Tony thinks it's a porcupine.Or a dingo.
Mmmmmm....that husband of yours is rooly smart! Very close to a dingo!He's been watching Steve Irwin, right?You can't be the first commenter (or commentor) and nearly get it right!!
I guess it is a fur of your dog!A macro photo.
It's the reason the girl in yesterday's pic was scratching her head!:-)P
Whoa Sonia! - that would be some super, SUPER close macro!!
BITINGMIDGE (they're nasty little buggers those!)I'm hoping she wouldn't have seen one in the supermarket(!?!)
um..... that was me .... up there....ie: previous comment.
It's obviously Vince with 5 days stubble..Or is it some roadkill.... I'm still waiting for the grossness that was promised
Is this enough - something is growing with a great power :)I wish you growing happiness for this week !
RICHARD - if only you knew how close to the truth that is (poor hairy Vince)!NO! It's not roadkill.You're an impatient bugger.Grossness will be coming up on Thursday - okay?
LEENA - it IS growing with a great power!It's asking to be touched, isn't it?Hope you have a good week too, Leena - hope to see you back on your blog soon!
One thing's for sure: This thing makes it easy to keep my after-easter-diet. *yikes* ;-)))Happy Easter Monday!
Looks like bamboo shoots or some kind of grass. I hope you have a nice week to match your very nice photo.Abraham Lincoln in Brookville, Ohio.
VFB - what??!!You can't eat it!
OML - No - it's a critter!
It's an Echidna!A native Australian animal.We came across him in the bush on the week-end.He rolled up in a little ball and burrowed into the earth.Even though I have seen echidnas before, I was really struck by how hairy he was!Echidnas are one of only two monotremes in the world (the other is a platypus).A monotreme is a mammal that lays eggs.AND - he can use electroreception - like a shark!
Ah! An Echidna! Great photo, Letitia!