Wednesday, January 17, 2007

January 17, 2007

I just had to show these pictures. I put out some left over lasagna for the crows and looking out a short time later this cheeky little guy was having a grand time with it. So cold here this past few days, -12 overnight and suppose to stay the same all day, tonight and tomorrow. I despair when it gets this cold as I worry about all the creatures outside. Crazy I know! It's suppose to warm up some by Friday, hopefully the weather people are right.

Roger has been in the city since Monday, coming back today. He went in to take some slides of old houses for my daughter. She will be having a show at the gallery in June and is gearing up for that. As it snowed all day yesterday and the plow has been up and down the road many times, I expect the driveway is packed with the damn stuff. Will have to take a look when it gets light so will probably spend the morning shoveling. Sigh.......


Jan said...

I so want that squirrel! I bet the lasagne was frozen hard too, he would have been cracking lumps off it like potato crisps!

Hope you didn't have to shovel too much, I feel your pain. I would die if it were that cold here, and I worry like hell about all the birds and furries outside when it's cold too.

oldcrow61 said...

I think he is a real cutie Jan. The lasagna didn't have time to get frozen before he grabbed it, lol. I think of you every time it gets really cold here cause I know you hate it as much as myself.

Anonymous said...

Lovely pictures.

Anonymous said...

With regard to an earlier comment about not remembering the settings that you used for your pictures. This is part of the info from the 1st picture in this post.

Make = Canon
Model = Canon PowerShot S3 IS
Orientation = top/left
X Resolution = 180
Y Resolution = 180
Resolution Unit = inch
Date Time = 2007-01-14 18:58:38

Exposure Time = 1/320"
F Number = F4
Exif Version = Version 2.2
Date Time Original = 2007-01-14 18:58:38
Date Time Digitized = 2007-01-14 18:58:38

Most if not all digital camera's attach what is know as the exif data to each picture file. By downloading a free exif viewer from you can see exactly what settings you used. It's as easy as right clicking on the picture and selecting view exif data.

Pete said...

nice pics oc. i want that light!!

nicola said...

really improving OC

Anna said...

I love the squig!!

Great pics OC.