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Today I’m participating in the WordPress weekly photo challenge and this week’s theme is “inside”. Remember you can click on each photo for a larger view. If you like what you see, feel free to subscribe and receive nature photography updates a few times a week.
Can you guess how many lemurs are sleeping in this pile of fur? Hint: count the tails for the answer…
Look, that grasshopper is trying hard to get inside my house. Unfortunately it’s standing at the wrong end of the sliding window for that to happen, which is a good thing for me.
I guess this pitcher plant can’t wait for a fly to wander inside of it for a tasty snack.
Finally a sign of spring is the colorful blooms, but you have to watch out for the bees that may hide inside them, as in this beautiful pink powder puff bloom. Happy Friday!
Pitcher plants are fascinating. Good set, Milka.
They sure are. I always want to peek in to see if they caught anything.
Nicely done Milka. Looks like you had a wonderful day at a zoo? 🙂
Living in San Diego, it makes it easy to go to the zoo or the safari park, with lots of photo opportunities to capture the small and big critters. 🙂
I think that grasshopper is trying to get your attention so you’ll give him a role in one of your children’s books. 😉
Oh, wouldn’t that be fun? It could be about a jumping contest. I wonder what animal would win… Probably a flea. They can jump on anything!
As long as they don’t jump on me…
Ah, yes, that would make for a nightmarish children’s book…
As usual, lovely choices. 🙂
Thank you, Janet. I really like your cup of tea.