Thursday, April 11, 2013

Tranquil Thursday

Hi everyone!  The video I am sharing today is a nice relaxing one...Aqua Harp!  Enjoy!

The photo I am sharing is one that I took in the summer of 2010.  I was taking a walk in a park when a squirrel decided to check me out.  It looks like he found something to eat at the same time, so I snapped the photo.  You just need to click on the image to see a larger view.

Thank you all so much for visiting me here!  I really appreciate and enjoy reading your kind thoughts, which you are always welcome to share by clicking on the 'comments' link at the end of my post.

20 comments:

  1. Passei para uma visitinha.
    Amei a música, leve, bonita e muito agradável.
    Amei seu blog.
    Bom fim de semana!
    Muita paz e muitas alegrias!
    ♫♫° ·.♪

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  2. I've been feeding peanuts to my squirrels here at home. There is a pair of red squirrels who live in the nearby park, and they come by each day at 5 for their peanuts.

    Struggling with my mood of late.

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  3. That is really a different kind of squirrel than we have here. Very unique color. A great shot.

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  4. Lovely music--I enjoy harp music.

    You got a really good shot of the squirrel. I love watching the ones in our yard. They're so energetic.

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  5. it's funny how some squirrels don't care and just chill out.

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  6. What a cute capture! I love the way his tail is all fluffed up.

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  7. Oh, that squirrel is so cute. I am sure they are much less fearful now than when I was a child.

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  8. Never seen, Linda, aqua harp, sounds beautiful.
    Like your squirrel very much !
    Lie(f)s.

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  9. ooo, i love squirrels, but we don't see them much in my city. maybe there's not much food for them to survive on, and too little greenery here...

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  10. A good harpist is a real find. There was a harp concert awhile back in The Villages. Excellent. Love the squirrel, too. Looks a little darker and bushier than our squirrels. Our squirrels are kind scrawny! :)

    Have a wonderful weekend, Linda!

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  11. That's a super shot of the squirrel.

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  12. Love the harp music. Forwarded on to DH, he loves harp music too. As for the squirrel, we have brown ones here by us in Texas. We did have black ones on the LSU Baton Rouge campus in Louisiana. And we have a friendly tail-less one on the campus here. Don't know how he lost his tail, but he looks like a little fat gopher.

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  13. j'adore ce moment de détente musical
    comme une pluie de douceur, merci beaucoup Linda,
    bon week-end
    Laurence, Opale et SOnye

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  14. Preciosa foto con un buen encuadre de esa ardilla. Un abrazo,

    Beautiful photo with a good shot of that squirrel. A hug,

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  15. Thanks for visting my blog and sharing your pics of you home town.

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  16. Aw, I love that little squirrel!

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  17. I used to have a black squirrel around here but there haven't been anymore. No white squirrels either. It's too bad because they add variety to the population.

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  18. Lovely picture Linda. We have lots of protected Red Squirrels around our part of the world.

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  19. Thank you all so much for your comments, I really appreciate it!

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  20. Fantastic shot! Linda, congratulation.
    Bye bye Sandro & Cristina

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