… by the time we got there he was gone. 😢 I got the murky green bottomed carp tho and a turtle who stuck his head up and said hi so there’s that.. 😹 You’re welcome! 😘
I saw egrets flying by. No carp or turtles. I heard the bullfrogs calling.
oh fun. we can trade pics but mine aren’t rock stars like yours. 💖
That squirrel has a safe little place to hide. 🐿️ Interesting photos, especially that pTerodactyl. 😆
The squirrels love that pile of cut up cottonwoods. It’s a fun playground and safe. Thanks, Michele.
Smart squirrel that but then squirrels are. Lovely pics
Yes they are. Stupid squirrels! Thanks, Shey.
Lol. We got them in the gardens here. They’ve got everyone convinced they are THEIR squirrels. The mums and dads bring the babies and show them round the squirrel boxes.
There squirrels used to come up to the bay windows in the kitchen and tease the cats. I haven’t seen them do that lately. I have seen the squirrels climbing around in the rose bushes to get the rosehips. They are squirrely little critters.
It’s quite interesting here cos this whole bit was once where all the rich gits lived and so there’s lots of mansions with huge grounds. Some of the grounds are like small estates cos there’s houses that have been built in them. ( We are at the poor end of this spectrum, never would have got much more than a garden shed here, had this house not been neglected btw.) But also the 60s/70s/80s in fact all the new builds at the back of this bit were built on countryside. So we have a ton of wildlife goes about. This includes foxes who use traffic crossings. Yeah.
Sounds like a beautiful area. Foxes ain’t dumb, either.
The most beautiful one walks along our ancient wall at dusk every night.
Lovely multitude of greyish browns!
Absolutley. Thanks, Heidi.
BSDP happy in paradise! So am I! 🙏
For the squirrel I had to look twice – LOL
He was a shy one. Thanks, Rudi.
Neat pTerodactyl! Love all your very cool creatures… love seeing them all.
Very nice. I love the dragonfly.
Love that we only get the nose of the S. Beautiful BSPD, Tim 🙂
A no nose knows better. Thanks, Dale.
Nose is in the know.
No doubt about a kowing nose.
Beautiful photos, Tim! I almost missed the squirrel’s nose and foot sticking out from behind that log. He blend in perfectly!
Turtles – have you seen any lately? Would love to see your native turtles.
I have not seen turtles lately, but I haven’t been looking, either. I’m sure I’ll see some before summer is over. Thanks, Lavinia.
A wonderful foursome, Tim.
Thanks, Maj & Sher. I found you in spam.
Was about to accuse you of tricking us with the S, but then I found it by a nose.
Hahaha! You didn’t knows the nose shot would get you. It’s a little like the Spanish Inquisition. You never expect a nose you kown.
That dragonfly was amazing. The bird shots were unbelievable . Thanks for sharing so much of your photographs. Big hugs, Joni
You are very welcome. Scott and I both really enjoy looking at your work together. Have a great fourth. ❤️
Thank you Tim! Always a joy to visit!
Good choice on an alternate set of acronyms. Thanks, Resa.
Thanks for he pics, Tim.
That bunny is a heart breaker!
Wonderful BSDP photos Tim …