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Some Creatures Great And Small. June 8, 2011

Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature.
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Looking over my photos of the last few days, I realized I had several animal (or animal-related) shots which might work as one post, so… here goes!

A beaver lodge up in Windsor, taken the day of the big storms (sorry, no beaver today!):

Mallards on a bit of open water nearby:

While we’re in a fowl mood, a family of geese in Williamstown:

That one was taken from atop my car, with the wind gusting so hard it very nearly blew me and my tripod off!

Here’s a doe in a field in Charlemont at day’s end:

…and a sweet little guy who plopped onto the hood of my car as I was bulling through low branches on a seldom-traveled old woods road:

Surprised me, I must say!  🙂

And lastly, a digression from the “wildlife” theme but kind of a nice photo without another place to be, here’s a horse in a pasture of buttercups in Williamstown:

It sometimes seems that image-worthy scenes present themselves in thematic clusters, but I suppose it’s more a mater of keying into one aspect of my surroundings and going with that flow.

Anyway, that’s all for now.

G’night.

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1. jomegat - June 8, 2011

I like the snake the best! Cool.

2. littlebangtheory - June 9, 2011

j, I like that one too. 🙂

3. susan - June 9, 2011

Well, I’m quite fond of the horse eating buttercups. Then again, I’ve always found horses to be a romantic ideal of personal freedom.

The pictures are all very cool.

4. eileen - June 9, 2011

I’ve never seen a beaver lodge. Great photo of the snake. But the horse eating buttercups is very sweet.

Really nice set of photos, as always.

5. Frau Biergut - June 9, 2011

The photo of your windshield reminds me that we’ll have to renew our National Forest Parking stickers next week.

Tschuss!

6. littlebangtheory - June 9, 2011

Thanks, Ladies. And Frau B, I was thinking the same thing, except… Holy Cow, it’s next weekend already – I’m psyched!


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