Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Hawking*Gawking











feeding * flying

xo Ro

21 comments:

  1. Aahhh...what a site! I once saw one here in our complex!!! xx

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    1. They're so wonderful and plentiful. We have two that sit in a high deodar behind my studio nearly every day. xoxox

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  2. Love hawk gawking, do it all the time!

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  3. I'd like to leave that sort of impression behind....

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  4. But you do, you do,.....................

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  5. fantastic
    shots
    sorry to hear
    things are
    a tad
    tough
    circles of life
    i guess
    x
    ...

    ****

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    1. Things are much better, thank you Linda, and for always making me smile.
      xo

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  6. We gawk at hawks too -- more so from a distance than up close. Great photos! Do you have to worry about Marty since he's so small and hawks are so close by?

    And Caroline, as great as that ending photo IS, you leave an even *better* impression behind!!!!

    xxoo

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  7. Who wouldn't? Actually I think a lot of people don't notice, even when they scream.
    We are having a Coopers visit often and we must get hundreds of songbirds each day visiting our garden, the drama has been something. Coops are the bird killers, Redtail go for rodents and squirrels but yes I have seen them look at Marty. I keep close tabs on him, he is seldom out in the big yard unattended and never without Banjo. We have a G H Owl at night too, so Mart is escorted. I tell you little dogs really need A LOT more care!!! Cats around here should never be outside unless walked, lot's of lurking danger for the little guys.

    I awoke to Fr. O makes me think of you!

    Blessings....xoxo

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  8. Hmmmmm..mmm.....can't think what Fr. O. is....

    fragile onion...
    frozen orange juice...
    frightful odor...
    frisky ogre...
    freaky omen...
    frugal orphan...
    fragrant oleander...
    french Olympian?...

    lol
    (Why don't I know this?!)

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  9. SILLY BILLIE.... Father JOHN!!!

    famous opera
    flailing orangutan
    fortunate ostrich
    the fabulous outed :)

    Okay, this is as fun as gawking...

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  10. Ohhhhhh....OF COURSE!

    I think I was rattled. He heee....! I saw that you woke up to the "big O" this morning, and my first thought was: "This is none of my business!"

    I obviously was NOT raised a good Catholic girl!!!!!!!!!!

    xxxooo

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  11. Oh gosh! MY GOODNESS.....

    Yes, I see you were nOt!!!!!!!

    xO

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    1. tee hee
      Ro, I loved your healing hands from yesterdays blog!

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