I'm having so much fun looking at the world through the lens of my Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3.
I will share my world of Rocklin, California and points North, South, East and West.
Come and enjoy with me.
vraiment très bon, très bonne idée ;o)) Very good, very good idea ;O))
You can show this again for Letter S... as in Smelly Skunk
what more can you say - I was going to say well you can tell us who/what s/he is but then I just pasted the name into a google search box and now know far more than I really wanted to!great photo.
LOL @ Ackworth....will check google after breakfast! LOL!
Bet that one caused a right stink
Hehe, good memories here. But I do see lots of Pepes on the road. :(
ha ha! perfect for the day i'm having...a real stinker!
Pepe was always my favorite! Cute!
He is too cute! Great post!
This is so cute! :-))
LOL, I have never smelt a skunk!!
Cute!We had one killed on the road in front of our home about a month ago and have been smelling it ever since!You still have beautiful flowers and a great shot of a Monarch too! Our flowers are gone now and its quite cold and blustery. I feel like I could move to Fl or southern Ca anytime :)Check the comments on my blog for the answer to your questionSalty
Pe-eeuw! :) peppy was always one of my favorites. poor little guy...always foiled in love!
What more can you say...well with Pepe le Pew being a skunk, how about pong. Our farm dogs often came off second best taking on a skunk - it took a long time to get rid of that smellNice pic.
Heavenly. I always liked this character and will watch them on telvision when the grandkids are watching.Patty showed me a blog today where a mother cat took on the responsibility of raising and nursing 6 baby skunks. In the house. In the cat's bed. I wonder how that story will end. As it was, it made a beautiful photo.I have been working on my website and just added more horses. If you go it is at http://www.oldmanlincoln.com
Just great, nice n cute.
I really like this!!!
I love pepe le pew.I remember making dinner at my sister's house once, and her dog walked in the house and passed behind us as we were cooking. We didn't know what had hit us, until after he had passed by. He had been sprayed in the face by a skunk. We didn't really enjoy dinner that night.~Oswegan
I think this character did a lot to rehabilitate the skunk's reputation. I've always loved Pepe.
LOL :) Was not expecting to see this, although I think she definitely qualifies as "le Pew" :)Isn't it great when you come across something so silly and then get it on film to share :)
Hey you know why the skunk was kicked out of the Church? He wouldn't stay in his pew!Great "P" word and picture. I can't believe you are up to P already. It seems like only yesterday when you were starting this weekly thread.I did write the words to go along with today's pictures. I dreamed them up after experiencing the passing train at about 9 or 10 feet away. It is amazing to be around those things especially when they are going by at speed.Thanks for your visits Sue. Take care.Mike
Sue, thanks for your prayers and hugs :)Your P post is cute.
Oh my Sue - that was a blast from the past - he used to be such a favourite of ours. Thanks for the memory! :)
Good idea for this week's photo. Glad it wasn't real.
hahahha .. flowers are awful ... sometimes! hahahahHave a nice weekendGreetings from Frankfurt
for a moment, i thought it is a skinny panda, apology in visiting you late as I only find time until late Friday about time leaving work for home
haha......love you for making me smile on a flu-ridden Monday :)
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