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Wednesday, November 4, 2009

I am enamored with footprints left behind by little furry feet and can't leave their images behind without a photograph or two. I've saved these from the past winter. . .with the certainty that there'll be more to come this winter. Thus, my contribution to ABC Wednesday's letter P for 'prints.'


Appreciation is a wonderful thing.
It makes what is excellent in others
belong to us as well.
Voltaire

Happy Middle-o-the-Week!

18 comments:

Sandy Kessler said...

mee too. I always think I was honored with a guest sometime whilst i slept..sandy

Snap said...

Noni,
What a fun post! Welcome to the critters!

RuneE said...

Prints in the sand and prints in the snow gave one thing in common - neither of the are permanent.

Daryl said...

Wabbits! Wascally Wabbits!

Perfect P!

Q said...

Very creative P!
I also photograph prints....mine are mostly bird feet!
Sherry

magiceye said...

a great take on the theme!

Carol said...

These footprints in the snow are so refreshing to see....they make winter look inviting....nice P...

Sylvia K said...

Oh, what a fun post! And, yes, I love the little prints in the sand or snow! Love all our little visitors! Great shots, Noni!

Enjoy your day!

Sylvia

Poetikat said...

Had me worried for a minute there. I thought it was snowing in your neighbourhood already!

jabblog said...

That's a neat take on P - well done!

jay said...

Bunny prints! Perfect for 'P'!

I hope it will be a while before we get snow, though. :P

Janie said...

I'm always fascinated by prints, too. Nice shot. You had some visitors through the snow.

Joy said...

Lovely paw prints of your silent visitors.

Cloudia said...

What a happy "P"



Aloha, Friend!


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Tumblewords: said...

Seems like snow prints last longer than sand prints! These are great. I'm still enamored with your fancy latte deco.

Roger Owen Green said...

perfect p pics

claude said...

Ni ce prints and nice post, Noni !

Rose said...

I'm always intrigued by these little footprints, too. The cats' and the dog's I can figure out, but I like to imagine who else might have been wandering through my yard.

I join you, Nonizamboni, in the wish for peace!