Tuesday, June 21, 2011

~ From The Inside Out ~

Hello everyone, I hope all of you had a Great Father's Day Weekend!
It isn't often I can get a picture of Miss Scooter
without her taking off. She seems to be a bit
camera shy. :-)) Last week Mr. P asked if I had
the camera handy, we had a bunny out in the drive.
It's no secret I have a fondness for bunnies, I felt fortunate
to be able to capture these images from the
Inside Looking Out.

The presence of the small Robin
didn't detour the bunny.

Miss Scooter had such concentration!

It was almost like the bunny could hear me
talking inside about how cute it was. :-))

The bunny has had enough of this photo session and leaps
off for another destination.

When motivation has left the station happiness
can be brought to us in many different ways.
Around here the wildlife and our dogs give us
many hours of entertainment.


Glenda/MidSouth said...

Thanks for sharing - your got some great shots.

Ceekay-THINKIN of HOME said...

There is nothing like a sweet bunny...it makes all of us stop and take notice...just like your precious puppy!!

jerseygirl211 said...

Hi Lynne,
Love the bunny photos. Our son found a baby bunny in our pool, it's fine, he said it was barely wet, so it must just have fallen in. I didn't get to see it, I was up in the shower and it took off before I even knew about it. We have been blessed with a lot of birds in our yard this year, so many different kinds, and so much fun to watch.
That's the first that I saw your Miss Scooter. My Sergei was the same way about getting his picture taken. It often crosses my mind that he will be gone a year on July 3rd and I don't have a really good picture of him. :o(
Take care my friend, hope that you have a great summer.

Teresa @ Grammy Girlfriend said...

Loved the story in pictures

bee bon said...

Hello Lynne, I love the shots with the bunny hopping through the daisy's. Bee x

Blondie's Journal said...

What a cute little guy and it looks like Miss Scooter thinks so, too!! Great pictures, Lynne!


PAT said...

Great shots Lynne!!

Molly does not like to have her picture taken either. She will be fine until I pick up the camera, then she won't even look my way!

Mari @ Once Upon a Plate said...

These images are SO sweet Lynne! Thank you for sharing them with us. xoxo

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

I so understand Molly, I used to be the same way. Now..it's different. Perhaps because I don't care as much how I look. Maybe?
Are you sure that little bunny was not Peter? I could have sworn in the last photo of him hop, hop, hopping away...yeah...I think that was Peter Rabbit himself! I do!!

Jessica said...

Awe too cute! Great photos. Every time I see a bunny I remember my mammaw singing " here comes peter cottontail " Now the song is stuck on my head....lol. What a great memory. =)

Hugs to you~ J

Dolores said...

Oh Lynne....... I LOVE bunnies too! You captured some wonderfully sweet photos of the bunny, robin! Miss Scooter looks so cute.... she's really fascinated, I bet she's wishing she could chase the rabbit.

Susie Q said...

We have lots of sweet bunnies here too, in fact, that's how our honme got it's name! So precious but not as much so as your adorale doggie! Give her a hug for me 'K?

KM Studios said...

hi Lynne,
how I love this post!
I almost feel like im right there peeking out the window enjoying that quick moment with gods creatures.

PS. wonderful photos!
so glad I caught this moment!

lvroftiques said...

Hi Lynne!!
Wow those are some pretty impressive photos for having been taken indoors! I love the bunnies too! We've had quite a few at my house also. And yes little Scooter sure does look enraptured by the bun buns! *winks* Vanna

a quiet life said...

so many cute shots!

niartist said...

Lynne!!! Long time no see! :)
I love all of these shots - and how lucky you were to get them! You could be the paparatzi! :) I came by via Susan's party, but I missed it myself. I took pics of my pergola all dressed up this afternoon (with the 2 hour lull in the rain), and I REALLY hope you'll stop by and take a peak, and let me know what you think of the progress! :)