Thursday, September 6, 2012

green, pink, yellow and brown













it's amazing what you can find in your
very own backyard!

i hope this weekend offers you lots of time
to enjoy the beautiful things around you!
xox




13 comments:

Jeanette said...

Lori, Simply beautiful photos! What a sweet, little fox - they are just adorable. Thanks for sharing a lovely touch of nature! Hope your weekend is splendidly enchanting and full of chocolatey goodness!!! Enjoy. Hugs, Jeanette

wv said...

thanks for capturing the fox so well! XXX

Mary Walker Designs said...

That must have been such a surprise seeing the coyote/fox resting there.

Mary said...

So true, if we just open our eyes!
Thank you Lori, for both the beauty and for the reminder to slow and look!

xxoo

Julie S. said...

What a great idea to take a moment to SEE what's around you. Have to 'fess up though...the grasshopper gave me the heebie jeebies! ;)

Createology said...

Lovely to see that you enjoyed your surroundings. Amazing what is actually right before our eyes. Lovely weekend dear...

Margaret said...

Fabulous photos, Lori. Love the one with the cricket

Margaret xx

Christine said...

Great photos! I am amazed that you were able to capture a photo the little fox with out him running away! Thank you for sharing!

mhegan kate said...

It really is a shock to find interesting subjects for photography in you backyard. We are always capturing shots away from home while we can do it in our backyard. This really ironic. lol
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aimee said...

you are so lucky -- such beautiful findings! all we've had running through our back yard are two raccoons, a skunk and a possum (we've been trying to catch the skunk and wound up catching some other furry friends in the process!)

Beedeebabee said...

Lori, your photos are so beautiful. Is that little cutie a fox? Whatever it is, I wish I could find one in my backyard! xoxo :)

Amelia Haig said...
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Bridget said...

if you don't know the grasshopper is a lubber. It may be pretty but they eat everything in your yard crush them.

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