The other week, I did a little wandering about, with no intention of taking pictures. But since I almost always have my camera with me in my purse (one of many “essentials” that means I carry a pretty big purse).
Photo number one.
Maybe because it’s the only time I turned my camera skyward on this walk, but every time I see this picture, I think a small “wow.”
I’ll say it again. I love “the path/road” ahead shots. I love the colors, trees, and the way the path bends off to the right in the far distance.
This drew my attention because when I first saw it, the squirrel had his head in the cylinder and seemed to be having trouble getting it out. I was afraid the cylinder was a metal can, so even though he got his head out and started hopping away as I neared (don’t ask what I would have done if he’d still been stuck when I got up to him…), I went over to throw the can away. When I got up to it, it turned out that the “can” was actually an open cylinder shaped-piece of very thin tree bark. So, I wasn’t entirely sure if the squirrel was actually “stuck” in it or had his head in there for another reason (if there was something yummy inside). I decided to throw it out anyway, just in case. I wondered if the squirrel would chase after me to fight me for his bark, but he did not!
And those are my stories.
Have a great weekend. Hope you have skies like in photo number 1 (with or without the clouds, your choice)!