Saturday, September 26, 2009
Friday, September 18, 2009
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
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Friday, September 11, 2009
Thursday, September 10, 2009
Kittins and Pups by maggerdoodle on Polyvore.com
I found this at Polyvore. What is Polyvore. A really creative site "where you can create different "sets" together virtually. its better and easier than looking at items seperately and trying to determine if they would go together or not."
Very user friendly and a lot of fun!
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
More of Barry's beauties! As you can tell he has one of my favorite wildlife photo collections. I love that he gives us the names of the birds. The color is incredible! See who's doing all the work, while the other one just sits and looks pretty!
Originally uploaded by bsouthj
This Osprey is another of Barry's photos from his flickr Photostream. I am forever amazed by these incredible birds. When you drive I4 from Tampa to Disney you can see ton's of nests on top of the light poles. I especially love watching them at my son's baseball games. They tend to love the light poles at the ball fields. I was so happy that this past year when our teams ball field was redone, they made sure they left a couple of the old poles that had nests on top.
This is from Barry's awesome Flickr Collection. He took a bunch of pictures while at the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge in southern New Jersey. Forsythe has over 43,000 acres of costal habitats that are actively protected and managed for migratery birds. Barry's photostream is full of animal and nature photos that I'm sure you'll enjoy!
Monday, September 7, 2009
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Tuesday, September 1, 2009
This is from the Cumbrae Sensory Trail, from the Isle of Greater Cumbrae. One of my Postcard buddies sent me a beautiful postcard. It's one of her Families favorite places. "It's a small Isle on the West Coast in the Firth of Clyde.". "You can cycle round the Isle in just over an hour". The website boasts about It being a trail for all seasons.
"The Cumbrae Sensory Trail can be enjoyed all year round, with the different seasons offering their own unique charm, from the seal colony in winter, to primroses and bluebells in spring, orchids and wild flowers in summer and a glorious display of colour in autumn. "