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4-07: A couple of the pups just climbing out from under the shed to play. I was trying to hide behind a little rock wall but these guys obviously heard me or saw me.
2011410 131/365 Jan 14/10    The classic lemon slice in Tonic Water.
Peek-a-boo - Jul 28 2010  This one really cracked me up... I never would have thought that I would see an expression in a caterpillar 'face'. This was just after she laid a whole bunch of eggs, which I regrettably missed. Can't have it all. Thank you all so much for the kind comments on my macro shots, you guys and gals are the best!
Poppy  This one is for Bill Pador. (Poppies help with his pain problem)    shot at Cousin's garden in Ahmedabad.     www.javeri.net
No matter where their little feet may take them, how big they may grow or how dirty they get along the way, as parents, these are the feet we need to nurture.....as eventually, they will walk right out that door.  Happy Father's Day!
The Nashua River, Pepperell, Ma
04/29/2011 Chemtrails at sunset Thank you for your wonderful comments.
The View, Lake Sam Rayburn TX  The view from the camera that is featured in my photo from yesterday.  The colors erupted after sundown as these wispy clouds moved across the horizon to cover the area where the sun had just went down.  It was a very unique sunset for sure.  This is a single 30 second exposure. I used a three-stop soft-step graduated ND filter and a two-stop soft-step graduated ND filter to reduce the exposure above the foreground.  Critiques are always welcome.  UPDATE:  CreativeLIVE is live and FREE with wedding photography master Marcus Bell.  The FREE re-watch just started.  Visit www.creativelive.com/live often over the next three days to get a free education from one of the world's best.  Daily photo: February 6, 2013, taken February 2, 2013
Glazed Over. Woke up to a wintry mix, snow then sleet then rain. And more predicted to come this weekend. Just hope its all snow and not ice! Day 351 (2010.12.17) @sharkbayte
NCSU Horse Farm - January 1, 2011    I hope everyone has a great new years day, and thanks to all for all the great comments this past year.  Jeff
Take-off - Apr 27 2011  This one had enough of the photo shoot and flew away... but not without giving me this shot!
The lady loves danger - Jul 25 2011  You rarely see them on flowers and now I know why... I rescued this one being trapped in a flower heart covered with so much pollen she couldn't get out. I 'cleaned' the lady with some drops of water to rinse off the pollen (there are some left on the legs) and of she went... only to explore another flower...
Hello All,    I really like Male Hooded Mergansers. I feel between the blacks, whites and the awesome crest they are one of the most beautiful ducks.  I’ve viewed many images of this duck, profile shot with crest up (displayed). While this does make for a nice pose I wanted to do something a little different and still show off that incredible crest. So off I went to Forsythe Wildlife Refuge. Luckily I found about a dozen feeding and parked the car to watch. About 3 hours later this male started swimming straight towards me with a strong wind hitting him from behind. I took the shot and was pleased with what I got, something different but still displaying the crest for which they are known. I hope you like the shot and please leave a comment telling me what you think..........Thank You!!!      The Hooded Merganser (Lophodytes cucullatus) is a small duck and is the only member of the genus Lophodytes.    Hooded Mergansers have a crest at the back of the head which can be expanded or contracted. In adult males, this crest has a large white patch, the head is black and the sides of the duck are reddish brown. The adult female has a reddish crest, with much of the rest of the head and body a greyish-brown. The Hooded Merganser has a sawbill but is not classified as a typical merganser.      The Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge is a United States National Wildlife Refuge located in southern New Jersey along the Atlantic coast north of Atlantic City, in Atlantic and Ocean counties. The refuge was created in 1984 out of two existing refuge parcels created to protect tidal wetland and shallow bay habitat for migratory water birds. The Barnegat Division (established in 1967) is located in Ocean County on the inland side of Barnegat Bay. The Brigantine Division (established in 1939) is located approximately 10 miles (16 km) north of Atlantic City along the south bank of the mouth of the Mullica River. The two divisions are separated by approximately 20 miles (32 km). The refuge is located along most active flight paths of the Atlantic Flyway, making it an important link in the network of national wildlife refuges administered nationwide by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Forsythe Refuge is a part of the Hudson River/New York Bight Ecosystem and The New Jersey Coastal Heritage Trail Route. The refuge is named for Edwin B. Forsythe, conservationist Congressman from New Jersey.
Red Rod......Red Rod.....; Here's another shot from my found SD card- Thank you for all your comments on yesterday's yellow Ford!
Silhouette - Aug 5 2010  This shot is an accident, I was waiting a long time to take a picture of this specimen... but they stayed always high up in the bushes. While shooting another butterfly one came flying over my head to land on a leaf just above me. I turned and started taking pictures immediately, but with the 'wrong' settings ending up with this result! I just had to darken the silhouette a bit...   Thanks again for all the nice comments over the last week(s), this is really a super community!
4-07: A couple of the pups just climbing out from under the shed to play. I was trying to hide behind a little rock wall but these guys obviously heard me or saw me.

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4-07: A couple of the pups just climbing out from under the shed to play. I was trying to hide behind a little rock wall but these guys obviously heard me or saw me.
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