On the way home this particular peacock came out of the dry creek bed to graze.
Sitting on a bench looking up I thought a deer, with all the crunching sounds of dead leaves.
To my delight it was of course a huge surprise.
No backyard bird like this one at home.
Sassy perhaps a bit bossy, doing a strut along the walkway later that evening.
On the highway in route homeward, this was another bizarre moment.
Coming home from a very hot desert, this is what I see.
It seemed to be a commercial farm which sell their flowers to nurserys.
Rows and rows of all colors, no sun, overcast, and damp.
But it didn't matter, I was there.
Back to desert life I spotted a lizard coming out of a unused campfire ring.
He was not in a hurry, eating his way across the desert slowly he went.
I thought he had a lot of personality and gusto!
The parrot was in a large cage on one of our stops home.
He seemed to be very nurtured, and happy.
After viewing my photos at home, it appeared like he was smiling.
I can't believe it came out because I took photographs through the wire cage.
His fluffy soft yellow head was vivid.
He was squacking a lot.
But so do I.
Somethimes you always get what you need.
I have never seen a rabbit STRETCH before!
Many rabbits were making their appearance.
Cats and dogs stretch, I was baffled by the morning stretching.
If the light had been a bit better, I could of got more detail.
No complaints here, it was wonderful.
He made my day.