Trying my hand at many types of crafty techniques. I enjoy altering, stamping, coloring, etching, and even some metal stamping from time to time..... Darla G
The Owl is one of a pair that live in Ms. Doris' backyard. As many lizards (anoles) as we have I have never seen one pull the shedding skin off with their mouth, look close. The red admiral butterfly flew around our front porch for several hours on Monday, we so enjoyed his visit.
I am never quick enough to catch the butterflies!Love the critters around your place!
What a pretty owl. I noticed the owl rocks down further on your page. I would love those too(-: Looks like things are blooming in your garden!(-: Happy Spring!!!
How fun to see an owl! And a butterfly is always good to see. But that lizard shedding its skin is kind of icky. I'm so glad our skin comes off a little at a time! I wonder if it itches when it comes off like that.
Great photos!!! We have lots of anoles, but haven't seen any shedding their skin. Great owl picture too!!!
I love all these little visitors in the garden. Great shots, Darla!...Christine
Darla! I’m so ashamed! Here I was thinking you were taking a break from blogging for some reason and you have a new blog! If you hadn’t mentioned the owl picture at Cindees’ Garden I never would have known.
You have a lovely blog. Thanks for visiting mine.
Way cool on the owl and red admiral. I just saw another red admiral on the Going Native blog. They seem to be in abundance this year!
Awesome picture of the owl.. I have never seen an owl --except in photos... I'm jealous!!!!! Beautiful butterfly also.How are you feeling? Prayers for you.Hugs,Betsy
Great creature photos.
How lucky to have a Barred Owl in your midst. He's a beauty. And the curious lizard, I have only seen snakes shed...cool. Love the Red Admiral...love Any butterfly.Thanks for stopping by. I have not been good at commenting lately. We have been spoiled with early nice weather, even tho we have had snow and rain this week. All is good.Sorry to read of the health issues...I'd swear we were sisters. Same aches, pains, and then some. I know MRI's only too well. That is not a good thing. Hope your Doc gets to the problem and can help you. Pain when we want to be gardening is a real issue. Prayers. Your garden is already so very lovely.BlessYourHeart
Is that a owl? A real owl, oh how lucky you are to see that. And the lizard, which might be dinner for the owl, and the butterfly which might be dinner for the lizard...Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams
wow - the colours of the butterfly are gorgeous. Love the owl photo too - beautiful! *smiles* ~Jen
I have an owl that hoots every night and sometimes another joins in. I can count on those hoots. Wow look at that lizard. The butterfly is pretty.
We rarely see owls but do hear them. All the toads seem to have left us again. Me thinks the owl gets them at night.... Anoles are the neatest lizards in town! I love how they change colors and everyone that sees them for the first time get such a kick out of them. We have seem them shedding but nothing such as you captured. Great luck....We have butterflies galore this year. Maybe because I have finally started to add spring bloomers to teh garden....
Your images are beautiful today on Fertilize Friday - I'm looking forward to your shares into Summer!Happy Growing Sweet Darla!
the second pic is stunning :)
Wonderful to be surrounded by such amazing creatures and for them to hold still long enough for photos!
That owl is way cool. They're such majestic birds. Your other critters are cool too. Nice job capturing them.
Oh, WOW! You got a picture of your owl!!Wish I could get a shot of the one I hear every night from across our pasture.
In the garden different types animal in the garden there are nice and attractive and beautiful also we can be enjoy it it in this garden. Mostly are visiting in this garden and enjoy it.
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