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…