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    Or these?















    Thanks and sorry to hog the page

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    When I want to look at wild animals I watch "Jerry Springer Show".

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    Agatha, that's an incredible shot! And emiellucifuge, those are some really unusual looking birds! I'll see if my huge book of world birds can help iding them later tonight.

    Here are some shots my brother and I shot this summer. He's much more serious avian photographer than I, but his enthusiasm is infectious.

    Wood Duck


    Immature Bald Eagle


    Harbor Seals


    Northern Flicker

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    Thanks Falstaft, they were taken in Southern Africa if that helps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LindenLea View Post
    .. The photos are stunning, I really must contribute a couple ..
    Yes please!

    I like taking photos of ordinary things.

    Ann

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    Love this topic... I've got some photos here, these two of the several I've taken I particularly like, even though there's nothing at all special about them... I just like them.





    Hmm... a lot of my favorite pictures involve the sky somehow. I must rather like the sky.
    You get a frog in your throat, you sound hoarse.

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    Hi WV, i particularly like the second one, but oerhaps you should crop out the little bit of tree at the bottom. The sky is interesting as it can contain so many colours.

    This was taken in Iceland:

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    Visited here a few years ago, don't at all live close to it. But y'all in Europe wish you had this!
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    Yes we do

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    Quote Originally Posted by World Violist View Post
    Hmm... a lot of my favorite pictures involve the sky somehow. I must rather like the sky.
    I share that. After all, the sky represents roughly half of what we see when we're outdoors, so there's a lot of it to like.

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    Lyme Regis, Dorset, taken about a week ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emiellucifuge View Post
    Hi WV, i particularly like the second one, but oerhaps you should crop out the little bit of tree at the bottom. The sky is interesting as it can contain so many colours.
    Yes, sorry about that. I'd taken that picture about two and a half years ago I think, and never thought to crop it, and never got around to it whenever I did think about it.
    You get a frog in your throat, you sound hoarse.

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    Some images from Yellowstone taken this past July:









    On the way back, we stopped by a place in Wyoming where my father used to live. There was once an oil field camp on this spot. Note the pronghorns in the distance:


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    It snowed today, so I took pictures.


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