Monday, March 21, 2011

24 Hours Through the Eye of the Camera

Evidently the "little" garden is a busy place.  For those that do not know, the "little" garden is in the corner of my yard and is completely fenced. 


The resident roadrunner drops in for a look around.  Of course, it's not a mystery as to how he got in the garden.



He or she decides to pose for the camera.




The raiding bunny is back for more spinach and/or lettuce.  The camera is pointed in a different direction and I've yet to find how this bunny gets into the garden.


Maggie drops in again.  How she gets in is a mystery too. 



No doubt Maggie thinks she has found an intruder; perhaps, it's a grasshopper or cricket. 

Time to move the camera to a different location to see how Maggie and the bunny gets in.

Until next time, God bless.

8 comments:

Ann said...

well that garden is one busy place.

DJan said...

there must be a place where they are getting in, none of these guys is exactly little! Love that road runner, he's got quite an eye.

Crafty Sue said...

Your little garden is buzzing with life!
I'm looking forward to see what your camera photographs next.
Sue.

The Japanese Redneck said...

That's a neat road runner. I always thought they were just a cartoon character.

Janice said...

I love your time lapse camera...so neat to see what's going on when youre not around! Its like being a " fly on the wall"!

Texas Cattlewoman said...

I found your piece of heaven while searching for a scrapbooking kit. It is definitely different way to find a fellow Texas rancher's blog! I've enjoyed visiting several of your posts and look forward to many more.

Bunny and dog are going under the fence if not buried in the ground is my suspicion. Try garden stakes to hold fence to ground to keep them out.

Donna said...

That is hilarious! Now I would REALLY worry if a turtle ever showed up!

Kate Rorke said...

I can hardly wait until you find the wildlife entry.