Although Lucy is always ready for a game of Chuck-it!, she still keeps an eye on things.
This fox and I regarded one another with a mutually safe distance between us.
On a gloomy afternoon, a Snowy Owl watches me watch him.
A House Sparrow keeps a watchful eye on me as it cracks open a sunflower seed.
Lucy keeps a sharp eye out for squirrels or any other animals that might dare to trespass in our back yard.
Please accept my apologies for going dark for several days. Computer issues have kept me off line.
The Alert One ensures that all is in order.
I was very kindly allowed to bring Achilles to work. At one point, he positioned himself at the entrance, where he could watch the world go by.
When I arrived home this attractive little rabbit was crouched between the car and the gate. It waited, watched while I got out and edged circuituously by, dashing off only when I was about six feet away.
Our backyard is songbird friendly so we prefer that the neighbourhood cats stay clear of the backyard. A cat was unfamiliar with the rule and Achilles busted it trespassing so it was compelled to seek shelter up a tree. Achilles kept a watchful eye for about 90 minutes until we all went inside, giving kitty a chance to escape.