Wild About Harry! UPDATE

Originally posted on The Scottie Chronicles – Winston's World:
2-1-17 HARRY UPDATE: From the Facebook page of the Aberdeen Scottish Terrier Rescue in Washington state, USA: UPDATE: We have received many applications now for Harry & it will take a little while to go through them. We value everyone’s patience & understanding while the…

Mallards in the Wild by L. Martel

Originally posted on swo8:
These are a 12″ x 16″ oil on canvas boards, painted in 1976 and they are called Mallards in the Wild. The two paintings go together and reveal the kind of country view where our family lived for many years. For compositions sake, one is suppose to do odd numbers. The…

Wild Water

Originally posted on My Life Lived Full:
I may be back in the frigid north, but my heart is still in the warm sunshine of Florida. It’s not going to be much of a surprise when I tell you that the two highlights of my short visit to the sunny south both involved water.  The first…

The Air Wild with Leaves

Originally posted on composerinthegarden:
Listen! The wind is rising, and the air is wild with leaves ~Humbert Wolfe Last week, a misty morning  turned the garden into a place of magic and mystery. A few days later, a wild wind carried winter in its arms and spun the color from the trees into the air. And then…

Wild Bird Photography–What A Malarkey

Originally posted on Say It With A Camera:
I’ve come to the conclusion that wild bird photography is not for me. Standing around or sitting in a cold hide waiting for something special to land on a branch long enough that you can photograph it. Take yesterday for instance. A bright sunny day, not much…

Wild Bird Wednesday: Mr. Peli is back

Originally posted on anotherdayinparadise:
  One lone pelican has arrived here for the winter. I guess he just flew faster than the rest of his mates. Last winter we had quite a few of these gorgeous birds roosting in the trees alongside our lake. I’m sure the rest of the pod are on their way.…

Tombstone, Arizona ~ The wild west comes to life for us

Originally posted on A Note From Abroad:
Monday, January 16th (Martin Luther King Day) ~ Tombstone, Arizona Boothill Grave Yard, Tombstone, Arizona A bit of a combination of tourist attraction and living museum, Tombstone certainly fills you up with facts and fiction about the wild, wild west. The town was inhabited with miners, cattlemen, gamblers,…

Wild Wednesday … Waiting For Fish

Originally posted on THE FORESTER ARTIST:
? ? Scanning the Sacramento River, this bald eagle is fishing for breakfast. I saw the eagle perched near the boat ramp scanning the river. I couldn’t get a clear picture that wasn’t full of branches. I slid down the bank next to the water. Slid being the operative…

Wild Turkeys in Early Winter

Originally posted on Nick's Nature Pics:
In the snow belt of the North, agricultural lands provide critical winter habitat for wild turkeys. Not just any corn field or weedy fence row will do however. These large birds  – one of the largest in North America – also need spacious areas with a mixture of grain fields; mature…

Hand Feeding Wild Birds

It is such a delight when a Chickadee trusts you enough to land on your hand to take seed. They are so light, like they are not even there. If you never did this, read on… Source: Hand Feeding Wild Birds

Black boots and the wild 

Originally posted on Tanushree Karmakar:
​I got my denims on the edge, With my sharpened attitude just in time. My black boots knocking the world stage, My red lips portrayed so fine.? I am not gonna wait while you talk, I won’t turn back at your call. I will abuse you, tease you, I will…

Wild dream ponies

Originally posted on Lucid Gypsy:
I’ve always loved this out of focus photo of Dartmoor ponies and I’ve posted it here before in black and white, but that was years ago. When I went hunting for it for Paula’s Thursday challenge, I found two more taken a few days earlier, it was a good year…

Chicken and Wild Rice Soup with Pineapple Currant Chutney

Originally posted on Foodie On Board:
Chicken and Wild Rice Soup with Pineapple Currant Chutney It’s soup season! And I have been busy auditioning recipe upon recipe, growing my list of stunning favourites! I have made a couple of “under-whelming” pots, but you are never going to see them here! My only goal is to…

Walk on the Wild Side

Originally posted on twobrownfeet:
You never know what you’ll discover on a walk. And, as you inch closer towards carpets of green and towering structures painted in brown, lurking in the shadows or behind a successful camouflage — are gems waiting to be found. It’s hard to ignore the anticipation in the air. It’s ripe…

Pantera In The Wild

Originally posted on Off Center & Not Even:
I really liked the Pantera when I first saw one in the early 1970’s. This one, that I photographed in a drive by leaving the parking lot from the vet’s listening to squalling cats in stereo, is in really good shape…    Continue reading at http://photos.tandlphotos.com/blog/2017/1/pantera-in-the-wild

