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When I was in Grade 5 or 6, I was walking home from school when I saw a bunch of boys in front of one of their houses looking inside a big box in the yard. These boys were definitely on the bully spectrum and when I saw one of them looked up at me, I knew something bad was about to happen.
I ran as hard as I could to my house and when I reached the safety of my own yard, I turned around to see what horror the boy was intent on inflicting on me. He stood there grinning, waving a snake in my face.
“Oh, is that all it is?” I asked. “A snake???” I moved closer to get a better look.
I don’t think I’ve ever seen a more disappointed look in my life.
I saw this beauty sunning himself when I was walking around Lake Elkhorn in Columbia, Maryland.
A reminder to always look at the world from as many perspectives as possible.
I am presenting the Under-dogs project. Under-cats, Under-rabbits and Under-horse projects are the projects that had been published before. Pets photographed from the underneath on a black background somehow have become my signature artwork.
Not to be confused with:
Paging Dr. Pavlov…
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“Between the devil and the deep blue sea” indeed!
And kudos to this doting doggie dad. 🙂
From Baltimore orioles to American robins, shake off winter and get ready for spring with these beautiful, reader-submitted bird photos.
I get a number of these visiting my yard. Here are a few pics I got of a very flexible red-bellied woodpecker about a month ago.
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Even when they’re coyotes.
Bright Bee Scores Goals For Treat (Scientific American)
You will now.