10 October 2014

Creatures of NY

Contrast Horse waits for her supper - impatiently, I might add.
Barn cat doubts your good intentions.
Pretty boy on the other hand, waits patiently for oats - and treats.
Hypno-Cat knows you will feed her. NOW.
Curious barnyard calf is curious.
Outdoor bird spies on me.
Indoor Birdy Kreep spies on me and covets my dinner.
Other birds keep a wary eye on my camera....
...and warn me not to get too close.
"Take my picture? No problem. Here's my best side."
No album would be complete without the Grand Dame of the Retreat on the River....
... and a sighting of the rare and elusive closet cat, Frankie.


10 comments:

Kathleen Cassen Mickelson said...

Very sweet creatures indeed.

Anonymous said...

I have taken care of the input AND output of five of the pictured animals.

I must say I prefer audio or computer IO......

Constance Brewer said...

Kathleen - well, most of them. :)

Constance Brewer said...

Anon - You've been feeding the horses? I knew you did output, but not input. How much beer does THAT require?

Anonymous said...

Hey....I help put hay in the barn.

It takes a bottle a bale, if you average it out over a year....

Constance Brewer said...

Schlepping hay deserves two bottles a bale!

Split Pea Traveler said...

Cute creature shots! The one of the parrot especially makes me smile. Was its personality as big as it looks?

Constance Brewer said...

Parrot Rapper Birdy Kreep mostly has the personality of a bowl of oatmeal. But sometimes there's raisins, sometimes there's nuts...

NonneMeus said...

Poor Birdy Kreep, so misunderstood. He DOES have a big personality, he just chooses to share it sparingly!

Constance Brewer said...

Nonny - Birdy Kreep has a big mouth. Different than a big personality. (All the better to bite you with!)