You are going to have an incensed squirrel around soon, I think. The one that likes our house gives me the stink-eye any time I touch the lemon tree pot, a favorite stashing spot. We remove at least 10 oak seedlings from that pot every year.
Wished I had a camera yesterday when I was bicycling up a street about a mile from my house and noticed a parked car with its hood up, and a bucket sitting on the pavement in front of it. I glanced over as I passed, and circled back for a better look—every bit of space under the hood was filled with black walnuts.
The bucket on the pavement was about half full of them; it looked as though the owner had started to remove them, realized that it was a bigger task than they had at first thought, and gone to have a beer.
(If I ever get a cell phone, it will be primarily to be able to post pictures here…)
What? I’ve got two of those.
Emergency eyewash station. Of course the one person who NEEDS to read the sign is the same person who CANNOT read the sign!
Our kids do self-driven phonetic spelling for now, and my enjoyment of this may be mostly parent-goggles, but this one was specially choice:
I know Hans. Do not shake him.
Thanks for sharing that!
Some kind of heavy equipment about to be lifted off from a transport trailer for the construction site.
Boat shed leaned over as a result of one rotten piling. Thought it looked like the shed bent the pier too. It didn’t.
what? I’ve seen worse.
10/10 would fish under there, just maybe not dock my boat under it.
it is a nice pic, what with the play of angles.
eta: yeah, that whole thing is coming down…
It’s just scratching its back, like a bear would.
I’d never seen a Porcelain Vine before and didn’t know what it was, but was so taken with the color palette of the berries I did whole shoot and video on a walk with my 3yo. Some select shots below:
It looks like candies.