Saturday, September 12, 2015

Camera Critters

Handsome Lady Goose ...

Handsome Lady Goose ... smirking :)


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  1. Hello Andrea, your goose is cute. Love these shots. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy weekend! BTW, I try to keep the windows clean. Thanks for the comment.

  2. Hello there you cutie! Up close and lovely.

  3. I think it looks like Lady Goose has just had a bath Andrea.

  4. Your goose is handsome. They do get a little feisty when you bother them, but they are beautiful. I think tomorrow, Pogo and I are going to the park to check on our ducks and geese and all the other beautiful birds on the pond. Our weather these couple of days is awesome!

    It's good to hear that Izzi is finally getting back to her old self. Everyone will feel so much better now. When our fur babies hurt, we all hurt. Pogo sends Izzi a woof and a few licks for good luck.

    Mr. Fat Rat is quite good at evading his captors. Monday I have to put in a call to the pest guy to have them come back. Mr Fat Rat has set up a new condo, so we'll have to point it out to the pest guy.

    Gosh, it's always something to keep things interesting around here. Have you noticed how much shorter the days are getting? We've lost more than three hours of daylight since July. Sad sad sad.

    Well, today I try out the new pressure cooker. Wish me luck. I've never used one before. I had to laugh. I went to the market with a long shopping list of things to get for several recipes I wanted to try out. One item was a four pound pot roast. I found one and got sticker shock at the price tag. Are you kidding me? Almost ten dollars a pound!!! I don't think Pogo and I need a pot roast dinner just yet. Maybe later when I figure out how to size the recipes down to just two servings.

    Today I will attempt to make a beef stew in this marvelous new machine. At least it is a beautiful green color, so I'll be cheerful all the while I'm cooking. haha.

    I'm off now to find something tasty for Pogo's lunch. You and Izzi have a wonderful weekend. Hugs, Edna B.

  5. That last one is a funny shot! I like it.

    One of the problems with the wet trousers for the Oystercatcher shots was that it was pretty cold, and there is not a huge amount south of the beach until you get to Antartica! But the coffee afterwards tasted great!!

    Cheers - Stewart Melbourne

  6. ha - it does look like a goose smirk!! I want to caption that shot so bad, but I can't think of anything! :)

  7. a white goose is unusual for me to see. :) She looks nice.