Weekly photo challenge: Together

It’s all about togetherness. Most of these photos have been previously published on this site. Only the bluebirds are new.

KISS -- Doe and fawn nuzzle after grazing the lawn and before heading back into the woods.

BROTHERS -- The two furry boys from up the road playfight over a stick after a dip in the pond.

MAKING MORE SNAKES --  Look closely and you'll see two snakes warming themselves in the sun.

THREE IN A TREE -- Bluebirds fluff themselves against the cold in this January 2010 photo.

Favorites from this week are below — the pelicans at windagainstcurrent.com were irresistible.
http://windagainstcurrent.com/2012/04/27/weekly-photo-challenge-together/#comment-2197
http://mezzaphonicallyspeaking.wordpress.com/2012/04/27/weekly-photo-challenge-together/#respond
http://wp.me/s2fzRm-together
http://lucidgypsy.wordpress.com/2012/04/27/1426/#comment-3985

See more challenge entries at:
http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2012/04/27/weekly-photo-challenge-together/

23 Comments

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    1. We treasure those moments when the deer come into the yard. This mom and baby spent quite a while exploring and eating. Unfortunately, when the black dog in the “Brothers” photo came to the neighborhood, the deer stopped coming. He chases everything. :-(

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    1. We’re lucky to have two types of bluebirds — the indigo buntings and the Eastern bluebirds. The one we keep hoping to find is a painted bunting. He’s so colorful he looks tropical!

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