Posting pictures of my Queen Conch shell for the Admiral.
Very nice Scifan. My mum had a few nice specimens. Not sure if she still owns them now though.
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This one was still alive when I found it in 1978.
Of course you are, that's what they're for! Forget dusting, ironing, cooking. Kittens take priority!Quote:
Originally Posted by Hayles66
..."Shamrock is an Irish cob and Smudge is an Exmoor. Both have very thick coats and are suited to living in cold areas. Their fur grows very long which allows dripping far from the main coat. Allergies to mites cause the skin to break and if not treated it be omes calcareous and he then "grows" lumps on the sides of his legs. I would hate to cut his feathers as it would reveal his lumpy legs. I have trouble treating him because he won't let me anywhere near his legs when he has sores..."
Poor thing, must be painful for him. And difficult to treat, obviously. Several of our dogs have had calcareous lumps removed from various places, & the vets don't seem to know why they come. Do hope he keeps well during the summer. Exmoor ponies and the other other ancient breeds have developed some remarkable & unique defences against the wild weather on the moors, haven't they? Similarly the rare breed sheep, one of which survives on the seaweed they find on their islands. We lose these special breeds at our peril.
Here's my pal Brandy with his great pal Speckles:
And a friend's cat Mika, who is stunningly handsome!
both done for Christmas cards.
A few more:
Bracken & Toksy (siblings from a litter of 11)
and the gang of five having tea. The sixth, at the back on the far right, is "Rusty" who lives outside & is not eating as he's a bit anorexic :-)
Behind, are our penguins Wes & Bert (who came from Westonbirt Arboretum). They only like fish.
What lovely cards and a brilliant idea! Very clever you are!Quote:
Originally Posted by stranding
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Thank you. The paintings depend entirely on the quality of the subjects!Quote:
Originally Posted by leelai
Beautiful paintings you have there! Also, your dogs are quite sweet looking...and oh very hungry!!
Thanks! I will go & tell them about being sweet :-) though they might demand more pocket money...Quote:
Originally Posted by skimonkey
I've just been looking at a superb video of WWII bombers flying over the Arizona Desert.
The link is http://vimeo.com/18135369
It's in HD and I expect it will look superb on an iPad 3.
Yes, I've used "superb" twice. Well it really is.....
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