Willfully Wild

Originally posted on Everything I Never Told You:
If you’re going to love, love wilfully and wildly, like a leaf on the wind soaring out, with abandon. Burn yourself through for passion. Make an altar of greater than. Praise longing and its insanity Love bold men, the ones like red umbrellas with strong wooden handles,…

Into the Wild (Sri Lanka)

Originally posted on Street Biter:
Actually, the german tv programm is torturing us with the tv show jungle camp and a lot of c, d, and maybe also z celebrities (peoples we have never seen or even heard before and hopefully will never see or hear again). The real jungle and wilderness is much more…

Wild strawberries with sour cream

Originally posted on Cooking Without Limits:
If you visit Romania, you need to come to Bucovina. Is situated in the northern part of the region of Moldova, bordering with Ukraine. We have amazing landscape, great food and hospitable people. One of the traditional food in Bucovina is Wild strawberries with sour cream. Some of the…

With wild abandon

Originally posted on Peace, Love and Patchouli:
Living this life in the moment running with the rushing wind it embraces me like a satin sheet of goodness with wild abandon I want to be this face smiling at the world, just being in this happy moment. I download my juju’s colorful candies just because it’s…

Something Wild About That Turkey

Originally posted on koolkosherkitchen:
Of all the silly infantile jokes, this one takes the cake (or a pumpkin pie, in this case): What did the turkey say when he saw a computer? “Google, google, google!” I guess that was a wild turkey who had never been introduced to a Publix freezer. But then, if we…

The Peace of Wild Things

Originally posted on Maverick Mist:
The Peace of Wild Things 
― Wendell Berry “When despair for the world grows in me and I wake in the night at the least sound in fear of what my life and my children’s lives may be, I go and lie down where the wood drake rests in his…

Wild Food

Originally posted on Our French Oasis:
It has long been my opinion that gathering wild food is good for the soul; it’s mentally stimulating, it boosts confidence and it’s intensely satisfying. Above all, it teaches everyone, especially our children, so much. Foraging in the forest, scavenging along hedgerows or digging in the tideline on the coast are all lessons…

Into the Wild

Originally posted on vanbytheriver:
There is a certain spirit that we all share that can be called “wanderlust.” It is why travel blogs are so very popular, the vicarious thrill. It was exciting to discover the word “Magyar” on the immigration papers of my grandparents. To me, it verified the gypsy blood in our veins.…

Adventure Awaits

Originally posted on Adventures of a Phone Photographer:
Adventure is all around you, from the trips you take with friends and family, to the little adventures you can have on a quiet day in your very own backyard.  (Trust me, I have been quite surprised at some of the things I’ve found very near where…

Kayaking adventure on paddles!

Originally posted on GirlandWorld:
Kayaking in India is no new concept. It’s thrill,adventure,rejuvenation of soul,connection to nature and liberation of self all packed in one kind of experience. White water Kayaking is certainly the most popular kayaking in India. This great adventurous sport which involves paddling of a Kayak into a bubbly,frothy and rapid whitewater river. Gosh!…

Adventure time at Disneyland Paris

Article Source : troughthepasturesofthesky.com Voici le deuxième article sur mon séjour de 3 jours à Disneyland Paris avec mes parents et ma soeur, avec des photos centrées sur Fontierland, Adventureland et Tomorrowland dans le parc Disney et quelques photos du parc Disney Studio. J’espère que cette deuxième partie vous plaira autant que la première. Une…

Andrew’s Adventure #6

Originally posted on Fab Writings:
His eyes glowed bright red as well, which were painful to look at. He slid a gleaming sword out of its sheath and I said, “Run!” We ran with our all might and hid behind a shelf. We just caught our breath when he reached us and roared, sword rose.…

Sole Story

Originally posted on Bespoke Traveler:
After thirteen years I am saying goodbye to one of my closest companions; one who has seen me through Europe’s cobbled streets, helped me trek the Inca Trail, and explored Angkor’s ruins with me. We met one mid-afternoon in London as I was limping up Carnaby Street, my finicky boot…

2017 Young Explorer’s Adventure Guide

Originally posted on Book to the Future:
Nature gets to eat its mistakes, but we have to live with ours Having forgotten about this review after the upheaval of last year’s end, I belatedly bring you this review, after a badly needed editing session. This latest anthology (and my first foray into the YEAG series)…

