I worked a 16-hour shift yesterday, but I did finally get a really bad photo of one of those sneaky coyotes… — Pouring My Art Out

I know, it’s bad. I said it was. It was four in the morning, and I had no time to aim my phone because those varmints are fast. No, that isn’t a sunset. That is a San Diego sunrise. My relief officer didn’t show up, so I had to pull a double shift. As bad […]

via I worked a 16-hour shift yesterday, but I did finally get a really bad photo of one of those sneaky coyotes… — Pouring My Art Out.

Better photo than the fox I took a photo in a local cemetery. I was warned a family of foxes lived there, but hadn’t seen one until a few years ago. The fox did not want to stand still for a photo op.

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3 Responses to I worked a 16-hour shift yesterday, but I did finally get a really bad photo of one of those sneaky coyotes… — Pouring My Art Out

  1. V says:

    You have coyotes in your yard? THAT’S INSANE!

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    • That was a re-blog. The closest thing to a coyote has been a opossum that I found in the street in front of my place. It tried to cross the street, a fairly non-busy street, but it wasn’t fast enough for the vehicle that made it roadkill. That’s the second one in my neighborhood that lost the crossing the street lottery in the last 9 months. Have an occasional raccoon show up and smelled a few skunks who sprayed someone in the area.

      I am deep enough in a good-sized city (400K, not counting the metro area) that I shouldn’t see anywhere near as many “critters” as I do.

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