Up Close And Personal With The Wild Animals

Guess what? No sunrise pictures this week 😀 Not that we didn’t have any sunrises, there just weren’t any spectacular sunrises this week.
So that of course raised the question of what to write about? It didn’t take more than a quick look through the pictures on my cell phone before I realized it was a week spent with wild animals.
Last Monday I spotted Barry Beaver on my morning walk, and while that isn’t unusual, that morning I was able to walk right up to him! I could hear him munching away on his tree branch and he wasn’t the least bit concerned that I was right in front of him taking pictures. The following pictures are grainy because I took them in very low light with my cell phone and had to play with them a bit to brighten them up.

A few days later we were visiting friends near by the park when the Mountain Sheep paid us all a visit, and they also came up nice and close.

Yesterday was another beach day and, since the park was filling up fast with visitors, we decided to go to a nearby beach about five minutes away.

While we were at the beach we were treated to a musical interlude by two Osprey. Again not a great picture because I took it with my cell phone … I really need to start taking my camera with me when we go out.

I hope you all have a great long weekend … and stay safe out there!

Until next time …

7 thoughts on “Up Close And Personal With The Wild Animals

  1. Your sheep photos look like 19th century paintings! Love them! I can’t tell you how many times I’ve wished I had my big camera with me when we were out and about. I love my cell phone, but it really can’t compare to a camera with a really long lens. On the other hand, I always have my phone with me. Anyway, fun photos and love the meme. So true.

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