The Illusion of Rebellion and Adventure

Originally posted on Words on Serge Benhayon:
It was a hot summer’s evening when I settled down for another night alone on the beach. Alongside me were the few possessions I owned. I had no pillow so I would use a book. The blanket I used to cover me had seriously outlived its shelf life;…

The End of the Adventure 

Originally posted on Meg Sorick, Author/Artist:
Week 52 in the Year of Drinking Adventurously. Cremant d’Alsace. This weekend we say goodbye to 2016. Truly I say, good riddance. So much loss, so much upheaval, so much uncertainty. We enter 2017, carrying so much of that with us. And yet, the end of the old…

Mountaineer vs Worrywart: The Dilemma of Being an Adventure Couple

Article Source: tandemtrekking.com tandem trekking My mom, who will most definitely read this, is something of a worrywart. Which makes sense, I had to get it from somewhere, right? Yesterday I’m chatting with her on the phone and she inserts, “I’m really worried about your trip to Mexico.” Of course I knew she was really…

Hiring for Adventure!

Originally posted on Legends of Windemere:
Fellowship of the Ring Thank you for answering our Help Wanted ad. We have a big job coming up and one of our members isn’t able to join us.  What happened to your predecessor?  There was an incident with a dragon, two kegs of ale, the blacksmith’s daughter, and…

New Adventure

Originally posted on yuri rasin photography:
Today was a beginning of a new adventure. It has been coming for quite some time. I finally switched from my heavy Canon to a super compact, little trickster that is Fujifilm X70.  Before you roll your eyes and make quick assumptions that I suffer from G.A.S. I can…

Long Exposure of Circular Quay

Originally posted on Stupidity Hole:
Here’s a shot I took a couple of nights ago for Leanne Cole‘s Monochrome Madness. This one is themed, with the theme being “Reflections”. It gave me a good excuse to come back here with the tripod a few days after wandering through in the late afternoon / early evening. I…

Women Made of Fire by Vanessa Rivera de la Fuente

 This was going to be a post about my new life in South Africa; to say what it means for me the return to this country full of wonderful things to do, after an intense and grievous experience in 2015 that pushed me towards a totally introspective period in my life; I was willing to…

The power of hashtags (#) when you are a writer

Originally posted on Live to Write – Write to Live:
? We’ve talked about the power of tweeting before. Twitter, when harnessed, can provide important connections and fantastic advice from professionals and other writers. Twitter is often described as being like a stream of continuous information. But how does one navigate that which at times…

Bangkok (Not) Dangerous

Originally posted on Marge Goes Places:
Whoever believes that cheesy Nicholas Cage remake movie “Bangkok Dangerous” has never been to Manila. Despite that one particular scum of a taxi driver who managed to rip us off, we felt a lot safer in Bangkok and have not encountered anything close to being dangerous. Bangkok may be…

We Otta Be Ottahs~

Cuz life just floats by. Sea Otters live in close communities called rafts. Can you see the babies floating on their mamas? Hint: they are the brown fuzzy bumps with little faces resting on their mama’s bellies? (CLick to enlarge for better optics). Like all communities with time on their hands, gossip can be a…

A no-nonsense guide to getting over a breakup.

Originally posted on hannah brencher.:
Last summer, I went through a breakup that left me staring at my hands and wanting to loop the Wendy’s drive-thru over and over again until they restrained me from buying french fries. I sat on my couch with my nuggets in my lap and I called any person willing to listen…

An Open Letter to New WordPress Bloggers

Originally posted on Susie Lindau's Wild Ride:
Dear New WordPress Bloggers, Thank you so much for following my blog! I’m so glad you’ve decided to become a part of my blogging community. Or have you… A few of you left comments. You are so good at what you do! That’s exactly how you build…

Undercarriage Assembly

Article Source: blog.lostartpress.com Lost Art Press Gluing and wedging the legs into the seat is pretty easy if you don’t have stretchers between the legs. But there are still lots of opportunities to mess things up and get into a bind when you open the glue bottle. Here’s how I prepare for the glue up…

The Snowflake and the Fist

Originally posted on The Green Study:
Since I live in Minnesota, I find the term “snowflake” to be an innately irritating and overused bit. They all look the same at the end of my shovel. It’s generally used against liberals or basically anyone who disagrees with the person using it. It’s used as a way…

Day 2 – #Loveuary ❤ My Love For My Parents

Originally posted on But I Smile Anyway…:
Where would I be without my parents? My wonderful Pops and Mum? If it wasn’t for them, and their nurturing, I wouldn’t be who I am today. They taught me how to walk, talk, live and love. Their unwavering love for my brother and me, their faith in…