Hiding in the Grass by helanker ()
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These two were really hiding for me. I saw them when I was coming out from the trees in the forest, shooting something else. I almost stepped on them. Glad I didnt.
Have a wonderful week with NO MORE Hurricanes please.
It was a really tough one this time with gusts much stronger than the hurricane we had in 1999. I am worries about our birdfeeding tree. It is tilted to the east and the roots were bulging the ground upward, so it pushed our birdfeeding platform out of the ground. I do hope all other trees are ok. Especially the large trees we have at the east side of our property. They could crash the neighbors little cottage. :-/
Per removed so many leaves from the gutter this morning. He can do it again tomorrow. :-P l will help him.
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Image Comments (21)
Hendesse () 3:30PM | Mon, 28 October 2013
Fantastic find and shot. Beautiful colors and postwork. Hopefully the weather soon calmed.
bmac62 () 3:41PM | Mon, 28 October 2013
Your technique for finding, photographing and presenting is first class:) Well done. We are experiencing high winds today here in Southern California...we are going nowhere.
jayfar () 4:24PM | Mon, 28 October 2013
This is a super 'stool pic Helle and so glad you have survived the hurricane intact.
prutzworks () Online Now! 4:32PM | Mon, 28 October 2013
nice shroom shot the storm killed last night one of our birdfeeders and a bird house
auntietk () 6:35PM | Mon, 28 October 2013
So glad to hear you survived the winds! I hope all your trees stay upright. :) These little guys are gems ... I'm glad you saw them! A terrific photo.
MrsRatbag () 8:34PM | Mon, 28 October 2013
Fingers crossed for all your trees to stay upright. This is lovely!
jocko500 () 10:24PM | Mon, 28 October 2013
happy you ok. maybe they can get the tree back upright with ropes and tie it up straight ?? just an idea.
dochtersions () 5:32AM | Tue, 29 October 2013
Oh, I'm such glad you both are okay, dear friend. I hope there is not much destroyed, and the birdhouse tree will function to give the birds care again. Your photo is very special, I do not know what you've done with the editing (post-work). For me it is more an art-work than a photograph (or between it), and it looks different and special, dear friend. Good luck for Per and you by cleaning your place, here we have to do it too ;-)