Quilly June 16, 2010June 16, 2010 56 Comments entertainment, photo More Than Just Blogging Scenes from Tuesday … Share this:TweetEmailShare on TumblrPrint
Your shots are so crisp and clear. The tiny crab is fascinating.
Nessa — he didn’t cook up top much, though ….
Spectacular! Wish I could have been there.
Doug — we wish you could have been here, too. It was terribly inconsiderate of your dad to have his birthday on “our” weekend!
His birthday isn’t until the end of the month. It was terribly inconsiderate of my sister to be available this week to celebrate in Southern California.
Wow! What beautiful shots these are. I think I have a photo of you taking that crab photo.
Thom in long pants? I’m shocked!
Gorgeous photos! Thanks for sharing!
It’s freezing here my dear friend 🙂
It is 65 degrees. In most parts of the world that is well above freezing.
LOL, for a WA native, 65 degrees is shorts weather! 😉
(although, maybe with a sweatshirt)
Lovely photos! I don’t think I have ever seen such a tiny crab.
Barbara — there were literally thousands of them scuttling on that beach!
This is such an awesome place here. The scenery is just gorgeous.
Thom — and now you know why we love it here. We’ll always have a room for you. Visit whenever you want!
Beautiful photos Quilly, loved the one with the Lighthouse. Sounds like you are having a blast with your Company. Now we need some of Susan if she’ll let you take one.
Bill — you’re sounding a bit like a stalker. You aren’t trying to frighten Susan, are you?
Fun pics. Well, I could skip the creepy crawlie one! LOL
Linda — don’t talk about Thom like that!
When I saw the tiny crab, I thought it was a HUGE tick. 🙂 Beautiful pics!
Betty — we wouldn’t have been holding it quite so calmly, I promise!
Oh, your pictures are so terrific! I love them! I do so wish I could have been there! But maybe next time! Love the crab!! Enjoy!
Sylvia — be glad you missed the trail to the beach. Amoeba and Thom turned themselves into hand holds for me.
I see you’ve gotten in touch with your “inner naturalist” for this post. I’m really groovin’ on these Superior Snaps!
Melissa — nature likes my camera a lot.
Beautiful shots! Crystal clear with so many emotions in them. What a wonderful place to be.
Rosidah — I am blessed to live here.
Such a cute little crab! He would make a nice pet, no? I love the lighthouse photo. You could frame that one!
CL — we were on protected lands. We are allowed to take nothing away and mandated to leave only footprints.
Very pretty pictures, Quilly. Of course we have all that and more here in Texas!
I believe your crab won the popularity contest. I’m always too late to vote over
here but my vote would have been split between Eagle One and Alapaca.
You’d have liked my scene today. Coming home this evening I was too slow on the draw with the camera. Just a lot of time there is a very large crane sitting on the rail of our long bridge over our end of the lake. I have some poor pictures of him/her. He/she always flys away when I slow down to get a decent picture.
Anyway, today it was swooping down onto the water to catch a fish. I was going too fast to see if it came with fish in mouth. That is a wondeful sight whenever I’ve been near one doing that. [Eagle One reminded me that you would probably want to know all this.]
“… flys away!” I can type faster (60-70 WPM) than I can think ‘flies.’ Sorry. I am bad at proofreading on sceen so this stuff happens to me more than to most. 🙂
JIm — I am glad you are so fond of your Texas. I have been there. i prefer here. I guess it is good that way, or one part of the world would be much too crowded and the rest would be empty.
Deer are so cute when they are not running across the road in front of you.
SN — indeed. I don’t care for them in the road much, myself.
They are all lovely shots, but I especially like the little crab!
Kala — you know that Thom really isn’t all that little ….
Gorgeous photos, Quilly! I can see you guys must be having a whale of a time!
Kay — we are, indeed!
Great pictures 🙂 What’s Ella been up to?
Teresa — hiding in the closet from the little kids.
Hello, Quilly! It’s been a while.
What beautiful photos! They each made me smile 🙂
Kila — nice to hear from you. We have moved from one Pacific Island to another. This one is a heck of a lot closer to the mainland, though!
What great pictures!!! but the tiny crab gave me the chills ::shudder::
Mar — we munched a couple of it’s older relatives for dinner. 😉
Great photos Quilly!
Akelamalu — thanks. I am glad you enjoyed them.
did you guys go out to deadman bay?
Tilden — False Bay. Yes.
When do we see “Scenes from Wednesday” ??
Karen — they were late. I was busy.
Quilly, I’m glad to see you got them all away from their computers!! 😀
Sorry I’ve been so absent lately. The end of the school year and graduation is eating up my free time (and then some!)…
Karen – -we had to go get pictures to put into our computers ….
THAT is the teenciest tinciest crab I have EVER seen! WOW!
Melli — they do start out small, you know.
Sigh, I miss real nature 😉
Desert just doesn’t cut it, but I have to make do. Meanwhile I’ll come back here from time to time, you don’t mind, no?
Nicole — you’ve been getting some great bird shots.
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