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Saturday, May 26, 2012

Lizards and Such


Do you see him?


I find our lizards to be beautiful and am grateful Clovis does not eat them.


Dracena in Cross Process Effect by PicMonkey.


The flower garden with an opaque effect that I cannot remember, do forgive me.
 I get lost in the wonder that is PicMonkey


Ghost Plant that the squirrels are eating. I have little good will for the squirrels. At first we could not decide what was eating the plant and Joe said I should stay up all night with my night vision goggles and figure it out.  We finally caught one without that extreme nonsense.


One last shot of the glorious pale pink poppies. They are almost finished blooming now. But they may take over the garden next year and then I will not have to plant anything else (if you believe that you are pretty). If you missed my other photo of them I planted one plant and now have about one hundred and fifty or perhaps two hundred.


joy and peace
Olive 




13 comments:

  1. Not sure I would like all your wildlife, but the lizard's are interesting. As always, love your photos. Have a great long weekend.

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  2. I can see him even though he's well camouflaged. Your photos are lovely.

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  3. awesome photos Olive- have to admit I am freaked out by lizards though. you make them even pretty!

    Karen

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  4. What wonderful photos. We have a LOT of cameleons in Florida...they are fun to watch. I'm loving Picmonkey, too!

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  5. Hi Olive... I just love your sweet little Lizard!... and I am happy Clovis does not bother them... all of your photos are so pretty!... wishing you, Joe, C.C., Clovis and Shelley a Happy Memorial Day weekend!... xoxo Julie Marie

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  6. Glad Clovis leaves the critters alone, there's a neighborhood cat that seems to think under my picnic table is the best spot for um... eating. So tired of the mess. Hope you're having a great weekend:@)

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  7. Poppies always remind me of The Wizard of Oz. I think that's what she fell asleep in a field of. Have a wonderful Memorial Day weekend. It's going to be a hot one here!

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  8. I do miss the lizards from Texas. Don't have them here...
    Brenda

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  9. We have those lizards too!
    I named them all Carl...don't know why but they look like a Carl!!
    Have a great weekend Olive!
    ♥'s
    Sherry

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  10. We have lizards but not pretty ones like that. Our chicken got one recently and it was a frenzy. Very funny to watch.

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  11. hahaaa...I love your cute personality, Olive. You think lizards are beautiful....awesome.

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  12. I'm as likely to have lizards in my garden as a monkey, but I like looking at yours! As a squirrel is presently residing in my walls, I think recipes for squirrel pie are in order. ~ Maureen

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  13. Ok I am trying picmonkey but how do I get a picture out of it when I am done? I am so challenged.

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