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Monday, April 14, 2008

Fun Monday - Five Words, Five Pictures

Nekked Lizard Adventures is hosting todays Fun Monday.
There are two Nekked Lizards, so I'm assuming they are co-hosting.
They gave us an assignment with some parameters:

FIVE PICTURES - FIVE WORDS PER PICTURE.

I guess they wanted less jabberwocky. Well I'm ready to shut up and go 5 x5. Are you?


A favorite place to walk!




The sky reveals a raptor.




The brush conceals the deer.







Gopher snakes enjoy the sun.





And I enjoy it all!



Please sign up to join the fun. Or, just pop over to the hosts blog to find all the participating links. I know the Nekked Lizards will welcome you.

One more Fiver: They are not really nekked.

59 comments:

Celeste said...

What a beautiful walking path (I can do without pictures of snakes!). Ahh...I can see my dogs running down that dirt road!

Sandy said...

AND you made a poem! Absolutely excellent job, Pamela.

Sabrina said...

What fantastic pictures!! So lovely. Even the snake!!!

mjd said...

I like of your pictures, but I like the snake picture best.

mjd said...

Oh yes indeed, you are clever and made a poem.

daddy d said...

Wonderful outdoors pictures. The walk picture draws me into wanting to start spring training...soon.

kitten said...

What a wonder post! Yours seem to go together and ryhme.
Mine is scattered, like me. LOL!

Faye said...

Now here's evidence of someone walking with the photographer's eye wide open. What fortunate shots. wish i had those walking paths--would never come home.

Beckie said...

Oh that sky is incredible! The snake is .... snakey. I want to go for a walk there!

IamwhoIam said...

Pam what a love place you live.
Thanks for sharing you view
Penny

Melanie said...

I love your pictures! Great job with your 5 & 5!
Our Happy Happenings

Nekked Lizard Man said...

No, we are not really nekked, that would be a travesty - you are right, but the little lizards and other creatures around our ranch run around sans clothing, so we pride ourselves as the proprietors - protecting their rights not to wear anything that would detract them from getting eaten by birds of prey - who also incidently do not wear clothing... boy did I get of track.... your pictures remind me of our place... great views... NLM

Alison said...

what a wonderful walking path...I would to love to walk it with my dogs..but I don't we would see the wildlife you were fortunate to see!

Patience-please said...

Your pictures make me smile!

(5 more words for you)

Gattina said...

Now I want to go on holidays !! I love the little Bambi tail, lol !

my4kids said...

I enjoyed it all too!
Love the pictures, beautiful...

ChrisB said...

I'll walk with you any day to see these beautiful sights~ well maybe not the snake!

Sayre said...

What a beautiful place! Lucky you!

Hootin' Anni said...

I hate snakes!!!! Any kinda snake. But I'd walk the walk you walk any ol' day!!!!

MINE'S POSTED --- and the last one #5 is a five word challenge for YOU!!! A fun challenge!!!! Hope you can stop by and try it today sometime.

kitten said...

I like how you think Pamela!

SwampAngel65 said...

They're NOT NEKKID??? Are you sure??? You have just blown my whole image of NLM and NLL...*sigh*

Anyhoo...LOVE your pics and the captions are good! The deer and the snake are my faves. FOr some reason, alot of folks have been posting snake pictures this week. Odd...

Have a great week!

hulagirlatheart said...

These are great views, and I love the photo. I would have peed my pants if I had stumbled upon the snake though.

DesLily said...

wow, all great shots!.. however, you can keep the snake! lol lol

Lil Mouse said...

Ah nature, is so sweet!

Alix said...

Wonderful, what a lovely place you live near. I like how creative you were with this challenge.

swampy said...

What gorgeous photos and you "captioned" them so well. Why am I not surprised?
And, yes, they are too nekked. They don't shower with their clothes on.

REQUEST: Have all your readers sign up for Karmyn's Shower. I'm not blogging much and won't be for the next week. The link takes them to the "original" post. I will "advertise" it more when I return home.

ellen b said...

