I had a marvelous response from all of you on last week theme of nature animals. Thanks everyone you always amaze and delight me. I’m proud to announce our featured bloggers this week. Their posts really grabbed my attention. Please check out their posts and congratulate them. Maybe you will be chosen next week.
These are featured because they had turtles among their photos. There is a story behind it (see below featured this list of featured bloggers).
This next series of featured bloggers have water animals and birds which I simply adore.
Jaspa’s Journal – An orca whale.
Nola Roberts, Texas Heart – Seal and birds.
Katarina Wohlfart – Pelicans.
Me and Turtles: First you have to know that I am a total animal lover. I will walk up to most anything and get nose to nose with it. Reindeer, llamas, alpacas, cats, dogs, lizards are all friends of mine. Let me set the scene. We just moved to our 35-acre ranch on the desert plains of Colorado, US. We had scrub brush and yuccas galore. In the summer our land was alive with quail and small cute little turtles. Unfortunately, I was unable to see our ranch come to life int he spring because I was in the hospital for over 4 months. I had just gotten home and was still unable to move. I could move my arms and sit up by myself somewhat, but standing and walking was only a dream. Chris was so excited to show me these cute little turtles. She found one and put it in a casserole dish so I could get up close to it. I saw this harmless little turtle try to climb out of the dish and it scared me. I felt helpless because I couldn’t get away. Chris was in shock that she had to take the poor little thing away from me. I need to make peace with turtles. I would love to spend some time with them now. I’ve not a turtle seen since then.
Mother Earth Series
This current series is all about our glorious mother earth and nature. I hope you have a lot of fun finding nature animals for this week. I’m anxious to see what you all come up with. You may have noticed that I added Floral Macros to this series, it was suggested by Serendipty. I’m also writing a two part series on my Tips and Tricks specifically for floral macros, my first post was last Friday.
- Leaves and Trees
- Nature Animals
- Ground: rocks, sand, dirt, paths, walks, trails
- Water: puddles, rivers, lakes
- Floral Macros
The Next Series – Geometry
- Things with Edges
- Cooked & Squiggly Lines
- Straight Lines
- Squares and Angles
- Circles and Curves
How It Works?
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