March 9, 2011

Wordless Wednesday ~ Anticipation and Homecoming!

Anticipation...
 
 
and Homecoming!

19 comments:

  1. Love it. ANTICIPATION was my word for today, too (Hope Grows post). I was at a client's today and her son had a little anole just sitting on his hand! I was amazed. Thanks for your sweet comment on my post-surgery post. It is a privilege and a blessing to pray for each other, isn't it? Thank you for your prayers. Remembering you in mine :-)

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  2. What a beautiful colored lizard, we don't have that kind of lizards. I don't like them so much but that is gorgeous or should I say handsome:)

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  3. Hi Cat - a fantastic combo and nicely entitled. Love the streamlined similarity between them not to mention all that detail. Up to your usual superb shot standards :)
    Laura

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  4. I haven't seen my anole lizards yet, but it won't be long.

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  5. You captured the colors of the lizard perfectly! We have them all over here.

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  6. I love that you can see the tiny hairs on the columbine. Great shot.
    I saw my yard's first 2011 lizard a few weeks ago. It was still chilly out so I was able to get a good at him while he sunbathed.

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  7. What a gorgeous lizard! It's fun to have something to look forward to.

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  8. What a glorious flower bud. Your green friend looks as if he harbours suspicions. Of what, who can tell.

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  9. Beautiful photography. I love the light in the first picture.

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  10. I see you have some helpful garden friends to keep the bug population down. Spring to me is "anticipation!" Enjoy your spring weather! Ours will be coming in another month or two...so the anticipation continues!

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  11. The columbine looks like a jester with hat. The anole has some beautiful blue eyecoloring. Lovely perspectives.

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  12. Hi Cat, wonderful photos as usual. I love the composition and details.

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  13. oh I love those anoles. We don't have anything similar here in the north but I remember travelling to Indonesia once and finding little critters like this in my luggage. I think they're quite delightful.

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  14. Such amazing photos. I always stare at columbine buds because they are so amazing. You must think so too.

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  15. Great set of images yet again, Cat. The lighting in the first picture is great.

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  16. Look at how absolutely perfectly beautiful that little creature is. Love the blog, first time here.

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  17. Your sunlit flowers are stunning in this and the previous post. And what a handsome long nosed green fellow! I love the blush of turquoise around his dark eye.

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  18. Thank you all for commenting. The green anole is making himself comfortable and making the garden his home! The columbine are blooming now and much is coming alive! Yippee!

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Piglet sidled up to Pooh from behind.
"Pooh!" he whispered.
"Yes, Piglet?"
"Nothing," said Piglet, taking Pooh's paw. "I just wanted to be sure of you."
~A.A. Milne

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