Just Pics For Fun

Found some fun pics on my camera to share. I even found some on my camera taken by Shey. When that moment of a beautiful picture arrives, you grab whatever camera is handy.

Playing catch with Hannah and her hat.

Hannah LOVES her Kindle.

Did you know there are many, many species of Sparrows? Probably everyone has seen House Sparrows. They thrive around human habitation. So we were very excited when their  “wild” cousin Song Sparrow visited our backyard and stayed around.

European Starling.

Barn Swallows taking a break next door.

Our garden was bursting with blooms after Spring rains.

It’s not only birds in our garden, but the Faerie Folk  seem to like it too.

About EagleAye

I like looking at the serious subjects in the news and seeking the lighter side of the issue. I love satire and spoofs. I see the ridiculous side of things all the time, and my goal is to share that light-hearted view.
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13 Responses to Just Pics For Fun

  1. Oh my gosh….she is getting so big! Beautiful pics! 😉


  2. James Pyles says:

    At first, I thought you wrote that Hannah was playing catch with her cat, and i was horrified. 😀


    • EagleAye says:

      I know. Juggling cats is scary. That would get us both all scratched up. 😉

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      • James Pyles says:

        True story: When my sons (twins) were newborns, our doctor said not to let a dog or a cat sleep with them because the babies couldn’t turn over and a snuggling animal could smother them.

        We had a person renting a room from us at the time (she became more like a member of the family really) who had a cat named Booie.

        I caught Booie in the boys’ crib and chased his furry butt downstairs. I figured that would do it, but oh no. The damn cat did it again.

        Remember this is on the second floor of the house and there’s a central “well inside of the stairway to the first floor.

        I was mad as hell, and I decided to give Booie an instant flying lesson. I grabbed him and tossed him over the banister figuring gravity would do the rest.

        The cat used its tail as a counterbalance, did a complete 180 in midair so it could face me, and laid my arm open from elbow to wrist before it dropped.

        I ran after that thing like the devil chasing a choir boy and he escaped into our renter’s room…AND he never, ever went upstairs again.

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      • EagleAye says:

        Oh wow! He seriously sliced you up. That’s cats for you. At least he got the message you were trying to pass.


  3. Indira says:

    She is so beautiful. Girls learn to talk very fast, treat to the ear. How do you get time to write? Thanks for wonderful pics. Never seen the wild sparrows only house …


  4. mandibelle16 says:

    As always your daughter is such a cutie and a sweetheart. Although I’m sure she isn’t always nice for you 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

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