I should be cleaning my house, but I’m working on this post instead. As Bucky cat said when asked to help fold note cards in today’s Get Fuzzy cartoon, “Sorry Robert, I’m not skilled in the ancient art of chore-igami…” So this might be the longest P365 post ever!
Oh, and you should go & check out Dr. M’s latest post if you haven’t already – he uses a lot of pictures that I didn’t use here.
Saturday, September 15th
Squirrel on a wire – and then NOT on a wire. I love how Dr. M captured him leaping into the tree.
Baby pumpkin! I think it looks like one of the Thompson Twins.
The hummingbirds have been so much fun to watch. I love these pictures of them on the wire, and then of course doing what they mostly do, which is eat.
Sunday, September 16th
More hummingbird pictures. I must say that Dr. M made an excellent choice with our hanging basket this year – they love the thing.
Dr. M was taking a picture of the vulture, but I’m including it because the sky is so beautiful.
Monday, September 17th
A series of pictures where animals stare at Dr. M.
Tuesday, September 18th
I had a friend at work French braid my hair – it lasted for a couple of hours before my slippery hair slid right out again.
Isn’t this the most gorgeous picture? I think it’s my second favorite of the week (my favorite is on Friday).
More animals staring at Dr. M. Heh.
Wednesday, September 19th
It was 38 degrees when I left for work on Wednesday. 38!! Rude!
More signs of fall & the gorgeous sky…
The feeders have been quite busy.
The lovely moon.
Thursday, September 20th
I gave blood today.
Sheep! [Please note the one staring at Dr. M]
Friday, September 21st
This squirrel is hilarious. He just stood there watching Dr. M take his picture.
I love this picture of a hawk…
But this is my favorite picture of the week – glorious!
Guard Burro staring at Dr. M.
Downy woodpecker next door.
I was doing my church lady duties by setting up the altar for Sunday. This is the cabinet with all the linens I have to use. Someday I really should do some research to find out what they all mean. I have a cheat sheet telling me what to do with them, but what is a purificator, exactly? Not to mention palls, corporals & lavabo towels…
Go to Sara’s blog here to see the blogs of all the other Project 365 participants. Have a great week!
Most of our photos are taken with a 12 megapixel Nikon D5000 DSLR, using a 55-200mm zoom lens. This is the camera that Dr. M takes with him most days. The Bug uses our new Nikon Coolpix S6200 most of the time. If you’re interested in which camera was used for a particular shot, just ask!