Life in and out of the garden
Where did those come from? They're great!
Hey Ms. Luisa, thanks for stopping by and it's good to see you! Are you asking for the location of where I took the pictures?
Oh wow! The hummingbird is wondering what is up with those pesky butterflies.
Those quackers or honkers look so cold but a beautiful picture! The butterflies are so pretty. Well, no comment on the pink flamingos, Okay, I will say they made me giggle lol... How ironic, you were talking about the Globetrotters on Tina's Meadowlark posting and I mentioned seeing them at APSU as a child. I just went to the on-line home paper for my daily dose of hometown life and front page: Globetrotters playing at APSU!!! Wow, lets talk about hitting the lottery shall we?
Tina, thanks for you chat! I did not see the hummer! Had to go back and there it was bigger then Stuttgart! I must have been captivated by the beauty of the butterflies and yummy treats for them...
Lucky you on the fruit with the butterflies and hummer. I tried putting fruit out but only got yellow jackets, flies and ants.On the cute picture of the ducks, is that a frozen bush in the background or is that you jumping into the pond and creating a big splash?
What lovely pictures! (there. are you happy now? I commented since I "have nothing better to do" ;) )
Oooh the last photo with the flamingos is my favorite, although they're all really good. Those butterflies look huge!
I missed the hummer too, but that's probably because I don't have my contacts in yet. I definitely did not miss the pink flamingos. The one with the ducks, now? I'm curious about what does look like a splash. Does it represent a major breakthrough, getting "a successful blogger" to comment--only to be quacked at by an irritable, "green"-weary, old bird? Maybe my comments should be wordless at certain times, just emoticons.
Ms. Tina: As skittish as hummers are, you'd still think it'd not mind those harmless flutterbuys. Skeeter: I saw the Globetrotters once as a child also! And yes! "lets talk about hitting the lottery..." Flydragon: I wish this were my feeding tray and outdoor kitchen! I took the photo at a butterfly exhibit at the Cleveland Botanical Garden's last July. The ducks were photographed on a frozen pond at a local park here. The only thing not frozen was what you see, the pond's water fountain spray. Ms. Nikki: Thank you fellow Plurker! And I am quite happy you stopped by and commented. Ms. Fern: I love those "pink chickens" too. I need a new set for my yard. And those butterflies do look like giants next to that hummer.
W2W: I tried contacts several years ago and couldn't stand them! It felt like something was in my eye (which it was) and I couldn't get it out (which I did). Needless to say, that turned me against ever trying them again. Your self-deprecation is honorable, however I need no hebetude anywhere on my blog so please don't start using emoticons.
Hi TC, I am wearing my glasses, such as they are, and still didn't see the hummer until reading the comments. Thank goodness for comments, write? That W2W is a card, isn't she?FrancesSorry, I am a bit snarky today.
Ms. Frances: You're allowed to be snarky every now and again. I too get crotchety at times. ;~)
Nice finish with the pink flamingos. Classic!
Those are absolutely the greatest photos!Marnie
Ms. Monica: I like them too. They're so retro and also completely resistant to that Avian influenza virus. ;~)Ms. Marnie: Thank you so kindly. I'm glad you enjoyed them.
AMAZING photos. That first one is my favorite... but they are all really great!
Jen: Thanks! And another BIG THANKS for stopping by! I hope to see you more often. ;~)
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