Our feature image is just like a game of Hide-N-Seek! I was out in one of our gardens this summer, and picked up a Seed Tray. The Tray had been left outside when Thunder and Lightning were threatening in an extremely dark sky. Rain poured for a couple of days. The dirt was nice and muddy. Lifting the tray, I saw this Toad. Surprise! He was cleverly camouflaged. Can you see him?
Psalms 104:24 How many are your works, Lord! In wisdom you made them all; the earth is full of your creatures.
The photo of the Chipmunk has been enlarged. When I found him, he froze! This gave me time to finish feeding our Chickens, and get my phone out of my pocket. Chipmunks are written as coming from the Squirrel Family. They are fast Rodents that love to get in our garden.
When I think of Rodents, I picture a Mouse or a Rat. On our farm, we have seen Mice in the house when the field is Baled. Their nests are discovered and they run for my home. And, a Rat in the Barn. These Creatures make me jump! But, not like Snakes do!!
Cleaning out Straw with a rake, I uncovered a small black Snake. Backing away, I decided I had done enough work for the day! No photo was taken. Ha!
The next photo, is of a Toad. He looks like he was found before he had time to properly get hid. 🙂 Quickly taking the photo, I walked over to water our Ducks.
The nights are getting a lot colder, and the days are pleasant and sunny. More photos will be shared soon of the leaves changing, and Autumn arriving. May you have a beautiful day, blessed from the Lord up above. :)Jen
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Oh my goodness I almost didn’t see the frog in the first picture until it finally popped out at me. He’s good at camouflaging! Great picture!
That’s what I thought when I saw him! LOL
I am sorry! I just am going through previous posts and saw this! Yes! They are so good at camouflaging that sometimes I feel something looking at me, and wonder if one is close by, hiding :)Jen
Lol no worries! I do that all the time! 😂 I wish we could learn to camouflage ourselves like frogs do while we are in the garden. Then maybe no one would find us while we are in our gardens. 😉
I would Love that!!! 🙂