My goodness, Cheryl. Those ladies look so much alike that if they were wearing the same clothes, I would think it's a trick of the camera. They're even wearing the same color lipstick!! No, I can't imagine another me. One is enough!! LOL
Barb, I'm glad you like the red and stars theme. I thought it'd be a fun look for Christmas.
Hi dear sisters and brother Les. I am so glad you all visited this thread to see this gorgeous fox and other pictures. I am also in awe, Lynn, that he can change colours to match his environment and the time of the year! Les, it's so good to see you here. I have loved Jane Goodall for such a long time. I think the primates she visits and works with instinctively know she loves them.
For whatever reason I have not visited this thread previously but I am so glad I did today! I certainly think the fox picture amazing but I am simply awed by the one with Jane Goodall. Thank you.
What a gorgeous fox, Cheryl. How miraculous is it that his fur changes color to protect him at all times?
Beautiful Artic Fox Cheryl!
I love the new theme with red stars
I feel exactly the same way, Lynn. Poor, scared little ones! I love the way the hands are encouraging them to bond.
I am going to make a tribute to Bella on my profile page but I haven't been able to stop crying for her and Tarra every time I think of what happened. It's too raw with me right now. For anyone who doesn't know what happened, Tarra's (elephant at Tennessee Elephant Sanctuary) friend, the dog named Bella, was killed by coyotes. They figure that Tarra carried Bella's body back close to the barn where they slept. I am mourning along with Tarra and so many others who enjoyed the miracle of their friendship.
What an awesome picture of the elephants, Cheryl. It's so poignant to see the two hands bringing the elephants' trunks together for the orpaned one to bond with another elephant. So beautiful it could make one cry. Thanks for posting that winner.
Hi there Judith and Barb -- good to see you both!
Judith, there are lots of coyotes not far from where I live too. People have to be really carefully about their pets because the coyotes will take them before you know it. I am a bit "off" coyotes right now because I am mourning the loss of Bella, the beautiful dog friend to Tarra the elephant at the Tennessee Elephant Sanctuary. I have cried a lot this week since I found out she was killed by coyotes.
It's really good to see you here!
Barb, it's so good to see you too! Glad you like the Rhino and bird - I think that's an amazing union of friendship. I'm not sure if the other picture is a cheetah or what... just says "feline." Sure is an intelligent looking fella.
HI Lynn, Cheryl and Mary!
I love the Rhino and bird!!! Adorable!
And a beautiful feline! Is this a cheetah?
I get National Geographic but sometimes forget to look. There are coyotes a block away from me now and I hope to see and photograph them soon. Their habitat is a landfill near a crappy creek
Lol. That's such a cute picture! You made me smile. I sure hope it's fixed soon, Lynn. Now I copy everything into Word - just in case.
I just posted a picture and it's not showing up!
I was quite taken with this picture and the write-up. When I look at him through the photographer's eyes, I feel as though he's looking right at me - and through me! Quite the experience, that's for sure!
What a fabulous picture, Cheryl. It's amazing that the leopard/cheetah allowed the photographer to get so close before warning him to back off.
Link to #2 thread (make sure you see that last pictures on #2):
From last thread:
You're welcome Lynn and Barb re Lynn's other group that teaches neat things. I will be going there again as soon as I can get a bit more time in my days.
"Lynn taught me how to do the stars in another one of her groups. It's really fun and relaxing. And there are other wonderful things to create that she teaches. Have a look when you get a moment."
Barb, I bet you are almost fully into your apartment by now. WHAT FUN to arrange everything just the way you want it. Sometimes it takes a few days to get used to your new place, especially when you wake up in the morning. But with your Baby and Beenie there, you'll feel at home in no time at all!