Sunday, February 28, 2010

Here are some Misc. Pictures

More Creatures of the North

Here we have the Raven and our State Birt the Willow Ptarmigan in its winter plumage.

There are more animals in this great Land and they will all make it to the pages of this blog in due time.

Even More Arctic Animals

From Top left; Snowy Owl, Snowsho Hare (winter), Caribou, Beluga Whale, Bull Moose.

Arctic Animals

From top to bottom: A family pod of Orca Whales, Moose outside my door, Sea Otters, an Arctic Fox in it's winter colors, and a couple Bald Eagles waiting for a snack.

Some Arctic Animals

Lets try some photos

Still need to figure out how to place the text correctly
All the photos seem to ,igrate to the top of the post

I am hoping this text appears below the photo

Lost in the Creation

Well, this is post three of the new blog and I still really haven't wote a damn thing. Still playing around with the setttings, etc. Thought I would in clude a couple photos just to see how that insertion feature works.

This is a photo of skittles. I wonder why the hair on her back is worse than a rasta man, the only thing I can think is her lover off rolling around as in this shot from last summer.

Welcome to the Second Post

This is the second post in this blog of confusion.

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