Thursday, September 2, 2010

Sky Watch Friday




We've got a norther blowing in which means in Central Texas at this time of year that our morning temps may drop below 70 degrees.  :D






For those who are waiting to see what kind of critter is raiding the garden, all I have with the wildlife camera so far are two tiny, shiny eyes.  Whatever it is, it is small; most likely a bunny.  I moved the camera closer to the cantaloupe that seems to be its current favorite.  Stay tuned.  Tonight might be the night that the camera gets a good enough photo to identify this critter.  As soon as there is a good one, I'll post it; then it is on to bigger  critters of the day and night.

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Until next time, God bless.

Addendum:  Those skies brought 2 1/10 inches of rain last night! Hallelujah!

16 comments:

wenn said...

wow, fascinating!

Wanda said...

What a magnificent sky shots... Really breathtaking!

J Bar said...

Amazing both.

Fotobloggen 2010 said...

seems like bad weather is on it's way. Great photos

btw I really like your artpieces!

christina, Sweden

Jossie said...

Amazing morning sky!

DJan said...

I am so glad you got a break from all that heat, and with rain to boot. And yes, I am looking forward to seeing who your nocturnal visitor is.

Crafty Sue said...

WOW....... Beautiful pictures!
I too am curious to know who the little culprit is.
Happy weekend!
Sue.

The Japanese Redneck said...

Beautiful pictures. Looking forward to seeing the culprit!

Have a great weekend and a wonderful Labor Day.

SquirrelQueen said...

Oh my goodness Lynn, those skies are so dark and threatening. Did you get any rain? Glad to hear your temps have cooled so have ours.

I went back and looked at the cantaloupes, the teeth marks could belong to a bunny. Can't wait to see what you capture.

Jeanne said...

Beautiful pictures! What color and such a landscape. We got lucky with that hurricane staying farther out to sea.

ruthi said...

so magical! love it.

Out on the prairie said...

Had fun looking at your blog.Wait I'm camping in this mess, got 1 1/2 inches in a bucket left out for 20 minutes. My tent was shaking back and forth really good.Thanks for stopping by Out On The Prairie, do come back for more.

RNSANE said...

Beautiful skies, Lynn...

So if the critter is eating your canteloupes, is there any left for you?

Ann said...

what a beautiful sky.

Tes said...

Lovely capture! I love the puncture of red on that mysterious-looking sky. Lovely!

CeeCee said...

Good morning,
I found your site through Texas Blogging Gals.
Looks like you're in my neck of the wood.
I've wandered around a bit in your blog and it looks like the varmits in your garden are squirrels. Mine take bits out of everything juicy (melons, cukes, tomatoes and pomegranates) and steal whole sunflower heads.
My daughter got some shots of this sunset as well. The colors were amazing.