Charming Companion On A Cold Winter’s Day

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The camera is like a friend and you can go places and feel like you’re with someone, like you have a companion.

Annie Leibovitz

26 Replies to “Charming Companion On A Cold Winter’s Day”

      1. this might sound cruel but if you have a basement or barn with a mouse problem put a trap out.Once dispatched,put it on a post.Keep a eye out for activity.Even If you miss it being taken,It’ll come back to that spot to check for more.I bet any Owl’s around would be pleased as punch for a winters snack as well.They need more caloric food in the winter.The cold demands more energy to keep warm & so more food.

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      2. Over the last couple of weeks, I have heard an owl at night and would love to bribe him to visit. Any chance I could convince them they might like peanuts? I’m not a fan of dealing with mice, so I’m just going to hope that the hawk is telling everyone in the neighborhood how much fun it was to hang out with me.😁


  1. Wonderful pictures and perfect quote. My camera has certainly been a charming companion to me in tough times. It stares at me sometimes and urges me out of the house if I’ve not taken any photos for a day or two.

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