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African Violet


Crimson Clover

Shot with Pentax K-1, Sigma 180mm macro lens and Sigma 2x teleconverter


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Posts: 2745 | Location: Boardman, Oregon | Registered: September 19, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
Telling cops where to go for over 25 years
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Out this morning watching the local Eagles doing Eagle stuff...







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From my deck this morning.





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911 what is that the eagle is lugging off for lunch? Going by the feet, it looks like maybe a juvenile turkey?




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no , thats how they give birth Big Grin





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Calderwood Dam from the scenic overlook on US 129 "Tail of the Dragon."

 
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From my deck this morning.

Man that is pretty. I just cant get good shots of the moon with a phone.
 
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911 what is that the eagle is lugging off for lunch? Going by the feet, it looks like maybe a juvenile turkey?


I’m no orntholigist, but I believe it is some type of duck we have gobs of in the area.


*ETA*

After some web searching, I believe it is an “American Coot”. Feet give it away, not a duck, doesn’t have webbed feet. Also called a Mud or Marsh Hen.

Here is one in better condition (not my pic)...







"Where MY free shit?!"

What part of "...Shall not be infringed" don't you understand???



 
Posts: 8073 | Location: Just stumbling through, trying to avoid a premature banjackulation of my own doing... | Registered: February 17, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Hah. Learned something.

My first thought when I saw the black feathers and long neck was "coot" as we have a raft of them around here too, but I always thought they had webbed feets like a duck.

Thanks for getting back to me.




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Heads or Tails





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Tom ?
Tom is that really you ?





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Did this pistol belong to John Lennon?

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I looked into that. It appears the late Mr. Lennon was from the UK. This firearm was from the land of my parents so I do believe it would be:
nein, nein, nein! Big Grin


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From my deck this morning.

Man that is pretty. I just cant get good shots of the moon with a phone.


That is a beauty shot, and yes amazing for a phone!


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My Y2K EDC combo

...still is GTG today!


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My April 1981 Model 63 w/smooth Target stocks


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Caught this guy pretty quick. Smile



Then it started drizzling so I left my rod and bag and went into the woods to wait it out. I was throwing through that opening in the bushes at the lower left. Then it started pouring and kept up for almost an hour. I got soaked to the bone. Frown

I said forget it and I got my gear and headed to the car. When I got to the car it stopped raining. Mad



I rung out my shirt, changed hats, and went back and caught this little guy. Smile



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On the UT/NV border, a beautiful day on some backroads.



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^^That photo makes me want to fire up the Trailhawk and go out looking for a safe spot to shoot! Very nice.


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