Larry, Curley & Mo! These three baby racoon were very entertaining!
Flower gardening in Down East Maine.
I've been waiting for FOREVER for the valet...
This is Larry the Scarecrow, he lives in my front yard spreading joy throughout the neighborhood. In this photo, he's celebrating harvest time.
Here's Larry again, this time celebrating Labor Day and the American worker.
Twiggy and her chick
I was snapping shots of the patterns in the shadows on this pond, covered with Duckweed and didn't realize until I'd uploaded them to my computer, that a butterfly had fluttered past. Serendipity!
You gotta do what you gotta do when blooming season's over
This little guy never opened up, but I thought he was cute
...And I call that TRUE LOVE!!!
Yeah! Try to get me now!
Do you think my Peace Lily needs repotting?
Clematis with a strange twist
I have no comment...
It really looks like this jumping spider is jumping in this macro shot.
His head really was huge.
Aldabran tortoise, Dirk, at London Zoo in England.
Ocean Park HK
The Texture of wood....
I'd rather sniff yours
whatcha got in there?
A lovely specimen.
4th Of July
Jeepers Creepers, where'd you get those peepers?
Me in a few years!
A display of flags in commemoration of 9-11, photographed at the Palo Alto Cultural Center, CA, in September, 2011.
We face potential flooding, so we put our car itnto a plastic bag
This sunflower didn't want to be "fenced in"!
Ding dong!! The witch is dead!!
I see yellow ... and yellow ...
Weird the shadow of the bee on this Dahlia
Spider's artwork by night!
Adenium with a wedgie
This lily, just about to burst open, looks like a chicken head to me.
Juvenile Carolina Anole on a Curcuma blossom. This little one was about 1.5" long and gave me a start when I stuck my nose in for a sniff! Shown here, trying to escape, but not having much luck.
Reflection on paperweight
I was working in the garden and about to take a picture of one of my plants when I dropped the camera....
....when the camera hit the ground, it took this picture of me.
One of the strangest flowers in the garden. Dracunculus Vulgaris (Dragon Arum), smells like dead meat. It draws flies down its bulbous neck and turns them into fertilizer. Bloom lasts one day only.
The ant & the honey bee
My Poor Cold Tin Man
After a belly full of sunflower seeds , and 102 degrees outside, everyone needs a nice rest !
SHATTERED "HANGING BASKET" DREAMS!
This is The Australian Water Dragon's (Physignathus lesueurii) first view of the world.
A cave at Great Basin National Park.
Orchis looks like a man
Guess this little guy was enjoying my Johnny Jump Up's as much as I was!
This monkey stored his food in his cheek pouch so he can eat it later in a safer place.
SNOW MONSTER CREATED BY WIND AND SNOW ON BACK DECK!
I was doing spring cleanup in my garden when I saw this little Pine Siskin repeatedly go to patches of snow on the ground and stick its head underneath to drink the water as the snow melted.
I was walking past my basement bathroom when I noticed the flowers and blue sky outside the window created an interesting modern art effect.
This is ITALY'S greatest Invention. The Stone Fired Pizza Oven.
These clouds bore a very close resemblance to my Mother.
This is an unretouched photo that was taken in almost total darkness while experimenting with my camera settings. I took it right after I finished watching a program about paranormal events. I didn't see the "energy" nor the areas on the painting and wall Be sure to see the right side of the phot
Six feet of snow
Hannah is hiding up the slide at the park.. I put my arm and camera up and snapped and was able to capture this photo.
Waterbeetles for sale for consumption, Thailand
encounter in the garden
Not weird or funny. Think it falls in Misc.
Driving into town we pass these guys!
This bust sits in the garden. He never complains about the weather. Summer,fall,winter,or spring he is always enjoying whatever Mother Nature sends his way.
I was out walking my greyhound, Amazing Grace, one night before Christmas. There were 2 young girls that were petrified of dogs. By the end of the night, Amazing Grace was their best buddy. They invited her up to take a sneak peak @ Santa!
Somebody didn't wipe their DINGLEBERRY!! Caught accidentally while just taking pictures of silly old cows!!
Jellies at the Monterey Bay Aquarium
Seahorse at Monterey bay Aquarium
This is a new group of plants called Indian Pipe that I found in the mountains of western North Carolina.
I happened to be taking pictures of wildflowers when I saw something move out of the corner of my eye and saw these snakes all wrapped around each other. I didn't stick around to see what they would do! I don't know the type of snake that they are.
Remember that song.. Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head ??
Not easy being so small in this Great big World!
Rabbit pattern on a vegetables salad.
"Mildlife" in Our Garden
Buxom Beauties Bathing at the Atlanta Botanical Garden
Let me see what's going on at DG!
Come out here you varmint, I have a surprise for you!!!
Soft summer raindrops on thistle.
Thistle seed for the American Goldfinches.
The view of the clouds from the plane
Milk replacer, huh? Close enough!
Rocket Boat on San Francisco Bay ...
Sago w/ bunny ears...
A green anole in my garden, posing for the photo.
Is this a big enough smile?
Dried seaweed collected at Barn Island, Stonington CT at "supermoon" low tide March 20, 2011.
Seaweed left on beach at Barn Island, Stonington CT at "supermoon" low tide March 20, 2011.
Glass bottles for hair.No worry in the rain.
Gecko 1, Cockroach 0
This weird plant is Indian-pipe, Latin name "Monotropa uniflora". It grows in moist shady forests. Often mistaken for a fungus, it is a saprophyte. White because it contains no chlorophyll, it must link with other forest plants, via mycorrhiza in the soil, to share their nutrients.
Shadow of a wasp
A bumblebee checking out the spring blooms
Rock crushes scissors, Hawk covers squirrel.
A scrambled reflection of fall foliage of a sugar maple together with its surrounding structures at the Geddes Dam, Ann Arbor, Michigan. The reflection is in the tail race of the closed section of the dam.
A flipped reflection of the fall finery of the handsome sugar maple that sits atop the Geddes Dam over the Huron River, Ann Arbor. Taken October 7, 2011.Back to the contest main page.