Funny thing is, the close up is bigger than the real nose. :)
They can be quite destructive. One chewed his way through an exterior wall into my pantry. Another one chewed his way down through the roof of the addition, got into the mudroom and couldn't figure out how to get out. When I interrupted him, he had gnawed part way through a mullion on the back door window trying to chew his way out. The exterminator was called, the resident beasts were dispatched and all holes were blocked up. They're cute but not when they're eating my house.
The uni or the fork? ;)
There are a lot of security cameras nearby... and there probably aren't too many people who can ride it!
At the wild bird sanctuary here near us. They save the injured and sick birds, rehab them and the ones that are able to take care of themselves are set free
He looks so soft and friendly
Reminds me of Holly who frequently sits staring at her toys waiting for me to play with her, or will fetch one to sleep with
Wonderful. Nothing quite like a real campfire is there
Is this an injured bird in captivity?
Looks so lush
Fabulous. I love this. So different from the normal "tourist snapshot" showing the whole statue.
Gorgeous. I really like that you have taken it portrait to get all of that beautiful sky and clouds in
Sure is amazing light. The feet and rocks look like they are cast in Gold. How very different to "leave feet behind" instead of just footprints
That must be quite a trick to ride. And it would've been gone even quicker here than where Narayani lives
Sounds like you have had enough of winter now, Meotzi. Yes this is a lovely shot, and it has been interesting for me to see all your winter shots and now as you guys move into Spring
Seriously good fun
How sweet. I absolutely agree with Narayani - absolutely timeless
Fascinating perspective! And wow, that water is so clear and beautiful.
haha. They do look a bit like rats when you see them close up. Why are they house-eating tree rats? Do they gnaw timber in your homes?
Beautiful. I feel like I can almost touch him
No, they are not.
House-eating tree rats.
and no pants
Great close up!
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