Saturday, July 9, 2011

Saturday Snapshot

Saturday Snapshot is hosted by Alyce @ AT Home With Books.

Photos can be old or new, and be of any subject as long as they are clean and appropriate for all eyes to see. How much detail you give in the caption is entirely up to you. Please don't post random photos that you find online.

 Both of these were taken at a local park. I think I'm getting the evil eye in the second photo!


42 comments:

  1. You're right - that goose doesn't look too pleased about having its photo taken.

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  2. Like the evil eye! And that fish too!

    Regarding clay wall panel:

    These are handmade, dried in the sun, baked in a kiln and then painted, if so desired. Each small square depicts something from the normal daily life. A few might deviate to give it an unique character. Rather very common in Rural India.

    Will post the above info on my blog too!

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  3. These are fun photos. That goose has a great expression on his face.

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  4. Diane, that does look a bit like the "evil eye". LOL

    Such clear water for you to get a shot of the fish.

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  5. "Evil eye" - LOL. Great pics, Diane!

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  6. Those are some great pictures! The goose seems a bit angry though lol.

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  7. Fun stuff! I would definitely stay away from the goose so you don't get pecked! :-)

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  8. Ha-Ha, yes, I can see that! What lovely shots, though. Now I feel nostalgic for the park, but it's usually too hot these days.

    Unless I go in the early morning.

    Here's MY SATURDAY SNAPSHOT

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  9. Pond fish are so beautiful and mesmerizing to watch. I have a few in my backyard pond but they aren't nearly as big as that one - he's huge!

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  10. Wow, that's some fish - I could joke how it would be lovely with some chips but I won't.

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  11. Yes, the evil eye! Did you make a quick retreat?

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  12. Nature finds away to adapt to us, doesn't it. Have you ever seen heron landing in the small coy ponds to eat the fish?
    This morning, we saw Canada geese sticking their heads under waterfalls.

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  13. Definitely giving you the evil eye. That is hilarious!

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  14. His stare would have me backing away :)

    carol

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  15. Whoa...that goose has some serious attitude.

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  16. That totally looks like the evil eye! :)

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  17. That goose is totally giving you the evil eye. It's the same look my cat often gives me when I take pictures of her.

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  18. Great shots, Diane. I wouldn't mind getting into the pool with that goldfish today!

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  19. These would be perfect for the Camera Critters meme too! :)

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  20. cute photos!
    here is mine :)
    http://behappyanguseful.blogspot.com/2011/07/saturday-snapshot-9th-of-july.html

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  21. Both photos are great. I love them line and the flow in the first ... and the very obviously 'evil eye' of the goose an the second!

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  22. Hi!
    Great snapshots! He doesn't look happy at all does he. Have a great day!

    Sherrie
    Just Books
    http://sherriesbooks.blogspot.com/2011/07/beauty-is-in-eye-of-beholder.html

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  23. Yup, you got the sideways glance there!

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  24. I don't think that goose was very happy with you. Love the picture!

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  25. Those are great photos. The goose definitely looks like he's peeved. Attitude just oozing out of him.

    Here's my Snapshot: http://myreadersblock.blogspot.com/2011/07/saturday-snapshot-july-9.html

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  26. You are definitely getting the evil eye!

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  27. Love the pictures! Yeah, the goose looks peevish, but it's not like he's gonna mouth off, right? :-)

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  28. Yep, the evil eye fur sure, love the pics!

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  29. My mom is big into koi, and has a pond in her backyard where she shows them off. A few of them are really beautiful and some have the most amazing colors. These are great pictures. Thanks for sharing them!

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  30. E-ville! Thanks for making me laugh.

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  31. E-ville! Thanks for making me laugh.

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  33. Hahaaa... That little birdie sure wants to give you one bite lol!

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  34. LOVE the duck! Surely that's not an evil eye but rather a "quick summing up" to make sure you're not considering him for a roast dinner or something!

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  35. I mean goose, if it's a goose! Geez, I don't know my ducks from my geese!

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  36. I agree with you about the evil eye but I love the duck! The contarst between the two photos is terrific, too...the duck is bright, solid and very real while the fish in the water is hazy, muted, calm and feels like it might fade away..

    Thanks!

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  37. geese are never happy..in fact i find them rather nasty...but sometimes attractive birds.

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  38. Haha, I think that is a bit of a side eye evil eye :)

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  39. I love the vibrant orange bill and feet!

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