Thursday, October 25, 2007

What big eyes you have


The better to see you with, my dear!

The Christmas Village craft show is coming up and I've been busy busy busy.

See you soon...



...when there's time to get out and about.

12 comments:

pablo said...

Beautiful picture of that coyote! Almost makes me want to have one too.

Bobby said...

There were coyotes coming down into Washington, DC when I was living there. They came down through Rock Creek Park, and they'd get into the trash behind embassies and stuff. Believe it or not, you could follow the parks almost all the way into DC, and not even leave the woods.

Great pix!

mon@rch said...

Wow, I just love those photos! How did you capture the one with the coyote?

DeeMom said...

we have the turkeys for sure However the coyotes seems to be harder to get pictures of....but they are THERE

Ron Sullivan said...

The coyote looks smiley and optimistic and the turkeys have a certain haunted, hunted look. Must be coming on Thanksgiving!

Melinda said...

Just wanted to let you know that we've chosen your photo of the coyote as one of the top five October photos in our first "Creature of the Month" feature!

I saw a coyote for the first time the other morning. I'm so amazed that you got this picture! We hear them all the time (which I love), but they don't usually come around the house during the daylight hours.

Anyway, great photo and congratulations!

Rurality said...

Thanks y'all. These pics were taken by the game cam. Click the game cam label to see more photos taken this way. It's amazing what all goes on after dark. :)

We're at the craft show now... I hope I'll have more time to blog once it's over.

mountainmelody said...

Oh, I was down by Christmas Village last weekend but didn't realize you were there. Hope it's going well!

Michelle said...

That first photo is amazing. So cool to get that close.

lisa said...

As usual I LOVE the game cam pics! Have fun at the show! (Jewelweed seeds going out Friday, 11/9 BTW)

Anonymous said...

Sept. 2nd 2oo7 Calera, Alabama - and very much in the middle of town ......I was looking out my bedroom window and was shocked and terrified to see a coyote running through the field behind our house. My 5 yr old son was outside playing within 75 yards of it. We've only lived here a month (moved from a more rural area of the same town and never saw them there) and I had been hearing odd screams and howling at night. This confirms my suspisions but I thought they usually only come out at night. YIKES!!!

Anonymous said...

Sorry the last comment was dated wrong ---- Sept. 2nd 2008 ( I guess I was thinking about how long ago these comments had started).