I would have had to have drugged my dogs and kitties to get these clever and funny shots. See more by clicking on the URL below:
For Kammie’s Oddball Challenge:
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Pull up a Seat
These pictures were taken on Mezcala Island, where “from 1812 to 1816, a small band of Mexican rebels or insurgents on the island held off the Spanish army and navy against overwhelming odds. Tired of the humiliation, the Spanish finally negotiated a peaceful surrender with the insurgents. Later the island served as a Spanish prison for many years. There is a Ceremonial precinct where indigenous structures and hieroglyphics existed on the island before the fortifications were built.” ***
Traces of these sites still remain. Now it is a popular tourist spot in Lake Chapala. This little lady seems to have declared herself in charge.
I absolutely love this photo. The tables in this little cafe are actually set up on the side of the street, as you can see. I saw the milk truck coming and could see that its rear-vision side mirror was way too wide for comfort. The waitress saw this at the same time and sprinted for the table to take down the umbrella. For once, I was successful in getting my camera out in time. I should learn to wear it around my neck, because every day there are so many photo opportunities that I miss. Got this one, though!!!
For Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge.
Since I leave tomorrow to go back to Mexico, I must avail myself of the opportunity to photograph the elastic face of Forgottenman, nee Big Duck, as much as I can. Here, he first reveals his confusion over how to choose from the varied menu at Perkins, then reflects on whether he made the correct choice, glories smugly over the fact that he believes he has, then fondly remembers meals of his past before just trying to adopt his intellectual pose and failing completely. At any rate, all poses are adorable, and I do appreciate his role of chauffeur in driving me all over six different states to visit friends and relatives. No greater love than to do the driving while I catch up on my blogging!
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The color prompt for Nancy’s Weekly photo challenge is “Blue” this week.
Some relationships are doomed from the start. Truth is, his kisses came at too dear a price.
Little Duck had many adventures at my house before flying off to live in Missouri. These are the few adventures I caught him in.
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Thanks, Hirundine for the perfect title for this photo.
“Gap-toothed she was and sure to please!” (One of my favorite lines from The Canterbury Tales! He is describing the bawdy wife of Bath.)
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