Monday, December 10, 2007

2147 AD

This trio is from a story I did for a little special friend of mine. I`ll be seeing him during the next few days & hopefully I`ll be able to take a few shots of us. There`s a slew of other family members attached to this image.
In the header, Teri`s reef garden. She transplanted this complete garden when we moved & it is doing as well as my tank reefs.
Beyond the reef garden is an assortment of wacko shots from the past.
Over on Planet Earth, I mellowed things out a bit, from having spying monkeys, to having flying spunkeys.
Except for the blue one, which belongs to a friend, the babies presented are all ones that we rescued, raised & for the most part, released.
Enjoy the images, & hopefully it will make for a little break in your otherwise busy lives.
I hope the prying eyed monkey didn`t bother you all too much.
Have a great day.


AndiF said...

Will you take some pictures of the reef garden and post them some time -- it looks fascinating.

Nancy P said...

Head, what's the story on the sweet little finch (finch, yes?)? Did you rescue?

NDD said...

Hmm, 2147AD... looks about as I'd have imagined it!

Since you are able to project to such a time, I'd like to know if our republic's democracy survived?

Knucklehead said...

Can do.
I`ll locate the 16 or so shots I took to make the composite in the header.

Knucklehead said...

Nancy p,
Yes, they are both rescues. One is a mocking bird,
& the little one with the tufts is a finch. It`s also possible that there`s more than two in the slideshow.
I lose track at times.
Whenever they`re rehabilitated or fledged, we allow them to leave. Some refuse & we keep them in the flock. Others leave but remain in the near vicinity, if the cat doesn`t get them.
Just kidding.

Knucklehead said...

What do you think that image is?
People are going to have some minor adjustments to make.

olivia said...

Hello Head.

Lots of neat things to look at today. I really, really, really like the sparkler [LINK]

Knucklehead said...

That`s a blossom from the Jacaraunda(sp) in the field at my old place. I like that one also, btw. I don`t know if it`s the color or if it`s why I titled it that way.

AndiF said...

Thanks. I'm really looking forward to seeing them.