Monday, June 13, 2011

We've Got Our Eye on You

Okay, this bit of fun is kinda sorta writing related.

Don't you love this critter's eyelashes?





Can you identify the critter?

I'll reveal the correct answer in my Wednesday Scramble.

25 comments:

Margot Kinberg said...

Pat - Oh, this is fun :-). I'm voting that it's a camel.

Anonymous said...

Ah, I think it is an elephant based on the gorgeous eyelashes...
Jan Morrison

Karen Walker said...

Horse?
Karen

Heidi Windmiller said...

Llama.

Terry Odell said...

Hair's not right for an elephant or llama. I'd go with horse or one of its near kin.

Terry
Terry's Place
Romance with a Twist--of Mystery

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

A horse of course!
Great, now I'm going to have the Mr. Ed theme song in my head all day...

Patricia Stoltey said...

This is more fun than I thought it would be.

Except the wireless is down at my house and I'll only be checking in a couple of times today. C'est la vie...

Talli Roland said...

Llama, camel, horse-type thing?

Cool photo...

Tamela Buhrke said...

Zebra!

Anonymous said...

Its a Cow.

Kathleen said...

It looks like a horse to me, but I suppose it could be a Zebra.

L. Diane Wolfe said...

Our photo club took pictures at a horse farm a couple years ago and all of the horses had long eyelashes. That would be my guess!

Dean K Miller said...

How'd you get such of close up of me? I've never seen you with a camera!

djskrimiblog said...

I also vote for a horse.

April Moore said...

I gotta say that's a cow.:)

The Golden Eagle said...

I would say horse.

Jemi Fraser said...

Hmmm.... a goat???

Elspeth Antonelli said...

My first thought was horse...but other people have guessed that and you haven't said "We've got a winner." Hmmm...

greenwoman said...

Sheep?

Dave Bartlett said...

I seem to remember that Tapirs have very long eyelashes.

Patricia Stoltey said...

I'm back online briefly, but only to say no one has it yet. My apologies for making everyone wait until Wednesday, but I may not have internet access at home for a couple of days so will be catching up a couple of times a day away from the house.

Dean K Miller said...

A hereford steer?

Elizabeth Spann Craig/Riley Adams said...

Donkey! :)

Chuck said...

How bout a bull?

Arlee Bird said...

A gnu? (I love that word) I wanted to say elephant because it made me think of a news story I heard the other day that said elephants tend to be very flirtatious according to a recent study. Who comes up with some of these crazy studies anyway?


Lee
Tossing It Out