On the road to Connemara, Ireland, headed toward the 12 Bens (hills).
I've never seen (or smelt) a skunk in real life, but I wouldn't want to disturb one either.
Oh ya.....stinky poo!!! [I remember once, when I was a youngster, my dad hit one while driving on a country road...it survived - at least it continued across the road as we drove on]....but oh the car stunk and made us all quite nauseated]But all in all, such a sweet looking bunch of photos.
Just wanted to say Good Morning! And ewwwww to the skunk!
Walk quietly? How about "run madly" in the opposite direction? I think I'm more afraid of these than tigers....tho' I've not seen any Tigers in my yard lately. Brave capture.
You got that right! ewwwwww
I've always found skunks fascinating or should I say stories about them, can't imagine what the smell is like! Very well captured Linda.
Good advice. A fine series of this pretty but not-too-liked critter.
Sam and I occasionally see one of these sniffing around in one of these in our yard or a neighbor's yard in the early morning. We stay clear of them! I do think they're kinda cute though (in a stinky kind of way.....!).Pam (and Sam)
Oh dear! You are not kidding! Great captures, Linda. :)
Oh,Gee! I would be walking very quietly around this dude. Great sighting and photos.
Gosh, going by the comments the sweet, cute looking ol' skunk really must have an odour!!! I mostly remember skunks featured in cartoons of yesteryear (wasn't there a French one?) They sure are pretty though Linda!
great shots, i really enjoyed those photos of a skunk. thank you. they are pretty critters i can't imagine that odour...
The James' in Dendron (Norman, Billy, Milton, Selinda, Lena & Eddie) had a skunk named (drumroll) Stinky. I believe it's scent sac had been removed.
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