She appears to be feeling well these days, QK.
One more - sorry - back to bugs!! Japanese beetle, on a Liatris flower.
Big freakin hunting dog...needed a leash to get him in the first time. This is Thor at 10 weeks.
Never mind...all my pics are too big!!!
Not first time of posting but - Brood X Cicada in PA June 2004. Yep - bugs again :wink:
Here's Lilith in the catnip.
I'll have to get some pics of Sam, our other cat, to post here.
Chris, you take FABULOUS close up shots of the critters. Very cool!
I should have included this one in my other post.
If you look closely you'll see a Lilith in the closet on one of Laura's velvet dresses. This is one of her favorite hiding spots.
http://photobucket.com/ ( it's free ) Upload your pictures. Then under the picture you will see a set of links.
One will say image code. Click and copy that link, then past the link into your message. Bam, there you have the picture in your message. No attachments needed.
To add - even if folks host pics on photobucket, image shack - or any other free hosting ....... there will be a limit on bandwidth available .... and storage space too I suspect.
So - it is useful anyways to downsize pics both in physical display size and file size.
I have mentioned this so many times it will be boring to those who have heard it before but - a size of approx 640x480 is usually enough to show well on our forum pages and - if compressed enough (without losing appreciable quality) ...... need not be a file much bigger than 60k to 100k .......... which also helps the few poor souls struggling on dial-up.
Huge pics can introduce irritating horizontal scrolling as well as taking that much longer to come down.
http://www.irfanview.com - is place to go for a superb freebie if you have no image software ... it will resize and allow for choice of jpg compression.
And this is one of my babies Missy (you saw Krysty's infamous Wolf Ammo Box shot):
"You with that camera again?"
She is allowed to roam as far as the leash allows.
"OK, I am gonna have to smack you if you don't stop."
Keeping an eye for BG's that might include cranes, lizards, butterflies, catfish and the occasional largemouth or peacock bass.
Bwhaha - that ZZZZZ is classic Miggy - I have something similar - gotta go check in a minute.
BTW - time to mow the grass :wink: :18:
Here we go - another "ZZZZ - and yawn!"
Laura came home to find Lilith had wrapped herself in the blanket on the couch. We didn't cover her up like this, she some how burrowed herself into this.
And as promised (just a little bit late) here's a picture of our other cat Sam in his natural habitat, his moma's lap.