Where's my lunch?
as always love the photos.as always love the CUBE photos.as always want to visit Cuba...till then Ill live vicariously.
Good Beatles song and top pic, Leah.
Thanks so much, Carla. It's good to know my pics are appreciated.Thanks so much, David.
Maybe some day I will be able to visit Cuba.
Cool! Had to enlarge the photo to see the bird - he blends right in! (Or I really need to get my eyes checked....)
My first thought was "oookaay", then it was like... "there it is!" Very lovely shot Leah, he does a wonderful job of blending into his background.
Bag Lady, yes, he is tough to see there.Reb, if I didn't know he was there I'd never find him. Thanks.
The bird does blend in, makes it a wonderful photo, you get a surprise if you look closely enough.
Thanks so much, Messymimi.
I had to click on the enlargement (which I avoid doing because it takes a while to load) before I could find the bird, and even then it took me a bit. He's amazingly well camouflaged. Good shot.Mary Anne in Kentucky
He's a lovely critter. I always enlarge your photos. I know they're always worth the fuller view.
Thank you, Mary Anne. He does blend in.Hilary, thank you so much.
I'm still having a heck of a time seeing the woodpecker even after enlarging! I know it's definitely my eyes. How lucky you were to be in a gorgeous orchid garden!
You have been to some amazing places. Good eye you have too:)Hope you're weekend is going well...(sounds like we may get snow next week. Does that mean you will finish your book?;))
Wonderful - and so well camouflaged too!
Redbush, it's on the branch about halfway. Look for the red.Dawn, I am blessed to have travelled. Finished the rewrite the other day and ran off a hard copy for husband to read. Thanks for asking. I'm just deciding now which of my other manuscripts to tackle. Weekend's coming along nicely. You?Ladyfi, thanks.
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