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He was hanging around for a couple of weeks.



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"Nature scares me" a quote by my friend Bob after a rough day at sea.
 
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I didn't take this photograph today, but I finally got around to editing it today.

First try at black background by Tim, on Flickr


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Another shot I didn't take today but did finally process today. More learning about properly using Lightroom. I think it's improving.

Better move, son, I want that hay by Tim, on Flickr


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He was hanging around for a couple of weeks.



I've had one of these on my back proch for about a week! Praying Mantis are so cool!

Unfortunately, the only pics I have taken lately are of my Jeep's valve body....





Rebuilding that was fun....
 
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Some Eagles





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May I ask what state you live in?


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I like the camouflage ... its like they're invisible!


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I did a work project in Malaysia a few years back, and out in the boonies locals would find the biggest Mantis' they could and with thread tie them to each post of their raised sleeping platforms. They never had to worry about other crawling insects!


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Just a couple portraits of my Dobermans. They were nice enough to actually sit still for a moment to allow this to occur.

Dobermans near a pond by Tim, on Flickr

Dobermans in the woods by Tim, on Flickr


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The Rosette Nebula is a cloud of gas and dust about 130 light years in diameter, lying approximately 5000 light years from our Solar System in the direction of the constellation of Monoceros. The mass of the nebula is estimated at 10 thousand Solar masses, even though it is just a small part of a much larger region of gas and dust spanning the entire constellation. The Rosette would appear as large as the full Moon if it were visible to the eye, but it is so faint that visual observation is difficult even with telescopes.



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Wow! Beautiful Dobermans!
 
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Thanks, k5blazer! I've been very happy with these guys. They're a good conversation starter too, and a hell of an alarm system.

Here's what I photographed last night:

Flaming pallets by Tim, on Flickr

Flaming pallets 2 by Tim, on Flickr


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My church has placed a lighted tree in the "Lantern" of its Steeple:

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by David Casteel, on Flickr

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Great time of the season for ducks!
Male Wood Duck

 
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Very pretty duck!

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Rabbit Tobacco and a small ML straight back.






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_DSC1374-1-3 by Tim, on Flickr

_DSC1322-1 by Tim, on Flickr


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Spicy Chinese food over the weekend. They use these sichuan peppercorns that make your mouth go numb. It's like licking a 9-volt battery.

 
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