Howling at the Moon

When my camera saw this, I chuckled.

It seemed this otter thought he was a canine howling at the moon.

Have you ever howled at the moon?

If so, did it make you feel better? 

otter-howl-at-moon

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Monarch Caterpillar

High on my list of fun things to photograph are butterflies.

Sometimes, I go out looking for them before they arrive.

Instead, I find caterpillars.

I wonder if they have a clue about what their future holds.

It is a remarkable transformation process. 

caterpillar-monarch

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Waterfall Delights the Senses

I’ve always liked the way a photo can capture a waterfall.

I look at this and remember the sound of the water splashing, the sight of the sunlight dancing off the water droplets, and the smell of the damp rock.

Waterfalls delight my senses.

For a bonus, I got to see a charming sculpture of a boy sitting on the rock.

Overall, this was a pleasant photo outing. 

waterfall-senses

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Profile in Blue

Here’s what the peacock said through my camera,

“You must admit, I am one fine-looking  bird.

My fancy head dress is called a crest.” 

peacock-profile

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Scratch My Back

This photo reminds me of the frustration of not being able to reach an itchy spot on my back.

It would be nice if someone was always there to scratch my back. 

elk-itchy

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How Rude!

To me, this expression appears rude.

In other cultures, it is a sign of respect, a war chant preceding battle, a sign of ferocity, or simple silliness. 

otter-rude

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Let’s Snuggle

Do you like to snuggle up with someone, eat some popcorn, and watch a movie?

That’s what our zebra friend wants to do, but he can’t get anyone to join him. 

zebra-snuggle

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