Thursday, July 9, 2009

A Bear Blob and a Turkey Wing...Trail cam week continues.



That's a very exciting blob or (blurry looking on bear) That's the best I could do with an acronym. He showed up on picture number 1,784. And after almost 1,780 deer, we were thrilled. He's walking away from the camera, darn it all. But it's a big bear behind. And I was also happy to see a turkey. Do you see a turkey? Look in the lower lefthand corner. Enlarging helps. It's a beautiful turkey wing. I hope you're not thinking that your favorite part is a drumstick! For more deer and "The Golden Heart Award" See below.


8 comments:

Nina Crittenden said...

The turkey feathers are very lovely! That bear photo must be worth about $1,780 bucks! hahahaha!

Margaret Pangert said...

I do see that turkey--pretty disguised! and thre's a bear in the middle of the path as big as life! and 1,780 deer! that's called patience. You've had a lot of luck with trail cam!

chicamom85 said...

Awesome photos and congratulations on your award. I am behind so I am commenting for both your posts at once.

Anne

AL said...

Congratulations on your awards Sharon you deserve it and the turkey's drumstick.

AL

Margaret Pangert said...

Hi Sharon! I came back because I forgot to congratulate you on your awards, the Golden Heart and Love My Friends. The titles are so you! I do believe you have a golden heart and are loved by your friends (which is everyone who knows you). You are a very special person. Congratulations, Sharon. Love, Margaret

SquirrelQueen said...

Yep, that is a bear behind. And a fair sized one at that. I like your trail cam it has made some good catches.

Congratulations on your award as well, you are most deserving of the Golden Heart.

Have a great day,
Judy

Cynthia said...

Cool idea to set up trail cams. Maybe, with all the deer footage, you could do like a "secret life of the deer" thing... =D ... some of the shots are really nice. What are you plans for them?

Christina E. Rodriguez said...

This are awesome photos, Sharon! Thanks for posting such a neat look into the glorious nature in MN!