Thursday, June 16, 2011

Bokeh II .




How do you catch a squirrel?

Climb up a tree and act like a nut.



21 comments:

SquirrelQueen said...

Gorgeous photos but of course you know which one is my favorite. I really like the lighting on your last photo, the golden glow is beautiful.

Picturit said...

Love the Squirrel Sandra and the joke!

Betty Manousos@ Cut and Dry said...

wow! visiting your blog has made my day off to a great start!

amazing photos, great bokeh!!

betty

Chatty Crone said...

Your pictures are great - as usual. Can;t say I like squirrels, but I love the joke - will tell my grandson.

srp said...

Please.... let us not speak of squirrels!!!! If I cursed, I would curse them. If I had a pellet gun, well...
I have tried with the sling shot, but I am really not good at hitting anything with that. I planted joe pye weed for the butterflies yesterday, and yes, little digging holes next to it this morning. Blasted squirrels.

Remington said...

Amazing pics! Love the squirrel! They are some of my best friends!

Mama-Bug said...

Wow, just love that first photo! so glad you're back to your old self again.

Beyond My Garden said...

Hardee-har-har! While your other photos are pretty, I agree with squirrel queen about the last photo - divine.
nellie
ps I wrote about the havoc wrought by squirrels gone wild on my Saturday blog entry.
http://beyondmygarden.blogspot.com/2011/06/squirrels-just-want-to-have-fun.html
NEVER give a squirrel a beer.
nellie

Ginny said...

What ARE those berries, that's a beautiful shot! Somehow, the wetness makes them look marbled. I LOVE Mr. Squirrel with the purple flower at his feet, it's like you put him there to pose for you. Our squirrels are very unobliging and won't do anything we tell them. The light on those dried thingies is beautiful, I'm guessing they are dead and dried flowers?

Picturit said...

Sandra, thank you so much for your comment I am sad to hear about your boys and I hope their fortunes change in the future. Never give up hope my own prospects looked glum but out of the blue I received a lifeline. I do consider myself very fortunate. best wishes Kev

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Beautiful pictures.As for the squirrel catching,I act like a nut too often,but I do stay out of trees. LOL

S. Etole said...

fantastic photos ... the lighting is wonderful

Stacey Dawn said...

Do I have to climb up the tree to act like a nut? Can't I act like a nut at the bottom and hope the squirrel will come down to me??? hee hee

Debbie @ Swampbilly Ranch said...

I love the photo with the squirrel and the flowers. It reminds me of the old retro Easter cards. Oops. I'm showing my age, aren't I?

*The Old Geezer said...

I once tried climbing up a tree and acting like a nut and I still couldn't catch one of those furry little boogers! They're fast! :-)

Deb said...

awesome photos....

Angela said...

Beautiful! Just beautiful!

Hugs,
Angela

Kilauea Poetry said...

I love them all..the red berries and the pretty contrast of warm soft brown grass. That gorgeous shot of the squirrel is framed!! The purple flower is it's beauty mark! Fantastic!

Ann said...

great pictures. That second one is my favorite, I love the colors in it. They are all fabulous though

Lisa RedWillow said...

Beautiful. Just beautiful

Krista said...

How do you catch a unique squirrel?

U-neek up on him!

How do you catch a tame squirrel?

Tame way!

;o)