Of course, if you're the kind of person who doesn't eat anything with a face, you wouldn't find these fellers particularly funny (or edible).
Nancy of Keller's Farmstand says Mother Nature provides the facial quirks, staff provide the eyes.
(Is it me or do you think this potato looks like W.C. Fields?)
(Kilroy, far right.)
Nancy says they try not to name their season's impersonators, given their fates.
Oh, the humanity.
After scoring some homegrown tomatoes, early Jonathan apples and local honey (said to help combat allergies. I'll get back to you on that later.), I arrived home to this guy in the front yard.
See him? Her?
He posed cautiously while I scrambled to unearth my camera.
And then he took off with his dinner.
I was thrilled to see something happening to the anarchist chipmunks that have tunneled our garden and destabilized our patio all the livelong summer.
But when I magnified the image, I realized it was not a chipmunk, but a Robin, poor thing. (I'll spare you the closeup.)
Anyone up on their Illinois birds of prey? Naperville Now likes to know who is cruising the hood.
Joining up with Mrs. Matlock at Alphabe-Thursday this week. Check out the links.