Saturday

born to be wild ~

I was feeling a little scrappy today and decided to do up a few pages ... I'm calling it my Born To Be Wild pages.  These are photos from last June taken in our woods.





I hope you enjoyed my pages.  I'm anxious for the snow to go and the bear to come back out of hibernation.

Until next time...
So it goes in my neck of the woods.
~mel

12 comments:

  1. Those are fantastic!!! I liked your "from a distance..." Wow! You really get the wildlife!

    My oldest sis in the U.P. gets bears too which sort of freaks me out...

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  2. Great collages, Mel.... Glad Blogger is cooperating now... Funny though that you will be glad when the bears come back out of hibernation. Most of us wouldn't ever say that!!!!!! ha ha

    Have a great Sunday.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  3. Very nice, how you merged your pics together! I can't wait for spring and song birds and .... ! But not the bugs.

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  4. Yep, that is what your family seems to think, She was born and WILD! LOL

    Love the pictures, most of us cannot even imagine that much wild life around. But I am learning to sympathize with you guys about the snow. It has snowed all day here and was still snowing when we came in from the hospital.

    Had a nice welcome home, a note taped to our door inviting us to the Willis Baptist Church. Signed an employee of Camping World.
    Then Wild Bill stopped by for a short visit. We don't get visitors!!!!

    Anyway, Wild Bill would fit in up there with the other wild stuff.

    Love you lady, great entry, WILD THANG!

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  5. GRRRRRRRRR, I already did this but it disappeared. As I was saying, 'Beary' nice scrapbook pages...especially love the cinnamon bear. Soon they will be popping their noses out of the dens to see if it's a good day for a walk.
    BlessYourHeart

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  6. These are wonderful captures, and I love how you merged them all together. It must be so beautiful, and peaceful in your neck of the woods.
    I too am eagerly waiting Spring, and, looking forward to the reappearing of nature, and new life.
    Take care!
    Dianne :)

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  7. Enjoyed the pictures. I just can't imagine living where there could be bears in your yard.

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  8. Love your pictures!
    I've had a few bear encounters but I have never been able to get great pics like these...they are great!

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  9. WOW! I love nature, but the National Geographic Channel specials are as close as I would want to come to bears. There are bears in Arkansas' northern, more wooded counties, and I hope they stay there.

    Nice scrapbook pages; love that little bunny peeking from the center of the third page.

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