Wednesday, August 22, 2007

shed-scapes


Looking out back of the shed,there is some of my junk that I can't throw away.Beside the shed,a little visitor caught my attention when he was rustling the dry bamboo leaves,looking for some bug lunch.He must have been camera shy because instead of posing,he tried to hide under my canoe.Thanks for stopping by mysight.I'll try to share some more shed-scapes soon.

8 comments:

JoAnn-NL "Through my Dutch eyes" :) said...

Hi Carl,
Thanks for your nice :) comment today and YES I agree the world is all everywhere ' a kind of the same' but not better here or there... right?

I like you photo's again,"behind your shed" , very evr well done, don't trow away things you do not like to trow away! I don't like that either,

For example clothes form 20 years ago are now again in fashion haha!

Greetings from me:)

JAM said...

Looks like you have a patient friend next to the pine, to watch over your stuff.

All our junk that we can't throw away is taking up most of our garage.

Lavenderlady said...

Now that Tiki God is a sight to see...you could be on an island far far away.

ruth said...

It's cool that creatures come see you at your shed. How big is that guy? The live one.

Many thanks for your nice birthday wishes yesterday.

Anonymous said...

Love seeing your turtle, and the little stream, great shot. Your Mama.

Laura @ Laura Williams' Musings said...

Hi Carl,

That little turtle is too cute. You got a great shot of him


Thank you for stopping by my blog.

oldmanlincoln said...

I would give a lot to have any kind of turtle here but no such luck. We once had garter snakes but my dog we had them must have scared them away.

Thanks for visiting my blog, Carl. I appreciate it a lot.

Abraham Lincoln
Brookville Daily Photo

don said...

I like the brushy look of your woods and that observer beside the tree trunk. Keep us posted on the adventures of that turtle.