Locals at the Park

Happy winter solstice!

Winter time is not usually busy time at the parks. Well on a beautiful day it may pick up. However the locals are always crowding in. Well it is theirs. πŸ˜‰

All the little feet are just running amuck at the park. πŸ˜‰
A green alien with a coal black eye stopped in at the park.

Sleepy creature!
A sword swallower.
Mouth wide open!

Give me some!
Looks like this local has a big mouth but no teeth.
Have a heart.
Don’t forget some will emerge from beneath like this body!
Another earth burrower comes up for air.
Hmmm, do you really want to meet this local?

The paths can get crowded.

Skid marks. They were in a hurry to leave before the day visitors came.

Arrg, this is crazy a local seemed to say.
A sleepy horned head!

Looks like it could be cuddly, but beware.

Watch out for those that want to give you a hug like the Prickly Pear Cactus did for the Lace Cactus.

I love the local residents!

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Keep looking!

The more you know, the more you see and the more you see, the more you know


  1. I love all the faces. Wonder what ate the cactus leaves? Some tough critter. And I’m confident too that you will fine the hissing mushroom and i want to see it when you do.

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