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Great captures! The last one made me laugh.ReplyDelete
Yes, that is about as close as I wanted to get to a bear.Delete
Wow...that is cool!ReplyDelete
Love the chipmunkReplyDelete
The chipmunk is so cute. What is the non-chicken crossing the road?ReplyDelete
Not sure what the non-chicken is...a pheasant?Delete
Just googled a bit, it's some form of grouse.Delete
No identifying signs in the wild and wild animals are reluctant to introduce themselves. Thanks for the Googling.Delete
Beautifully composed shots. I love the fossil, and the last shot is funny and closes the seriesl like a story.ReplyDelete
Wow! I would love to drive around and have those sight.ReplyDelete
Happy Wordless Wednesday!
What beautiful spread of wild life ... amazing clicks DebReplyDelete
wow, that is some serious number of different animals. well captured. the fossil is a real piece of art and the last one made me smile.ReplyDelete
Very cool! :)ReplyDelete
How neat! That's quite the variety of wildlife!ReplyDelete
And I had to go to a zoo yesterday to see the same !!ReplyDelete
Wie schön! Ganz tolle Tieraufnahmen - ich mag sowas sehr gerne!ReplyDelete
Liebe Grüße, Marie
How wonderful! You saw some awesome critters. The fossils are so cool.ReplyDelete
That fossil is amazing!ReplyDelete
Wow! Those photos take me back...my family took a road trip when I was twelve, and we went through Wyoming, among other states, and I was especially drawn to the buffalo (or are they bison?). Thanks for sharing...and here's MY SATURDAY SNAPSHOT POSTReplyDelete
I loved the photos!ReplyDelete
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The last photo is a good one for a close up of a bear. Don't get that close to a real one! We have had a couple of injuries in Yellowstone Park to tourist who forget that animals are wild. I think that is a female pheasant too. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Your lovely photos made me want to go on a road trip. I enjoyed seeing the variety of animals you "captured," especially the fossilized fish. Fascinating.ReplyDelete
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Love the bear! How great to see so much wildlife in situ whilst on holidays.ReplyDelete
That's also a fantastic fossil specimen.
That is a good variety! I like the fossil very much. A great reminder of past.ReplyDelete
The fossil photo is my favourite. Love how it's mixed in with the rest, though I suppose when you said animals you didn't specify if they were alive or dead.ReplyDelete
- Linking over from Saturday Snapshots
What a great selection. I like the fossil a lot too.ReplyDelete
That's quite a variety of critters. :) Thanks for stopping by my link up at Life at Rossmont.ReplyDelete
Love the animal photos!ReplyDelete