18 October 2011

Wordless Wednesday

Where did this cold white stuff come from?

Maybe if I give her the evil snarl, she'll quit pointing that big black thing at me.

Maybe I can hide behind this tree.

Maybe if I moon her, she'll quit pointing that big black thing at me.

Are you done now?

15 comments :

  1. OMGOSH, he is TOO CUTE! AHHHH!!!

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  2. Aren't porcupines amazing? I ran across one in the San Juans this summer so my photos were in wildflowers. I love your photos in the snow. What odd animals, don't you think?

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  3. Who needs words when you look like this! Once a friend of mine and myself were just chatting along a trail and suddenly we looked up and who do you think was sitting right over our head starring at us? Yep, if you said this porcupine's brother, you'd be right!

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  4. What great pictures! OMG! Will you just look at that little pink tongue sticking out in the second shot! Wow!

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  5. What a cute little guy! I hope this is in fact an archive photo and it's not already snowing that strongly there.

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  6. I love them! Is it really so snowy over there already? And what is it - a porcupine or ...? Amazing shots

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  7. they are such interesting creatures.

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  8. Poor animal! It is hard to find some food... Delicious things are hidden under the white fluffy stuff.

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  9. Oh that paw reaching out in the top photo! And the hot pink tongue. You've captured the critter-nature so well.

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  10. They do make you smile when you see them, probably not so much if you get too close and they spray you with their spines!

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  11. It's hard to believe those are spines - they look like nice fluffy fur, if a bit spiky in an 80's sort of way.

    Great photos. (I'm always saying that but it's always true.)

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  12. Awwww what an adorable critter :)

    (then and now was correct in my blog, although both photos were taken almost at the same time)

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  13. Great photos of an amazing animal. I have never seen a porcupine in the wild before. I'm jealous.

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  14. Love the pink tongue!
    You are such a talented crochet-ess :)
    So glad someone recommended your blog on the yahoo page!

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