Friday, November 19, 2010

November 19, 2010-Three Foxes At Night

I took these on the 16th. Haven't been taking any pictures lately. Nothing new around. But I still love my foxes and wish them a safe winter. Hunting season for deer starts tomorrow. Hope I don't hear any gunshots. Makes me nervous.

Friday, November 12, 2010

November 12, 2010-Frosty Mornings-Foxes

It's been real frosty in the mornings lately but warms up during the day.

Our temperatures have been in the 50's and close to 60 the past few days. Real nice!
A pretty Black-Capped Chickadee. There are quite a few around now. And one of the BlueJays and a squirrel sitting in the tree.

An airplane that goes over a lot and the back woods.

One of the fox pups that was born this year. He's really healthy looking but today I noticed a strip of fur gone off his back side. Looks almost like a bullet sliced through it. Thank heavens he wasn't cut. I'm hearing gunshots off in the distance a lot now. Just hope I never see a wounded one again like last year. I'd rather have them shot dead on the spot than suffer like that.

Sitting on the edge of the bushes. There's a dog tied up in the yard next door. I think he was keeping an eye on it.

The sliver of the moon and the foxes just before dark and the sky after sunset. Tomorrow is going to be another beautiful day after another frosty night.

Sunday, November 7, 2010

November 6, 2010-Sunrise-Back Woods-Foxes

Haven't been taking too many pictures lately. It was too gloomy around here for a few days.

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Last Collages For October-2010

Gloomy end of the month. It snowed on Oct. 31st too! Mixed with rain sometimes. Nothing that stuck to the ground.

This squirrel was looking at me when the snow pellets were coming down. He looks pretty fat though. He will surely survive the winter! Unless I don't make it through my surgery on the 22nd. Then none of the critters will be getting food here any more.

Everything looked so gloomy and dark and bare. A couple of crows were sitting high up on the branches of this bare tree, checking out the situation.