With the heat indexes being in the 100 + F (37.7 C) range, I am not inclined to leave the comfort of the air conditioned apartment. The main critters I saw this week were our 3 grandsons as we provided shuttle service while their dad (our only child) was at work. This morning a butterfly working the flowers outside the patio quickly flitted away leaving me with only a spider to photograph. Moving the camera lens in close to a spider for a macro shot became an exciting adventure as the spider promptly jumped onto the camera just as I clicked. Eeekkkk.
A flip of my wrist put the spider back on the patio door where it quickly scurried away from the viewfinder.
I gave chase but was only partially successful, a couple of blurry photos.
Not such a great capture for Saturday’s Critters shot. So allow me to share photos from 2008 in the Kananaskis Country of Alberta, Canada, Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, USA. Lots of critters there.
Canada black bear munching dandelions.
Yellowstone Park, bison
Grand Teton, coyote
Grand Teton Moma Moose and Calf
Make sure you drop in for a visit with Saturday’s Critters. Just click on the button below for some wonderfully snapped creatures. Thanks to Saturday’s Critters host Eileen.