Lens-Artists PC: Where the wild things are

Today let’s have a look at the edge where we and wild things meet. This is where I like to look.

Here is a compilation of various roadside attractions, just maybe not the kind you expect.

For Lens-Artists Photo Challenge, hosted by Tina of travelsandtrifles.wordpress.com: Wild


  1. Roadside attractions is a great description. Darling baby Bestia makes me smile. And good gracious how naughty the poppies must be to have whole fields of them locked up. The fur hat (?) would give me a start to find it like that on any city street. The nest in the electric box reminds me that I found a nest two days ago with an egg. It’s time to do a what-my-place-looks-like-these-days post! Thanks for the idea.

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    1. Thank you so much, Crystal, for hopping around my blog, reading my posts carefully and leaving meaningful comments as you always do. ❤ If I can give an idea, it's my greatest pleasure. All well to you!

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    1. Thanks, Joey. I’m glad you call them cute. You might be among the very few to do that. I hear they are a major problem in the south over there near you. There is a documentary out but I haven’t seen it yet. Obviously people are paid for each.


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