I don't want to. Everytime I do that, a spider falls on my face.Like the home invading one I encountered today.YAY FIRST BITCHES!
Wow, 'Petra. That's one hell of an affliction you have.
Tree number two looks like it's dancing the YMCA.
Tim: It does! I should've taken pics of it's friends doing the M, C & A
Oh those are lovely! [as I sit trapped in a concrete tower]
Spiders scare me. A.LOT.
These pictures are awesome. The trees are awesome. And your title taps into the comforting opening of the old TV show, The Friendly Giant, so that's awesome, too.
I did look up, but all I saw was the same old ceiling. No heavenly angels--we've only the sport teams kind in America; What lovely pictures from cruising the park!
That's so pretty and peaceful! You live in such a lovely part of the world.
Snooze & T-Bird: I'm very lucky to live in a very green city, with woods, meadows, broads (interconnecting rivers/lakes) and countryside a stones throw away.MJ: Yes. The little bastard has a remarkably good aim...'Petra: I'm not surprised if they keep falling on your face!Dinah: I'm unaware of The Friendly Giant, but I'm sure it's awesome, just as you say.Eros: I thought I might as well do something productive while I'm on my back...
DINAH, do a Friendly Giant posting. I LOVE FRIENDLY!
That's a beautiful tree! Makes me want to climb it!
I'm pretty sure I can see a witch flying up around there...
You big old tree hugging HIPPY
Beautiful.All is starting to turn red around here. mmmm autumn is here.No, not Autumn Reeser, Tim!
Tickle my fancy, why don't you?