March 16, 2014 — I truly hope you thought about reflections. Now say I — Just look for things of nature as you go out and about.

Look at the wing feathers - I think this guy likes having breakfast in bed -- A neighbor told me this morning that Mom brings  these guys about 3 squirrels per day!!  Really, I only saw one this morning

Look at the wing feathers – I think this guy likes having breakfast in bed — A neighbor told me this morning that Mom brings these guys about 3 squirrels per day!! Really, I only saw one this morning.

You like this waterfall - I expected to see a salmon jumping but, alas this fall was not out in the wilds at all -- It was at the shopping mall in Orlando, Fl

You like this waterfall – I expected to see a salmon jumping but, alas this fall was not out in the wilds at all — It was at the shopping mall in Orlando, Fl

I have nothing to say about this photo - except, i like it. Nature at it's finest!!!

I have nothing to say about this photo – except, i like it. Nature at it’s finest!!! Both real and reflected.

Saturday night on my way to take garbage out!

Saturday night on my way to take garbage out!

Sunday night - one half mile away - think it is a different one He was just out walking - I mean slivering.

Sunday night – one half mile away – think it is a different one He was just out walking – I mean slivering in the water.

Finally, in Florida wild hogs are all around and often dig up the golf course and some lawn as they search for food. They are some times trapped by the "authorities" and disappear - often wondered where they go - Now i know -- into the iCloud.

Finally, in Florida wild hogs are all around and often dig up the golf course and some lawns as they search for food. They are some times trapped by the “authorities” and disappear – Often wondered where they go – Now I know — into the iCloud of course!

Let's all cheer! Miss Heather says the snow is melting and the dogs no longer can just walk over the fence and escape into the neighborhood!

Let’s all cheer! Miss Heather says the snow is melting and the dogs no longer can just walk over the fence and escape into the neighborhood!

2 Comments

  1. can you tell us more about the snakes? I assume the shape of the head tells a lot, but isn’t the second one dangerous, then?

    • I think you are correct — It seems to me the second one is a Florida Pigmy Rattle snake – the first one and the one I photographed tonight were harmless Florida water snakes – But I did not stick my hand in front of their nose to test my theory!!! Toonight the baby owls were hopping/flying from branch to branch around their nest – may be the madden flight will be tomorrow???

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