Wednesday, August 29

Wordless Wednesday



20 comments:

Linda said...

This picture was taken through a glass door. It is on my son's back patio. The raccoon is trying to get to a bird feeder.

Skittles said...

I was going to ask what he was going after as he seemed to be on a mission! Great shot!

Lazy Daisy said...

Determined little fellow isn't he?

pelfy said...

Hey, that's a good shot! I seldom get to take pictures of animals because I am afraid of them. Ha! Ha! Have a great day!

Gattina said...

What a cute visitor, lol ! Looks very exotic to me, because besides cats and squirrels nothing else can climb here !

Debbie said...

What a great shot!

Blessings to you.

Akelamalu said...

What a great photograph!

Write From Karen said...

He looks so focused on getting there, too.

tegdirb92 said...

wow, that would have scared me to death!!

Suzy said...

How cute is that!!!!Thanks for stoppin' by!!

Edward c. foster said...

Looks like you need to get the gun.

Ed

Mama Pajama said...

In our first apartment we had three racoons that hung out in the main dumpster for the complex. My husband, being Cajun, named them: Boudreaux, Thibodeaux, and Fontenot. This reminded me of them : )

Melanie said...

He seems quite determined!

Courtney said...

Oh my, determined little sucker, isn't he?

It's a FLIP-FLOP World said...

Oh I see...another sneaky one trying to get to a bird feeder..only a little smaller than mine last week!! CUTE..raccoons are cute but really can make a mess of things. Sandy you are going to be fine for tomorrow...

Baba/night owl said...

I hate raccoons.... They use to come on our front porch,when we had a outside cat and food was there.My husband would trap them in a cage and the animal control people would pick them up and carry them away. Baba

Kay in PA said...

He is sooo cute!

Sandy said...

cool shot... I use to see raccoons a lot in the south, but none here in AZ.

FRIGGA said...

How funny - was he successful?

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Pann said...

Oh those rascally racoons!