Skink’s Tail It’s the longest tail of a Blue-Tailed Skink I’ve ever seen. I found it on the floor of our garage and immediately knew it was a “gift” from The Hunter who lives next door. Sure enough, The Hunter was just around the corner of the house… Not long after I acknowledged him and his…
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View from the parking lot of the bank in Cleveland, Georgia See more interesting odd ball photos or join Cee’s challenge here.
This strange little tree branch has been there for two or three years. I finally photographed it a couple of weeks ago. You can check out more odd ball photos or join Cee’s challenge here.
These are actually seed pods from the sweetgum tree. Grandson Ben and our little next-door neighbor girl gathered these from our perennial garden last month. Sweetgum trees don’t produce these seed pods until they are at least 20 years old, but once they begin producing, they drop hundreds of them. You can see more odd…
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It’s supposed to be a solar-powered light that comes on as it begins to get dark outside. Unfortunately, the light no longer works, but I do love this solar chicken. The colors are so vibrant and cheery! See more odd ball photos or participate in Cee’s challenge here.
Love these crazy, curly tree limbs! View more odd ball photos or join Cee’s challenge here.
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Cherokee Masks Traditional masks of the Cherokee tribe are made from gourds or wood and colored with natural dyes, paint, clay, or charcoal. They are worn during some traditional dances in order to disguise the identities of the dancers. In other dances, a mask is worn only by the lead dancer in order to identify the dance…