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08-24-2016, 12:55 PM   #3511
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QuoteOriginally posted by melander Quote
European Peacock

First time I have ever seen one of these in my hometown. And all of a sudden they are everywhere. And collegues at work say the same, "never seen them before but they are everywhere now"
That is a pretty butterfly. There have been pronounced changes in butterfly populations during my life. When I was a kid, monarchs and cabbage butterflies were abundant, but now both are just here-and-there, not quite rare, but far, far less common that I remember them being, and nothing has really replaced them.

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Damn I would love to have such black balls !
Amazon can make your dreams come true FS! Should work wonders in no time!
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I like #1 & #2 a lot...great little birdie! However, that blue door is my fav!

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Rose mallow blooming in a pot out on our deck.
Fine shot!

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All taken with the Tamron 70-200





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That's a great action capture of the dogs. Single shot or high speed multi-exposure?
And I like the short-faced lizard. He looks quite menacing.
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Here's a macro-ish image of the same rose mallow I posted earlier.
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QuoteOriginally posted by WPRESTO Quote
Here's a macro-ish image of the same rose mallow I posted earlier.
Same type of Stamen that a Hibiscus has, nice detail and crispness.

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Now I know how holes get in leaves.

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:lol But if she is....



Beer good! Gin & tonic better!

I like the last one #4 best in that set FS......great colors in that shot & I love that scarecrow!

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When the big dog squirrel catches this thief, he will be missing some important body parts!


"Yep, you can count on it!"
Eeegads! Shouldn't this be labeled NSFW?

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Eeegads! Shouldn't this be labeled NSFW?
Yeah..if you are a squirrel......or just real squirrely!
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Humpback Whales

D FA* 70-200/2.8

A group of 7-10 whales bubble netting near Juneau, AK
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We are still nursing Bailey (Kidney failure etc) .... here he's having a slow walk along his favourite beach today...... Voigtlander 20/3.5 does an ok job..... size is fantastic.

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QuoteOriginally posted by noelpolar Quote
We are still nursing Bailey (Kidney failure etc) .... here he's having a slow walk along his favourite beach today...... Voigtlander 20/3.5 does an ok job..... size is fantastic.
Wow nice shot!
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QuoteOriginally posted by noelpolar Quote
We are still nursing Bailey (Kidney failure etc) .... here he's having a slow walk along his favourite beach today...... Voigtlander 20/3.5 does an ok job..... size is fantastic.
Nice shot. Adelaide...is where my sister and family lives
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QuoteOriginally posted by Erictator Quote
Nice work as usual Frederick! Is that Ratatouille? You always have great food shots, and I don't know who does your cooking, but it looks like you are quite blessed!
Thank you Eric ! It is a tian provenšal with chicken (it's a traditional dish from Provence, plus chicken breast) I cook it my self
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That's a really nice set. The Sigma 18~35mm seems to deliver fine IQ and color consistently.
Thank you ! Nice little fly and superb flower, like Eric said : inside out Excellent details on the last one !
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FS999 shots could be recognized even if I could not see the poster
Thank you repaap ! Superb shots ! The bokeh on the second shot is wonderful !
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Amazon can make your dreams come true FS! Should work wonders in no time!
Ouch Shouldn't paint do a better job ?
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D FA* 70-200/2.8

A group of 7-10 whales bubble netting near Juneau, AK
That is super cool.
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