Great job Pamela. I enjoyed your 5's...

Robinella said...

So pretty. I love wide open spaces. Hey, isn't that a song?

lisa marie said...

Beautifully lovely, can I walk with you? Do those snakes eat gophers?!

thirdworstpoetinthegalaxy said...

Wonderful pictures, as always.

Joy T. said...

Beautiful beautiful beautiful! We could use some of those gopher snakes around here because the gophers in our subdivision are multiplying like crazy the last couple of years. Unless it's just the name of the snake and they don't eat gophers at all. And in that case, forget I said anything at all :o)

Tiggerlane said...

Gorgeous photos! Absolutely beautiful! The deer photos is particularly striking...for sure!

Sauntering Soul said...

I would walk a lot more if I had that scenery.....much more enjoyable than walking with lots of car exhaust around my neighborhood in downtown Atlanta!

Jo Beaufoix said...

That was lovely. What a really pretty and peaceful looking place to be.

Christine said...

What a lovely place you live, Pamela!

I am jealous of the wide open spaces, very pretty and peaceful!

I can see WHY you would enjoy your walks, although I might be really freaked out if I crossed a snake's path, even if it were a gopher snake as good looking as your photo.

Heather said...

These are beautiful! I love the "hidden" animals!

Irish Coffeehouse said...

Beautiful pictures and what lovely scenery to breathe in everyday!

Thanks for sharing!

Robin (the PENSIEVE one) said...

Are these all along the same path? Wow...what a walk!

Told oh, so loverly, as you always do :). A great 5 for 5!

kailani said...

What a unique theme this week! Love all your photos, as usual.

Jan said...

Great shots. I love the hawk.

Rose said...

Lovely photos even the snake.
You made me fill peacfu.

Simply Jenn said...

Wow! It is so beautiful where you live. Those pictures sre like a breath of fresh air.

dawn said...

Great photos. I like snakes, they are so cute (in their own way). I love the scenery photos also and wildlife.

the planet of janet said...

your photos are so beautiful!

(starting to talk in fives!)

Peculiar said...

Love your nature, "outdoorsy" pictures. I could look at this kind of scenery (and animals) all day, every day.

BS said...

Full of nature - great pics.

The Pear Lady said...

Now, that's what I call an awesome nature walk! :)

Masago said...

This is wonderful. I like the idea of just 5 words.

Kim said...

I'm so hoping the one of the gopher snake was with a telephoto and lots of cropping! *shivers*

The animal in the last shot on my blog is a meerkat from the LA Zoo.

Kila said...

Excellent! You get an A++. And a shiny gold star sticker! ;)

Kaytabug said...

Beautiful photos!! I just loved the story you weaved! Oh I love those photos! All stunning!! This could be a children's book!!!

karisma said...

Oooh! I wanna come walk with you in your favourite place but only if you tell the snakes to stay away! Im not too keen on snakes unless they are behind glass or at least ten feet away from my feet!

storyteller said...

I enjoyed your photos and captions for Fun Monday this week! It’s cool the way you put your ‘copyright’ and blog name on the pictures … and I realize I should probably be doing the same thing, but isn’t it time-consuming? I posted my Fun Monday at Small Reflections yesterday but didn’t have time to visit until today. I hope you’ll drop by when time permits.
Hugs and blessings,

katy said...

just want to let you know that I am taking a break for a while, hope to be back, till then byeeeeeeeeeeee x

Tammy said...

Great photos, Pamela!
Beautiful scenes, all from eastern Washington, I'm assuming?

OK...the mysterious "calamity" is revealed and posted on Part 3 of the road trip! Read it if you dare...hehe

BarnGoddess said...

cool looking gopher snake!

JennV said...

Way Cool pics! You live in a Lovely place!

Jettied said...

Loved it!!!!!!!!!! Love your pics as usual!!

wendster said...

If they were nekked it would be way more interesting though.
Lovely lovely photos, as per usual.