Any glimpse into the life of an animal quickens our own and makes it so much the larger and better in every way. ~ John Muir
As seems to be the standard for me lately, the following photos are not current. Most date back to late early autumn. I hope you enjoy them.
Beautiful Oona belongs to Frank's sister Lisa. She a Great Bernese Mountain Dog.
Thanksgiving activities proved to be too much for adorable Darwin who coped by snoozing on the laundry room floor.
There aren't too many little creatures cuter than a chipmunk. This guy is one of the regular visitors to Frank's back yard. He usually helps himself to sunflower seeds and peanuts but on this day, we had a special treat for him - pomegranate seeds.
Nom, nom, nom, pom.
That chipper isn't much bigger than the peanut.
In the park, this little guy scored a peanut for himself.
It looks like he wasn't going to take any chances that I might want it back.
I wasn't lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the creature who recently felled this tree but there are a number of places along the creek which show signs of a thriving beaver population.
It's been a while since this nearby log was an upright tree but it looks like a beaver was making a snack of its bark.
That's it for my creature feature. I'll have more photos for you in a few days.
And now, without further delay, here are the Posts of the Week. The icon below is yours for the taking if if your blog post is named as a POTW.
Pee Standing or Sitting?
at The Chubby Chatterbox
A Little-Know Fact About Aging
at To Behold the Beauty
at Mental Pause Mama
A GOOD READ
at House of Lime
at Friko's World
The Uncharted Journey
at Bossy Betty
JUST PLAIN GOOD
at From Roses to Rainbows
at Out on the Prairie
Thunder on the Mountain
at The World From My Window
at Long Hollow
at Comfort Spiral
at A Little Piece of Me
by Stacey Dawn
at Dawning Inspiration
at Writing in Faith
A Slow Day at the Winery
at Confessions of a Photography Addict
Recommended by: Daryl
He Didn't Know That I Was Behind Him...
at Moments in Time
Recommended by: Mage
at Cumberland Soundings
Recommended by: Daryl
We Go Skiing
by Growing Wild
at Growing Wilde on Waverly Lane
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