Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Snapshots - Circle Bar B Reserve - P Last

Greetings from the Hermit Writer. A last hold over from my Feb 15 hike. Cheers.

More of the friendly armadillo.

(He was walking slowly...why not...one last shot.)

More of Florida's beautiful trails. 

And gorgeous oaks with Spanish Moss canopies. 

Dina, this is my last subliminal message, that you should be hiking with me.

I love trees. (Ah! I said I wouldn't say it.)

(Okay, another subliminal message for Dina...yeah...I tend to lie now and then.)

15 comments:

  1. I want to see an armadillo! Just saying their name is fun enough to make me smile!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  2. I love Armadillo's arse, funny.

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  3. You really know how to shoot Armadillos! They are amazing critters!

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  4. Nice walk though the only Armadillo I ever saw in Florida was roadkill

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  5. I saw my first Armadillo at Canaveral Seashore, very cool. And I love the spanish moss on the lovely trees at Circle B.. Wonderful photos, enjoy your day!

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  6. Hmmm ... In the whole evolutionary story I'm curious about armadillos ... rather strange

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    1. Mother has her way of filling every niche with a beautiful creature.

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  7. well, i'm curious about dina with the pink backpack...do you know her, i'm thinking perhaps not?!?!

    the trees are breathtaking, really!!!!!

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  8. Is Dina a connection to you right?

    mmm mmm? You will never tell. Ha-ha.

    I enjoy your trees. I can never get bored with trails, trees.

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  9. Beautiful shots. I love the spanish moss hanging down from the trees.

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  10. Beautiful forest and good that you did not run away with the battleship pictures. Regards.

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  11. I love trees too! I understand your Dina ... that you love trees, doesn't mean you like to hike (I don't hike - I paint the trees:) )

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  12. You can say " you love trees" as much as you want cuz I enjoy viewing them with that great moss on them.

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