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Thursday, June 10, 2010

Where Is That Dog?

No, I didn't see your dog - said the bird...
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Who? Us? What dog? - said two squirrels...
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No, we didn't see your dog - said the geranium... It is getting shady here... Is it going to rain?
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26 comments:

  1. Ok, are those real squirrels in that shot ? I cannot tell, so you tell ! fun post, Gina

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  2. LOL, that is so funny.

    Annelie

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  3. LOL! You crack me up LOL! Kiss that geranium goodbye.
    Those two squirrels both setting up are just the cutest.

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  4. AnonymousJune 10, 2010

    Dear Tatyana, What fun! I do particularly like the photograph of the two squirrels sitting up and begging. One can almost overlook the nuisance that they can so often be in the garden.

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  5. Cute pics! I hope we get to see the whole doggie soon! :)

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  6. I have now identified prime suspect number one on who is killing my Golfball Kohuhu in the front yard! Your dog!

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  7. Gina, those creatures are VERY real. Zillions of shelled pine cones on my driveway are also very real. They think I love to clean it.
    Lona, I saved that geranium! I happened to be there right in time and moved away the cloud!

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  8. Тань, отличные кадры!!!) Белки отпад!!!Так и хочется потискать их за пузы)))И песа твоего за то же место почесать)
    А что за птичка? У нас таких нет.

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  9. Haha! So cute! I love how the squirrels always seem to be mocking dogs! At least they mock my Ellie... poor thing they drive her crazy!

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  10. Oh my. I just love the way you can almost always get a reaction from me.
    This time I am happy to say that it was a full blown chuckle. Sometimes I would like to see the bushes reach out and grab Grizzly by the you know what!! He's always nearly killing something...and I am never fast enough to stop the rain.

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  11. A very fun post! Glad that you saved that geranium!

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  12. Funny! Those squirrels are so cute they way the are posed the exact same.

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  13. How cute! Your photo of the squirrels is so fun! Your photo of the geranium? The number one reason I won't have a male dog!

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  14. The squirrels are so sweet! They look quite amazed! We have a squirrel that goes into my fathers garden next door but it tries to raid the magpies nest. Best wishes betty x

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  15. AnonymousJune 11, 2010

    So cute! We have a cat that disappears in the foliage as he is always hunting in ambush mode. When you call him he just pops up from nowhere it seems.

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  16. Priceless! If only they could always be that cute! ;>)

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  17. OK that is hilarious!

    Jen

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  18. Hello,
    Very funny, but where is that dog ?

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  19. You're are too funny! Those squirrels do not look like any squirrels I have ever seen. Too funny -

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  20. Ellada, the dog is in the third picture! Do you see him/ Well, part of him!

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  21. Haa ha haa, those pictures are class. you have just put a big smile on my face. Thanks

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  22. AnonymousJune 13, 2010

    And here I thought I was something getting a deer and a squirrel in one photo. Two squirrels for the price of one. Delightful, Tatyana.

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