05 October 2007

critters (yes, again)...

...on the end of a fishing line (not kidding!)...
"eye" see you!...
in my sink...
on our dock...

in our cast net (what is this thing???)...
on our beach...
in my face...

on our posts...
in our yard...
in our cooler...
on Big Bro's thumb (his "green thumb"...haha!)...
in our trees (yes, that is a bald eagle)... (no critters were harmed in the photographing of this post...excepting the shrimp, which we later ate!)

19 comments:

sognatrice said...

You are surrounded by wildlife! P is going to be so impressed when I show him the bald eagle :)

Karen Cole said...

I'll have to show you my critters one of these days.

Lucky you eating your delicious shrimp!!. I have friends that have a house at Holden Beach. Boy did we ever eat up the shrimp!!!

Yes, it was great meeting some blogging friends. Next year in Italy!

AnnieElf said...

omg, i want to live where you live. the only critter we have in common is the dove.

thank you for visiting yesterday. i spoke with george's mother today. deeply sad time. prognosis extremely poor. my heart is breaking and a poem is bursting out.

bermudabluez said...

I like your critters a WHOLE bunch more than mine!!!! They are SOOOOOO much better than snakes!!

Frances said...

Bald Eagles hanging out just like that - too cool.
Great photolog.
Take care,
Frances

andrena said...

gorgeous photos! thank you for stopping by my spot! btw...how did you make the shrimp?

Shan said...

Wow! Those pictures are amazing. Although I have to admit the snake one creeped me out....... a lot.

rochambeau said...

Oh...... you are so lucky!! To have so many of the beautiful creatures living with and amongst you.

Hope you and your family is havinig a great weekend!!


Constance

Leslie said...

Those are wonderful pictures! And I echo the concensus: you are lucky to live surrounded by so much awesome wildlife!

baby girl said...

i cannot belive that you guys ahd a bald eagle out there, and the pic with the anole is so beautiful!! i love love love this post!!!!

Christine said...

These are great! I once had a chance to pet a live sting ray at an aquarioum. The skin felt like velvet - amazing. How wonderful to life around so many wild creatures.

Britt-Arnhild said...

LOL. These photos are great. Thanks for sharing.

qualcosa di bello said...

sognatrice...inside & out!! what did P. think of the bald eagle?

karen...please do post your critters...they are so much fun to see.

annie...i want to live where i live too! i do love it here...

bermuda...i'm not really fond of snakes either...you have no idea of the courage it took to get that snake photo - i'm still shaking!

frances...believe it or not he is the very first one i have ever seen in the wild.

andrena...thank you! that night we marinated them in olive oil, mustard, tarragon & garlic, then skewered them for grilling. yum!

shan...the snake creeped me out too. i think i was screaming while taking the photo lol.

constance & leslie...i second your comments! tis true.

baby girl!!!...i wish you could have been home to see these awesome sights...you & K-Bug were both mia. love you!!

christine...yes, they do feel marvelous, except if you get too close to the tail...then you just go to the hospital!

britt arnhild...thank you & welcome home!!!

somepinkflowers said...

oh, i so love
how you have living things
all around you...


oh, i so love it *more*
that you stop to photograph them
for us to see...


:-)

isn't life grand!

i feel so accomplished
that i can name all
but one of those thingys...

Karina said...

You caught a stingray? Seriously? That's so cool!

These were great pictures, thanks for sharing!

qualcosa di bello said...

spf...one of my greatest blogging joys is having a place to share with all of you! :)

karina...actually big bro caught it, i just photograph.

somepinkflowers said...

PS--how ever did that *baby* get
in your sink?

i have been wondering...

:-)

Beckie said...

This is a great post - I love all the critters. However, you can keep the snake...

qualcosa di bello said...

spf...he is actually my daughter's hedge hog & he needed a bath!

beckie...really, i don't want him either! but he is of the harmless variety...whew!