Wednesday, May 27, 2009

What is your favorite hobby?
















Mine is hiking and viewing wildlife. I'm fortunate live in a location where it is easy to do both. Here are few pictures...before we left in my back yard was this cute little fawn and mother.
( If you click on the picture it will enlarge)





At the refuge we saw numerous birds but it's so difficult to get pictures, here is one I was able to snap...a bobolink maybe?





Look at the size of the mushroom!





And how pretty is this wild bush? The best was viewing this guy on the way home!!





5 comments:

mythoughtsmyvoice said...

Oh Mary these are wonderful! Look at the huge mushroom! Also loving the pink flower amongst the greens. My fave? it that bear and the deer.

A sure nice place to live in. I don't get to see a deer nor a bear for that matter passing by :-( Oh well. Thanks for the sharing your wonderful day with us :-)

My hobby? Oh I'm such a bore. I do love to read. That is, if I get a hold of something that has a wonderful story or just simply a nice read for that matter :-)

Mizpah
Li

grannyann said...

Enjoyed looking at your pictures. I love seeing where others live and what they see out their back yard. Do you often have black bears close by or was that sort of unusual? Computing is sort of my hobby. I do work for my son and his many sites plus we have a town website and I do a lot of roving for pics around Enid. I love doing that. I also have a Kindle and enjoy reading when I have a few minutes.

Sandra~Romantique Inspirations~ said...

Hello Mary, You are so so fortunate to have all this. I have always wanted acreage to have animals roaming around all over the place and not to worry about hunters. However we do live in a area with lots of land surrounding us with no neighbors- love the privacy. The only things its not ours.

Have a Super Day-

Sandra~Romantique Inspirations~ said...

Hello Mary, You are so so fortunate to have all this. I have always wanted acreage to have animals roaming around all over the place and not to worry about hunters. However we do live in a area with lots of land surrounding us with no neighbors- love the privacy. The only thing its not ours.

Have a Super Day-

Martha said...

We love wildlife although the only wildlife that visits Linderhof gardens are the birds that we feed, the squirrels who want us to feed them, and a cat now and again (dog's job to make sure cat does not stay and eat the birds that we've fattened up).