Sunday, April 3, 2011

6 Year-Old Females in Their Natural Habitat

On a delicious spring day (the one right before the snow storm) these two females of the species took a blanket and a plate of grapes, strawberries and carrots out to a secluded patch of grass to picnic.
The could be seen leaning towards each other talking, munching, whispering and giggling.
They tried to lure birds with bits of fruit and whistles.
They had infinite things to say, beautiful sunshine to enjoy and the best air to breath.
They stayed in this paradisaical state for as long as possible, which was a long time indeed.


Michael said...

Thanks for documenting that. I love when they get to play together.