Thursday, January 18, 2007

Project 30 - Day 4 - January 18, 2007

Here are a couple of my companions at work:

Alex is one of our resident fish. We spoil him terribly and he loves for us to come and talk to him.










This is Zaralinda, she sits on my desk with me. She is a gypsy wanderer created during a round robin doll project a few years ago.




















A pretty Hibiscus that I walked past on my way out to the parking lot when I left work this evening.



















...and here is a trio of cool frogs that resides under the eaves of my husbands workshop. We have several of these living round the eaves of our house and workshop. My husband knew I had my camera out...so he called me over and held up the umbrella they were hiding under so I could get a quick shot.























...and last but not least a view of the fading light thru our neighbors tree. Give it a couple of months and I won't even be able to see the sky.

8 comments:

Betty said...

Are those frogs real??? Ewwwweeee! lol That's a great shot of that last one. It would have freaked me out to get too close. lol

Jax's Challenge said...

Oh my gosh Anna....... the first thing that came to mind when I saw the fish and the doll was Finding Nemo. I bet the fish and the doll talk when you're not looking.
We have those frogs too....... they look waxy and fake. Very cool frogs.

memoriesbymarla.com said...

Brave girl, getting the frog shots! I'm such a chicken I wouldve been afraid of them startling and jumping on me, I wouldve given the camera to my hubby to shoot them!!! The fish shot is great!

Kevin's LDPT 30 Day Challenge said...

Love the frogs...very cool!! Are they real? Are they tree frogs? How do they get that color? Okay, I'm done now. :c)

Patti said...

wow i like this! and i love that slide thingy!

Huffy said...

I love how you share your whole day! love it!

Greg Moss said...

I really dig the trio of frogs very cool.

deeya said...

Like I told you in IM... I love the pink frog.... that is so freaky cool... :) Love the tree too...