Airborne, Seadwellers and Landlubbers Lives
It looks like “coexistence” has found a home in your backyard.
I really enjoy your photo journalism on nature. I love you photo shots. Looks like there is great mind behind such heart touching pictures. Please keep it up.
LOL! Wally, yes that’s true! Here are Hares and Foxes every night together as well…:)))
Thanks for your witty comment!
Guess you mean me( not Wally:))) this time!
Since childhood there’s always been animals and nature for me…that’s my passion and it gives me JOY!
Thanks for visiting the blog!
OK, you are welcome
Thanks; perhaps I misunderstood the post since English is not my first language and sure Wally is a really nice guy!:))))
English is not my first language either. Please tell me your name then and a brief about your work
As my blog indicates my name is Ann Novek. I have worked both with humans in hospital and with environmental and animal issues in Greenpeace and a bird hospital.
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