Saturday, May 11, 2013

Saturday Morning Post


This week is a wrap!


Yum!


Sauntering......


Chickadee checking me out.


There are a couple of these gazebos at the park.


Garden owl...


'William and Mary' (lungwort)


West of Halifax.


Playing in town now.


He looks happy!


Billboards can be distracting....in a good way.





27 comments:

  1. What a fun collection of photos! Billboards aren't allowed in our county, or the neighboring ones, and while I'm okay with that, I do miss the cheeky ads!

    I hope you're doing well, and I hope you have a good weekend!!

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    1. I truly wish it was the same here Kim. But along this strip near the bridge they have taken over!!

      We are well here and looking forward to the good weather and gardening!!

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  2. I don't see billboards anymore living rural-these were fun choices-Happy Saturday

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    1. I don't really like seeing them....they can be a real eye-sore and look out of place anywhere. But, they are there to photograph.
      Have a great week ahead Kathy.

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  3. I see East Dover is west of Halifax. I guess it's east of Dover.

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    1. Such a smart fella!! And you would be right Mitchel Block!!

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  4. Good morning Jim--
    I love you eclectic group of images--- especially you and the chickadee! The farmer billboard is totally fab!!

    Another blessed week-- I love that you and Ron seem to make the most of every moment--

    Vicki

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    1. Hi Vicki! Good to see you!! We do our best to do so.....so much to see and do.
      Have a great week.

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  5. Great roundup of photos, Jim! Don't you just love those silly and friendly little chickadees? And isn't there always - ALWAYS - something to photograph?

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    1. Sure is Martha....as you well know!

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  6. Yes! Ron and Mr. Orangie, LOL! And I must say, "William and Mary" is a much nicer name for that beautiful plant than *shudder* "lungwort."

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    1. LOL, about the plant's name! It was funny when you mentioned Ron and Mr.Orangie the other day!!It (the shot) was already taken!!lol

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  7. Always ready with that camera. And always capturing the fun. You have a way of making the ordinary look amazing.

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    1. Yes, Ron is pretty ordinary alright!! lol Couldn't resist!!
      Thanks Stew.

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  8. Fun shots, Jim. The caption 'sauntering' fits that second shot so well!

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    1. So relaxed it is, Pat. Thanks, it was a 'fun shoot'!

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  9. Lovely mix of shots Jim... I'm liking the faded red gazebo roofline especially.

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    1. Isn't that roof nice Craig! Love the colour too.

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  10. Great round up of the week in photos! X

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    1. Hi Lyn! So good to see you! Your 'round up'/tour was very good with all those incredible photos of the countryside....and cakes!!

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  11. Next thing you know, Ron will be diving into the ocean after Mr. Orangie!
    Our birds are pretty flighty. I'd love to have one hand feed.

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    1. LOL! I had better keep an eye on him! Thanks for the heads up!!

      These birds are tame at home too...will come down to your hand with a little encouraging.

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  12. Wonderful shot of the bird sitting on your hand!

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    1. They (chickadees) are so tame and trusting, Fiona.

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  13. Hi Jim! If you think I'm losing my mind, it's Blogger's fault. So I found this post, and maybe Eclectic Tastes is hanging out somewhere too! Loved the shot of Ron and Mr. Orangie! And thanks for showing me what is under the red roof! I rarely see chickadees here. :( They are so sweet. Have a happy Sunday!

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  14. Jim - I almost thought that was snow on the roof of the gazebo! (Yes - I'm biting my tongue. Surely I'm the only one who still has snow.) I bet Sophie doesn't want her orange ball eaten - get a scone!

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    1. LOL! I really think we can safely say that snow is history for this year Barb....at least around here!! Maybe I should recant that....
      That is a great idea......scones!!!

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