23 February, 2019

saturday critters

these photos were taken twenty years ago when we lived in Fairbanks, Alaska.

this moose was watching when I opened our door to go outside


the moose here are leaving our driveway,


to see other critters from around the globe, click here 

32 comments:

  1. Wow, that is a surprise! You were very quick with the camera.

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  2. Hi Bill.

    Wonderful Bill, that must have been an experience.

    Groettie from Patricia.

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  3. You don't find that in your garden every day.

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  4. Interesting sight. I am glad you kept the photos.

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  5. Oh wow, very cool moose photos. I have seen them in the Wyoming, they are cool critters. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your day. Have a great weekend. PS, thank you for leaving me a comment.

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  6. They sure have big mice in Alaska!

    Wonderful photos, Bill. Thanx. Keep smiling and have a splendid weekend.

    God bless.

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  7. For a minute I did a double take. I was sure there are no moose in Ireland. And I haven't even had a Guiness.

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  8. Scenes like that are quite common in Newfoundland too. Nothing bigger than a coyote here.

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  9. My first glance at your post and I said "aspen in Ireland? No way." Okay you're talking Alaska. Great photo of the moose looking though the trees.

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  10. ...it's easy to tell that you aren't in Ireland.

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  11. Wow! I love those Birch trees and the moose critters!
    Beautiful photos Bill!!!

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  12. What a great photo. The trees are beautiful and the moose is an added pleasure.

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  13. I've always enjoyed seeing moose out and about.

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  14. Love that first shot, especially. Make a great poster!

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  15. I've never seen a Moose in person but they sure look like big animals. Great pictures.

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  16. Wow! Such a mythistorimatic life! Amazing! I can imagine a life through the snow but with a warm heart.

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  17. I love that 1st pic! They are such large creatures!

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  18. I like poplars!!
    I saw those creatures last year. They had crossed the street and gone to the backyard of my daughter's neighbor (in British Columbia). I took pics of course!
    : )

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  19. Oh how fun! Lovely photos. You two have lived in some great places. I wish you both a wonderful weekend.

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  20. great shots...
    do people eat moose? Just wonder

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    1. People, especially Alaska Natives love to eat moose. It is a popular food source.

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  21. Wow! Great to have moose browsing around in your driveway!

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  22. That's a very curious Moose!

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  23. What a neat sighting! We see deer all over, and the occasional elk. Can't say that I've ever seen a moose.

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  24. Wow! How great to see a moose and the pictures are beautiful!

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  25. Strange and wonderful critters they are Bill ✨

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  26. Very cool to see Moose from your front door
    MB

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  27. Wow! Amazing to see moose near your front door.

    All the best Jan

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  28. You lived in Alaska! That was fun to learn. When we spent the summer camping up there, we had a moose walk right between us while we were filling the water tank on the van. What a surprise that was! (We did see others, butthat was the biggest male we saw and of course no camera.

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  29. Awesome shots of the moose! I want to visit Alaska sometime.

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