Tuesday, November 18

And Winter Sets In

I awoke to a light dusting of snow and bitter cold (26 degrees). The same doe that comes several times a day, was under the persimmon tree, just waiting to see what the wind had knocked down for her pleasure. The movement in her jaw indicates she has found something.

Since we have been lax in our purchase of bird seed--I can't seem to get over the prices--they are helping themselves to the catfood. This unremorseful bandit has been caught on film!

No matter--It seems to have kept Lina amused and away from old man Thomas for a bit.

And my gargolyle-- high atop the bird feeders--seems to have captured the essence of today's snow. It was more of a nuisance than anything.

4 comments:

KathyR said...

Your poor gargoyle looks like he was hit upside the head.

(un)relaxeddad said...

Great pictures! I do so admire your back garden (though I'm not sure I could cope with all this wilderness personally, not being a driver)

Gwen said...

The bird on the bowl picture is really beautiful. I'd like to avoid looking at pictures with snow in them, just yet, however. Something about a river in Egypt ....

The End of Motherhood? said...

I miss winter.