Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Who Has Been Walking By?

Design - "4th of July Bird"
Designer - Heart in Hand
Fabric - 32 count Summer Khaki Belfast
Fibers - GAST & WDW -2 strands over 2 threads
Started - 10 July 2013
Completed - 12 July 2014

Oh but it has hot yesterday. And unusually for this part of the country it was still 92f at 8:00pm.  So no Wednesday walk due to the heat. 

We had reason to think there might be a problem with our Trail Camera, so we took it down 10 days into the month.  As it turned out the camera was working just fine.  Here are some of the best photos for the month thus far.

The raccoon looks like it heard the camera as it took this photo.

And finally, a photo of a fawn!

Isn't he/she adorable?

Here's Mama and her baby.  
So far she has not come anywhere near the house with her fawn.

We do have a rather handsome buck who walks by the camera regularly.  Again, he has not come near the house.

The camera 'captures' a Bob-Cat every few days.

It makes me wonder just how many we have.

Or is it the same animal over and over again.

Finally, a really nice photo of the Bob-Cat strolling along in the early afternoon.  Last year we had a female and kittens come by.  I'm still hoping!

One year ago today Mom and I visited Chartwell and Emmett's Garden.


Maggee said...

It's pretty cool to have caught those pictures unbeknownst to the wildlife!

Margaret said...

Very nice pics. That last one of the bobcat in the early afternoon is wonderful!

Vonna, The Twisted Stitcher said...

That photo of the last bobcat is gorgeous! WOW! They are just beautiful!

dixiesamplar said...

Love teh patriotic finish!! And all that nature in one, you are so lucky!!

cucki said...

So pretty xx

Frances N said...

Wonderful wildlife photos! How interesting, never knowing what you might see!!! Such fun!
And I love the sweet 4th of July bird!

Barb said...

What a cute little July bird! A great bob-cat photo. I can understand why you are wondering how many you have.

Melanie said...

That last one is great! What a healthy looking fella.