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About the book, Confessions of a Knight-Errant Genre: Humorous Fiction Publisher: Cune Press Page Count: 240 pages Publication Date: October 18, 2022 Scroll down for Giveaway! Confessions of a Knight Errant is a comedic, picaresque novel in the tradition of Don Quixote with a flamboyant cast of characters. Dr. Gary Watson is the picaro, a […]
I had to resist the urge to run my hand along my screen. You just want to pat a gorgeous fish like that! The color is almost too much to resist.
When I grow up, my house is gonna have a fish pond. Never mind that I live in the Great White North: we’ll bring ’em in in winter! I’m sure the dog will just love to have new fish-friends.
what a beautiful koi!
Beautiful shot! I had a similar one a couple of weeks ago that I used for a Wordless. If I’d known this theme was coming up I’d have saved it. But since i didn’t I’m glad you had this one!
i enjoy seeing the ripples in the water preceding the fish as it moves about.
but watch out for herons. my sister and her neighbours in Bracebridge, Ontario are losing their fish very quickly as the big birds prepare for migration.
Oh, nice caution, gord. I didn’t know that. And it would be a real shame to lose these fantastic creatures. I could watch koi swim around for hours.
We used to have an aguarium when my boys were small, I used to love to watch the fish swimming around… it’s very calming.
A super photo….. I enjoyed.