Monday, 3 August 2009

Fox Hunt

 
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My daughter in Australia sent me this. A good lesson:

REMEMBER WHEN YOU ARE IN DEEP TROUBLE, LOOK STRAIGHT AHEAD,
KEEP YOUR MOUTH SHUT & SAY NOTHING..

52 comments:

Abraham Lincoln said...

Fabulous. I didn't see the fox at first. LOL

Leora said...

Oh, what a marvelous photo!

Dina said...

Could that really happen??!!
Well then, I will remember your advice. Good one, Wil!

Anya said...

GEWELDIG
Super foto :)
Een hele goeie foto !!!!!
Hoe is t mogelijk om zo'n foto te maken ;)

AL said...

Hello Wil,

The quote is so true, silence is the best defense! Photos of dogs are marvelous I love dogs.

Thanks for dropping by my blog.

"You can't stay in your corner of the forest waiting for others to come to you. You have to go to them sometimes."

AL

Vicki Lane said...

Good one, Wil! Even after the havoc foxes wrought in our hen house, I still have a soft spot for them.

AL said...

It's me again, I read your comment on my other blog, and I'm glad you enjoyed it. The place is in the island of Palawan, Philippines. Do you wanna come?

AL

cherie said...

oh wow, missed the fox, too, at first look, haha! good one, ms. wil! please say thank you to your daughter!

Pam said...

OK, that was a good one Wil...
I had to look at the photo twice before I saw the fox hiding in plain sight... right in the middle of the pack hounds.
Thanks for my morning chuckle :D

Marites said...

that's really cool picture and a very wise advice :) have a good week ahead!

Texas Travelers said...

This is great.
come visit

Carol @ TheWritersPorch said...

GREAT ADVICE! AWESOME SHOT!

Margaret said...

GREAT photo...one of stealth and trust..(smile)...I love the saying that you attached to it..
Have a great week in the blogosphere!

Patty said...

Clever little fellow isn't he. Hope they didn't get his scent.

The Good Life in Virginia said...

love this...made me chuckle ^..^

Brenda said...

Fabulous! So true also...

Faye Pekas said...

This is just soooo funny. Thats for the laugh!!

Barbara Martin said...

Fitting set of wise words. Love the photo!

Ebie said...

I just can't help to drop a line for this post. Lovely photo. My father used to tell us siblings: silence is golden.

Megha Chhatbar said...

Hey Ms.Wil, This is so true! Lovely photograph with a wonderful moral. I love it!

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Megha Chhatbar said...

Hey Thanks Ms. Wil. No I was not flying at that time..U can see small aeroplane in the photograph..:)

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Hi Ms. Wil, I have an award for you on my blog...:)

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Wolynski said...

What a great photo. But if you're in trouble, shouldn't you yell for help?

kjpweb said...

That is funny!
Cheers, Klaus

Luiz Santilli Jr said...

Lovely dogs!
If you can visit and leave a comment here!
You aided to construct this idea!
TODAY'S FLOWERS FIRST ANNIVERSARY

Hugs,
Luiz

Jo said...

That is one COOL-HEADED fox. I don't know if I could be so calm if I was in his shoes...

Smart Mouth Broad said...

I'll have to remember that. Great photo and I just wanted to say again, that little dog on your banner never fails to make me smile! :-) Thanks, dear friend.

napaboaniya said...

The fox sure looks pretty much like the dogs. Nice camouflage!!

Bonnie Bonsai said...

Ayyyy, that is so scary. I certainly won't look at them on the eyes.

jeannette stgermain said...

How funny! And so true:) Thanks for sharing, Wil!

Rajesh said...

Fantastic snap. It is really amusing to see all are so quite with the fox right in the middle.

Denise said...

Fantastic and what a chuckle I had on seeing this. Love it, thanks for sharing.

Lauren said...

Hahaha...that is too awesome! Poor little fox :-P

Luiz Santilli Jr said...

Hi Reader Wil

Thanks for visiting our post about First Anniversary of TODAY'S FLOWERS!
I corrected now the reference TF#20!
Really you sent this photo to me!
Sorry my mistake!!

Luiz

flyingstars said...

lovely photo!

Pam said...

That's great!

Vagabonde said...

I had missed the fox until I read Abraham Lincoln’s comment and went back. Could it really be a fox between all these dogs and they all lost their scent? It’s hard to believe. Could it be a trick pic you daughter sent? If not, all these dogs should have their nose checked.

Miss_Yves said...

Le conseil est amusant!
La photo de groupe est très réussie!

Pacey said...

What a profound saying and very true Wil. Love the composition of this photo. Thanks for sharing and for the visit too. Groetjes!

"Silence is the best weapon"

Pouty Lips said...

What great advice. I meant to comment on the photo and then read the quote.

Etje said...

Eindelijk is de pc terug in orde, was een ganse week buiten gebruik. Hopelijk zit ik nu weer safe voor een ganse tijd.

Groetjes

antigoni said...

Great advice! But it's very hard for me to keep my mouth shut.
The new born baby isn't my sister's. It's my sister's in law.

antigoni said...

My sister in law had the baby and my sister, Marina, had therapy after the surgery.

Ann said...

Hi Wil,

This element thing, or Feng Shui is either you beieve it or you don't As I posted, my Dad's family background were Roman catholics and Free Thinkers, we did not believe in them.

But there are people who are staunch believers, every person is born with his 8 characters according to the time of his birth. If a particular child is born lacking an element, they have to makeup for it, otherwise disasters would happen not only to the child but to the family.

Also when it is time to get married, they would find some one whose 8 character matches his/hers.

I am given to understand the Indians do the same.

Cheers,

Ann :)

Babooshka said...

That is an amazing image ans very wise words.

The Tile Lady said...

This is an amazing picture! My brother was looking on, and we became quite amused at the fox! Loved the caption too! Wonderful!

Marie

Glennis said...

Might be a good idea to keep your ears down too!
Good one I like it.

Ann said...

Hi Wil,

I am always happy to share what little I know.

A person's BA JI aka 8 characters will be determined by the time he is born. minute, hour, date, month and year etc. I don't know all the 8.

This is why some mothers opt for casearain birth to give their baby a good BA JI. The purist will say you can't cheat nature.

I was born during the day in the year of the horse. My dad said I was fortunate, because a Chinese horse is not allowed to sleep lying down, the farmer hangs him in a hammock without his legs from touching the floor. They think if a horse sleeps, he won't work hard.

So had I been born at night, I would have a very hard life. Not that I have it easy now LOL Seriously, I have been a very lucky horse, been almost round the world and received a university education. (not available to many Chinese female horses LOL)

Esther Garvi said...

Lol!

3c said...

That image could mean lots and lots of things. An Aesop's fable at a glance.

Lew said...

Super photo! And great advice! Is that the spy among the dogs or a turncoat showing the way?

SandyCarlson said...

I will take that advice!