Saturday, April 4, 2015

Dove

Nice pose, dove. Thanks.
Today's A to Z Challenge post brought to you by the letter...


First (partial) week down. How's the challenge going for you?

29 comments:

  1. Speaking of birds, I've had a family of squawking ? (not sure what they are!) trying to build a nest in my grill on my deck. Ugh. I've left the lid open, so they can find another home:)

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    1. This dove has made a nest in the eaves of my father's house.

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  2. Great way to end the first week-with the dove of peace even if it is a morning dove. I have to say I love your letters and I know it took time to make all of them-Are these the one to place gift cards in?

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  3. Great shot! Birds are the best posers.

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  4. Pretty shot. We just bought a house yesterday--I didn't think we'd find one so quickly. So I'll be dealing with that all month PLUS A to Z plus my work...I may have bitten off more than I can chew...especially since all my husband wants to do is plan. He's planning in circles now...I don't have time for that. Let's just plan each thing once!

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    1. Yikes. Good luck getting through it all. Hope the house is nice.

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  5. Well posed, dove, well posed.
    Enjoyed the first half week! Looking forward to tomorrow though.

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  6. That's a good photo. Birds can be so hard to catch on camera because just when they get into a good place to snap, they fly away or move!

    So far, so good with the A to Z Challenge. I've got my challenge posts scheduled as far as L on the 14th, though I've fallen a bit behind on my regular posts and I need to spend tomorrow getting a bit caught up there.

    I'm loving all the challenge posts at the moment. :-)

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    1. I moved very slowly towards the bird when I went to snap this.

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  7. That dove is pretty.

    The challenge is going pretty well for me. Today thought I head some problems with my blog. I can't view my own D post using Google Chrome. Ugh!

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    1. I've had a couple glitches myself. I hope everything smooths out for you.

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  8. That was a great picture. Usually they fly away from me. Challenge is going well. I took yesterday off (have to use up a lot of PTO or lose it this year) and I spent 4 hours on blogs, LOL, but I did a lot of visiting which I might not have a chance to do on other days.

    Happy Easter!

    betty

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    1. I've got spring break next week, so I'll get all caught up as well.

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  9. Awesome pic. I love that he looks like he's surveying his kingdom. "Yes, peasant. You may photograph me."

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  10. I also thought he had a haughty look. Nice pitcture. Loving the Challenge so far!

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  11. I would have never known that was a dove if you wouldn't have told me. Good picture!

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  12. Lovely Dove. Hope you are enjoying the challenge.

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  13. Nice photo! And I love your knitted letters at the start of each post!
    Yvonne

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    1. Thanks. Make sure to stop by on Wednesday when I talk all about them.

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  14. We have a lot of doves at work in Beaumont, TX. But I never see any up here in the woods where I live. I suppose they like cities. Oh, and I tried you suggestion of ignoring the robot and it worked! Thanks.
    Life & Faith in Caneyhead
    I am Ensign B ~ One of Tremp's Troops with the
    A to Z Challenge

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    1. Yeah, that check mark box is unnecessary. I wish they'd get rid of it.

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  15. We have lots of doves visit our backyard. And a new variety of white ones. Love the Doves!!

    Smidgen Snippets & Bits

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  16. Love the dove. The challenge is going well. We made it back from the Grand Tour, and I'm visiting everyone who visited me while we were gone.

    Jean, back from the Grand Tour and visiting for the A-Z Challenge from Rantings and Ravings of an Insane Writer Number 209 on the A-Z List.

    Jean Schara
    Blackbirds First Flight (Quin)
    Blackbirds Second Flight (Glaring Upheaval and Fluffy Malone)

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  17. Collared doves regularly visit my garden - I love them. Great picture!

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