Friday, October 25, 2019

Willy Nilly Friday, October 25, 2019

Willy Nilly Friday 5, Sky Watch Friday, Signs Signs, The Weekend in Black and White,
and on Saturday, Saturday's Critters, and I'd Rather B Birdin'

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1. Tennessee River (Sky Watch Friday)
Wilson Dam on the Tennessee River in northwest Alabama, USA, October 18, 2019
We started celebrating my birthday a few days early with a trip to Florence, Alabama to eat lunch, and afterward we enjoyed a nature park and walking trail along the Tennessee River.

2. Dangerous Waters (Signs Signs)
Wilson Dam Hydroelectric Power Plant, Colbert County, Alabama, USA, October 18, 2019
Dangerous Waters - Violent Surges Occur Suddenly - Keep Out

Danger - Keep Away!

I guess you already know that some people are idiots.

3. Natchez Trace Parkway Bridge (The Weekend in Black and White)
Colbert County, Alabama, October 18, 2019
Fishermen in late afternoon sunlight near the Natchez Trace Parkway Bridge across the Tennessee River.

4. Chipmunk (Saturday's Critters)
Colbert County, Alabama, USA, October 18, 2019
Chipmunks are primarily North American rodents (with one species in Asia). They are ground foragers, but can climb trees to get acorns. They are omnivores, eating seeds, nuts, grass, worms, mushrooms, insects, and small amphibians. And they are very good at camouflage, blending in with their environment!

5. Great Blue Heron (I'd Rather B Birdin')
Colbert County, Alabama, USA, October 18, 2019
When you are looking for long-legged wading birds, look up in the trees, too!

Have a wonderful day!

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  1. The heron have left here for warmer climes but the chipmunks are busy filling their cheeks! They’ll disappear soon as well. Only the squirrels stay active all winter

  2. Some fishermen just don't read the signs, do they? Lovely chipmunk, and Heron!

  3. Yes, some people are idiots. Loved the chipmunk.

  4. LOL at the knuckleheads. Love that b&w shot. Have a great weekend!

  5. At first I though those guys were workers and then realized they were fishing! Crazy!

  6. Lots of excellent shots. Yes some people don;t care I guess. Love Little Chips. I had a pet Chipmunk once years ago. Funny to see Herons in trees. haha

  7. The munk is adorable.

    Yes, there is no shortage of idiots in this world, more's the pity.

  8. Wonderful photography ~ chipmunk is my favorite ^_^

    Happy Day to You,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

  9. I love the way your heron is framed within the tree branches. That was a nice capture! As for idiots...alas, they will always be with us.

  10. Happy Birthday. Love that little guy, just spotted your camera he has I think. I hope you have a great weekend.

  11. Hello, the fishermen are taking a chance. Love the heron in the tree and pretty view of the river. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Enjoy your day, wishing you happy weekend.

  12. Some people really are dum as rocks


  13. Yes, you're right - some people are idiots! Love the lines of the bridge in your black and white.

  14. I love that little chipmunk! And yes...some think it's worth it to try to get that big fish I guess! lol Happy weekend!

  15. Great looking critters! People should respect the rules, even if they don't believe the reasons.

  16. Most times I see herons at water's edge...this photo of the GANG is an incredible shot!!

    Thanks for stopping by I'd Rather B Birdin and sharing your post. Your visit is appreciated!

  17. The chipmunk had better not get too close to the heron or it might become a tasty snack!


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