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03-19-2019, 12:18 PM   #44836
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Affection. The little dog, new to agility, couldn't make it all the way around the course. I don't think its owner really cares.
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Bear- Taxidermist product - Johannesburg Zoo
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"C" is for Collingswood

Collingswood: Public Service Building

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Elephant, inexplicably sporting a gecko. Do geckos cling to elephants the way barnacles attach to some whales or remoras to sharks?.
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G is for Giant

Giant Indian Fruit Bat aka Flying Fox

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Jump. Easy to get images such as this at an agility trial, but the very high ISO required by the poor lighting means a lot of noise, and 1/1000 sec is no where near short enough to avoid blur. ISO 3200 here only allowed 1/160 sec. Blursville (across the tracks down by the swamp from Margaritaville)
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"K" is for Kitsch

An outfit in a 1960's Art & Fashion Exhibit at San Francisco's Museum of Art
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Nudes (are you guys paying attention now?). An early cartoon by Renoir when he was shifting to female figures as a subject. I think the artist's skill is especially evident in the rendering of the face of the reclining woman.
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