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Bobcat sharpening its claws on a tree branch    I was surprised to see how cat-like bobcats (Lynx rufus) are.  They are about twice the size of a house cat, have a whiskered face, black-tufted ears, and stubby tails,  (the tail can seen in one of the other shots accessed from the link below)    In answer to Dycasstudios questions, this was shot at a wildlife preserve that has a number of species indigenous to the northern Great Lakes forest.  Because the cat was overhead (and felt safe) it was possible to get fairly close.  The low light in the forest and the rain meant I had to hike the ISO to 1600 in order to get a bit of DOF and speed.     Several other shots of this photogenic bobcat can be seen here: http://goo.gl/08IkDg    02/08/14 allenfotowild.com
09-02-2014 - Air Force Academy  - Chapel         Link to Photo Without Frame
September 2, 2014  I love old buildings, the theatres of old, ghost signs, and old neon signs.  All of those things I love are wrapped up in this great old neon ghost sign from the Altamont (Utah) theatre, that I'm sure has been closed for many years.  Nevertheless, it's sign and the building are still intact.  Hope you enjoy this old throwback to bygone years when we (or at least those of my age) could go to the movie theater with 50 cents, pay the admission, get a drink, a bag of popcorn and a candy bar and have a great afternoon.  "I prefer the old theaters because the audience is... trapped." ~ Jerry Seinfeld  Cheers!  Linda http://lgood.smugmug.com
Ella.  This is Ella our 127 pound female newfoundland.  She is swimming in our pool - her second favorite thing to do - the first being eating everything and anything she can get.
Sept.2 Ready to ride.  Thanks for putting my Watermelon cake in the top 5 yesterday. The recipe for the watermelon cake can be found here - http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/watermelon-cake.html Be sure to pat the watermelon to dry out the sides before applying the whipped cream.
For Sept.2,2014  Confederation Park in the evening. She was dancing toward me and I smiled but her sister said,"she wants you to take her picture". The front shot was blurry but I know she'd appreciate even this "after shot"! She was cute and maybe 14 or 15.    Lots of go cart, pool, sea do, boats , and swimmer pictures but I will torture you all week with them! It will keep summer here for awhile !!!   Go Tigers!! They won!
A circle crop, spherized, created this transformation of a view of a bug-riddled leaf screening a hisbiscus bloom.  (This isn't a composite of a leaf from one shot and a bloom from another.  It's the actual arrangement of the two elements.)  DP245-2014  Posted September 2; created September 1 Thanks to all you good sports who commented on yesterday's tom-foolery in my 'Double Inversion' post.  From a photo taken August 27. Title:  Fooling Around with Filters
9-2-14 Scan.  Shot in 2000.
September 2, 2104  The hubby and I took a road trip on Monday to find and shoot the 4 remaining quilts throughout our county.  This is the ninth in a series of 12 quilts located in Carroll County Maryland and part of the American Quilt Trail Movement. This quilt was very difficult to locate, we went to the address but couldn’t find the quilt.   Turns out, our iPhone maps were taking us to a location no where near the actual quilt.  I finally looked up the farm and we drove in that general direction, we spotted it by pure luck.  We drove up  to the farm and I had to get out a walk a bit to talk this photo.  Out of nowhere comes this german shepherd looking dog.  Too bad my husband didn’t have a video going, to see me running with my camera and jumping into the truck surely would have been a funniest home video!  The Tulips in a Basket is located at: ZigZag Acres 1401 New Windsor Rd, New Windsor. Its actually off Rt 31.  To see if the movement is in your town go to: http://barnquiltinfo.com
September 2, 2014 Can't go wrong with a little rust especially when there are bricks involved.  ;-)  Thank you for your comments on the lake photo yesterday, they were and always are much appreciated.   Busy day filming with CPS adoption services again.  I will comment when I can   Jeanne
SEPT 2 2014 Still in the ocean,
Some golf course in Scituate, Ma. that I happened to be driving by after shooting sunrise.
9/2/14 -  An artist at the Cherry Creek Art Festival  Thanks for your comments on my shot of Famous Dave's logo...much appreciated!
Sept 2 - In My Sister's Garden
Bobcat sharpening its claws on a tree branch

I was surprised to see how cat-like bobcats (Lynx rufus) are. They are about twice the size of a house cat, have a whiskered face, black-tufted ears, and stubby tails, (the tail can seen in one of the other shots accessed from the link below)

In answer to Dycasstudios questions, this was shot at a wildlife preserve that has a number of species indigenous to the northern Great Lakes forest. Because the cat was overhead (and felt safe) it was possible to get fairly close. The low light in the forest and the rain meant I had to hike the ISO to 1600 in order to get a bit of DOF and speed.

Several other shots of this photogenic bobcat can be seen here: http://goo.gl/08IkDg

02/08/14 allenfotowild.com

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Bobcat sharpening its claws on a tree branch    I was surprised to see how cat-like bobcats (Lynx rufus) are.  They are about twice the size of a house cat, have a whiskered face, black-tufted ears, and stubby tails,  (the tail can seen in one of the other shots accessed from the link below)    In answer to Dycasstudios questions, this was shot at a wildlife preserve that has a number of species indigenous to the northern Great Lakes forest.  Because the cat was overhead (and felt safe) it was possible to get fairly close.  The low light in the forest and the rain meant I had to hike the ISO to 1600 in order to get a bit of DOF and speed.     Several other shots of this photogenic bobcat can be seen here: http://goo.gl/08IkDg    02/08/14 allenfotowild.com
Bobcat sharpening its claws on a tree branch

I was surprised to see how cat-like bobcats (Lynx rufus) are. They are about twice the size of a house cat, have a whiskered face, black-tufted ears, and stubby tails, (the tail can seen in one of the other shots accessed from the link below)

In answer to Dycasstudios questions, this was shot at a wildlife preserve that has a number of species indigenous to the northern Great Lakes forest. Because the cat was overhead (and felt safe) it was possible to get fairly close. The low light in the forest and the rain meant I had to hike the ISO to 1600 in order to get a bit of DOF and speed.

Several other shots of this photogenic bobcat can be seen here: http://goo.gl/08IkDg

02/08/14 allenfotowild.com

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