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Blue jays are a work of art, I never tire of looking at their beautiful feathers! :blue_heart::blue_heart:
Just a little reminder and information the peanuts that I use for Blue Jays are unsalted and roasted. Salt is toxic to birds because they unable to process it.
Happy weekend :)
Sincerest apologies for my inactivity lately! I really don't have a proper reason such as 'busy with school' etc -- it was simply laziness, haha! Here's a Peapic from already over a month ago, oops..
I've btw refreshed my dolls' looks a bit! Inès got new eyes, Cherie got new eyes and a wig & Mallory is currently wearing Cheries old wig (the pink one), so I'll try to show you the changes asap!
Oh, and also, I have a doll -instagram! I've had one for about 1,5 years now actually, but I realised I've never really mentioned it here on flickr, so if you're interested, it's @squirrellicious! Don't expect to see any quality stuff there though, I basically just spam random quick phonepics of my girls there .. ^^
Lost a Peanut Skippy spends time scratching around this tree, it looks like he is looking for something, or just entertaining himself, shot in North Carolina.
I decided to get a new lens and a new computer. I have wanted to work with a 70-200mm lens. I also did my research and the Apple MacBook Pro is supposed to be an excellent tool for photography.
This is Peanut, my step Son's wonderful and very affectionate dog. I took this image of Peanut while I was babysitting, Hope Y'all love Peanut as much as I and the whole family love him. Thanks for all your support on my work in Photography. Lol: Gaston.!!!
Recipe Available at: www.canolainfo.org/recipes/beef-satay-with-peanut-sauce
New entry in Peanut Gallery. "Evening sail off in Bosphorus" from the series Faces of Istanbul. Limited edition of 10 signed and numbered prints. Paper size A3+, image size 30X45cm. Archival inkjet paper Ilford Fibre Gold Silk.
Today was a bonus day at my feeders. Mostly I have house sparrows a few chicadees and a few juncos. Today I looked out and these two were sharing the peanuts. Not a great shot, it was through my window but I was so pleased to see them I had to post.
Yesterday was warm and sunny...so I put out my red bowl and filled with peanuts ....the squirrels were cautious at first.....not quite sure what to make of the red container....but soon I had dozens of them creeping up and grabbing two or three at a time. They are so quick....it's difficult to get decent pics of them. I'm sure they were expecting Jasmine to bolt out the door and chase them up the tree.
Thanks to a nice person, I know now what this is called,A Peanut Butter Bush,Now that's Sweet.
Ha!ha! Just another Chippy photo taken today. I love his little hands wrapped around the peanut like a corn on the cob;)
Freshly harvested peanuts drying open air in the farmer's Iwol village. Bedik country, Eastern Senegal. 12°56‘ N.
The Bassari, Fula and Bedik Cultural Landscapes are classified by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites whc.unesco.org/en/list/1407
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Texture with thanks to Skeletal Mess &
Image credits with my thanks to:
Moon Background - AshenSorrow
Texture 2 is my own.
We'll crush them all :P
Erg leuk en gezellig in de bierfabriek waar de pindadoppen zo tegennatuurlijk op de grond mochten :)
My own capture of a Eurasian Jay (Garrulus glandarius )
This bird has stuffed its crop full of peanuts, in addition to the ones held in its beak.
Special effects created in Corel Paint Shop Pro Photo X2.
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what it costs to give a little bit of love.
from my lady friend, Ms. Drea
Peanut family. Natural light. Focus stacked using zerene. See www.flickr.com/photos/lordv/34088221905/ for a 3D version