CEE’S BLACK AND WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE – Pets & Farm Animals

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge

I visited Tree Hill Nature Center in Jacksonville, Florida about a week ago to primarily to do some birding with Frank. There were loads of birds out, the temperature was mild for a change and we were outside not sweating. Tree HIll is a nature preserve that I will write about in a future post. It is deserving to have its own spotlight and is the home to several goats, chickens, an alligator and a Barred Owl.

Goat with a dragonfly sitting upon his horn.
The Dragonfly was consistently hanging out on this goat’s horn. Never seen that before!
Smiling goat lounging high above the ground on a platform.
Smile!!! You’re on Candid Camera!
Blue-eyed goat staring straight into my camera lens.
Just call me ole’ Blue Eyes!
Hen strutting around the property at Tree Hill Nature Center.
I’m strutting my stuff here!
Pony that was hired to be at my granddaughters 4th birthday party.
This photo is of my granddaughter, Leigha with a rented pony at her 5th birthday party. She is 15 now.
Sheep needing to be sheared at my sister's place in Texas.
One of the sheep at my sister’s place in Texas a few years ago.
Heaven, our 13 1/2 year old Bichon Frise moping in her kennel to be fed.  The door was open, it was her choice to lay in there.
My beloved Heaven pouting in her kennel. Wanting food per the norm! Sad isn’t it???
Heaven, our bichon sniffing around the yard as a young pup.
Many years ago when Heaven was just a young dog. She is 13 1/2 now!
Heaven, our bichon has a look of, "you've got to be kidding me" on her loveable face.
Really? You gotta be kidding me? I thought it was time to eat!

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9 Comments on “CEE’S BLACK AND WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE – Pets & Farm Animals

  1. Your Heaven reminds me so much of our Honey! We lost her Dec. 30,2018. She was 14 years old. We miss her Every. Day.

    Those sheep sure have a lot of wool! One could make a scarf or two from just one sheep!

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    • Was your Honey a bichon? Seems like you have told me that before. I know you miss your Honey. Those sheep needed a shearing. She had two and they were found dead not long after I took the photos. Believed coyotes got them.

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