Oh My! It's a bit hard to say who's watching who!
Lou, you are so right! He woke up me up from a little Nana nap! :)
Danale, thanks for stopping by.
Wow, you beat everyone else hands down for unexpected and exotic photos :)
Blue Sky.. one of the advantages of living in Africa! Not the greatest quality but it certainly grabs the attention!
oh wow! My little girl will be amazed when I show her this. We think its awesome when we see a Kookaburra out our window or a little gecko or something. This takes the cake!
Michele, I must find some more photos for your little girl. By the way... I love Kookaburra's. :)
I would LOVE to do nature study there!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Walking, you and Pamela are welcome here ANY time!
Lordy, what a sight. Trying to think what the equivalent would be in my rural english back garden..... A squirrel (and not even a native one, but one of these cheeky little grey ones who hitched a lift here in the 19th century...) x
Ah, but squirrels are really cute. The last time I was in the UK I was in raptures over a squirrel in the park and I spent ages watching him go about his business.
My your puppy has grown....and changed!!Wow, amazing photo!xx Jazzy
Jazzy ~ has he ever!!!! ;)rhemashope ~ I know... it does seem a little unreal! :)Thanks for stopping by. xx
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