Great pics Clair. But, just look at what your idea started on my other post. ;)
For me "S" is for serenity and what could be more serene than playing with a butterfly?
In all honesty I cannot take credit for this photo. It is in fact a photo of me taken by my friend and companion Janet, who has now become my #1 photo student. Not bad for less than 9 weeks experience with a camera.
S Is For "SunsetÃ¢ÂÂ
These pictures were taken by my grand daughter in Southington, CT. last winter.
These pictures were taken with a Ã¢ÂÂCanon SX10 ISÃ¢ÂÂ camera.
Have A Nice Day
I like the snow and colorful sunrise in the last one!
"S" IS FOR SNAKES,, only in this instance they are not real...
While at the Magic Wings Butterfly Conservatory last week I ran across a huge S. American moth that has about an 8" wingspan.
They are nocturnal and spend their day hanging on a tree limb. What I found most interesting is the wing markings. If you look close, it looks as if their are two snakes looking in opposite directions.
Wow,,for reasons beyond my control it appears my Moth image was deleted so I will post it again...
S is for Spider on a sage bush (Mexican sage.)
Great!... awm this soap looks good!..is it hand made?
Spooky: Shot this a couple of weeks ago at LLBean in Freeport,Maine.
Sea Otters have the same problem as Koalas, they look like stuffed animals.
There were no River Otters to speak of in East Tennessee when I was growing up in the 50's and 60's. I've been told that a stocking program was started in the early 80's (I was gone then as a career Navy man). It must have worked because during the past year I've seen 3 as roadkill in widely separate locations.
Thought they were smarter than Possums.