Friday Finds

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Today’s Flashback Photo

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4 Responses to Friday Finds

  1. Mary S. says:

    It almost seems a miracle to me when it’s possible to see the sun, round, full of fire through clouds; and you’ve caught it perfectly! The rising sun! An amazing sight.
    The pup fox doesn’t know how dangerous it can be to cross the road in the hazy morning. Oh, little fox, be careful. And the pup doesn’t seem scared of humans either in your pic of the women taking his/her picture; the pup seems willing to pose: Do you want me sitting or standing? MCS

    • Grampy says:

      Mary S,
      It was foggy as well and that helped with the sun. I don’t use filters or anything. Two and possibly three pups have been killed on the road. Two roads close by. The one that crossed the dam by where they live has a lot of traffic in the early morning with folks going to work and although the speed limit is 25 of course some go twice that fast. The fox pups are really curious. They jump up and grab at flying insects pick up all the human junk left behind like an old glove, piece of plastic, styrofoam and play with it like a dog pup would. That one did seem to pose for those gals.

  2. That was a beautiful sunrise but that fox better hurry up and learn what a road is. And what a person is. I’m surprised they aren’t more afraid of people!
    Your zinnias are doing a fine job of calling in butterflies of all kinds.
    Great shots of the raccoon and hummingbird!

    • Grampy says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      The two pups last year did not seem to have that much fear of humans. The parents did last year, they would head for the woods whenever they saw you. The one pup from last year has a white hind leg. It was one of the parents this year and still is not very skittish, but does not come as close as it did last year. Not many large butterflies yet on the zinnias but that is normal. Usually get more when it gets hot, hot the end of July and August. Thank You.

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