Our World Tuesday: Wild Neighbors



From July 9, 2012
Mother and child were grazing in the meadow out front the other morning. They saw us the way nobody buzzing along in their automobiles ever does. They seemed to pause for the photo before they moseyed along. It was great.
From July 10, 2012
This little lady was waiting for her flamboyant sweetheart in his red suit of feathers to pop out of the bushes, but he was playing hard to get, so she moved along.
From July 10, 2012
Back at the beach, we discovered a second turtle nest that had previously been discovered by the folks who make sure these things stay as safe as they can be. 
From July 9, 2012
I love morning and all the promise they hold. Golden and delightful.
Our World Tuesday

Comments

  1. I like the idea of mornings and all the promise they hold...great photos

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  2. I can only echo what Lin has written -- I feel the same way! Beautiful captures for the day, Sandy! Have a great week!

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  3. The morning light is lovely, and I adore the peacefulness I feel as I view these photos.

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  4. So lucky. We didn't see any wild animals except for a rabbit when we got home lol

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  5. WOW Sandy, love em all, but the pier shot is super.

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  6. A wonderful morning walk. It's really true how much more a person sees on a quiet walk....

    Love the oat grass in the last photo too -- I fell in love with it when we drove up the Atlantic Coast a couple of years ago.

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  7. Such gorgeous neighbours you're having, mother and child, so sweet! :)

    It seem like the sign is standing quite solid now.. :))

    and the last photo, spectacular photo! what a lovely sea, beach and bridge!! =) I have seen the bridge and the beach before in your blog and I think its soooo beautiful! :)

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  8. Wonderful, I'm not a superstitious guy but anytime I come across a deer it makes me feel something great just happened. Thanks to you and your previous posts I know what a marked turtle nest looks like.

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  9. These are all very beautiful shots and your words are always so good too. The deer were a treat to see.

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  10. Wonderful shots. I liked the way the nest is safeguarded.

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  11. Yes, mornings - the sunrise time is the best part of the day. :)

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  12. Anonymous1:53 AM

    You have the most wonderful neighbours!

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  13. I like the captured look on the face of the mother deer – it’s an "I see you" look if ever I saw one!

    I think any form of walk in the early morning is the best way to start the day.

    Stewart M - Australia

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  14. Great series!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  15. We saw several fawns this weekend too. They are so sweet with those little spots.

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  16. Beautiful pics Sandy! So peaceful and so uncomplicated!

    Hank

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  17. Enjoyed your photos!!
    Love the beach shots
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  18. You certainly have nice neighbors !!

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  19. What lovely photos. I like the one of the deer most of all.

    Hope all is well.

    Hugs, G

    www.mypoeticpath.wordpress.com

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  20. Love the reflection off the water in your last photo!

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  21. All sweet; the final shot could be looked at for years and remain fresh and exciting!


    Warm Aloha to you from Honolulu
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  22. Beautiful nature images.;) I agree with you on the sentiments of a morning.;)
    xoxo

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