Quicksilver caught

with iphone. i zoomed in pretty tight to get his eye. he was being a pain in the butt b/c i wanted to take photos, of the dew on everything, that morning…the peach tree had to be continuously rubbed against, thus preventing clear shots. roses had to be smelled…blueberry bushes had to be rubbed against….

to survive anyway i can…

i have an old fashion prism on my kitchen window. after my art class ended i walked into my kitchen @4:30pm…and, damn…my rainbow prism landed across two tiny orchids. These photos were taken with my iphone, and i will admit to moving the plants around with this set of flowers. the white dots on my…

geez, backlit winter coat Quicksilver

Quicksilver is a stray, that come to us & decided to stay. I finally convinced him to sleep in the garage when its pouring bucks or gets too cold. I am so grateful that he lets me keep him dry & warm. However-i had never seen his winter coat like this, until this backlit photo…

can you see the contempt in her ears?

  If you are looking for a dog that you’d like to train to…fetch a ball & bring it back. A Siberian Husky is NOT for you. If you want a guard dog…the Husky is NOT for you. If you don’t want to brush bushels of three types of fur every day…Nope. Wrong dog for…

Quicksilver

i LOVE his silver toes…all six of them. he is so hard to photograph because when i try to take a photo, he just walks up to me & wraps himself around my legs.

meet Phoebe

and no, Mom…she isn’t mine.  gosh, she is such a snuggle…bunny. The kids belong to me.

the teddy bear in the birdhouse

This is Coco the teddy bear hamster. My son calls her, ‘spiderCoco’ because of her climbing skills. She LOVES to climb into the red cage at the top of her cage. sorry for the lack of quality, underexposed. She is still pretty damn cute.

looking for your dog

Your dog in concrete, may be found at Myer’s Plants & Pottery. They had about 15 different breeds. I looked for Husky or my mutt…i photographed him because he would be a mix of my two dogs together. if you found your dog, it would be highly trainable to “Stay” and hold the door open…