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11-18-2013, 04:47 PM - 1 Like   #10591
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D for DRAFT (DRAUGHT, DRAY) HORSE.


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E - Eagle flying across English Bay.
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F is for Feline (Her name is Georgia which is good for G)

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You cat owners have it so easy. Try f/1.7 on a dog that close, and you have to choose whether the eyes or nose is in focus. That's a great picture, though.

H is for Hungarian Hound. Little historic note: back in the day (way back, as in 14th century), "hound" (from German hund) was used to refer to any domestic canine, while "dog" (from Middle English dogge) was a specific type of "hound." Nowadays, it's the other way around. "Hound" is pretty much reserved for hunting breeds, like this Vizsla.



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Imaging dogs - I is for INTENSE, which describes both this aussie and also, of course, border collies when doing agility.

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11-18-2013, 10:44 PM   #10596
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J for Jump

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A catch 22 for some perhaps- K-Knee caps, the catch 22 reference being that no doubt some of us would not like such huge and hard knee caps, and others, well yes, they would prefer to have something as durable as this for knee caps.
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Wonderfully creative sculpture. Creative eyes see things differently.

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L for LOFTY CEILING. This aisle is narrower than the adjacent nave, so the ceiling seems even higher.

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M is for Mushroom, this one is about the size of a match head.

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N - National - Canadian National is one of the two major railways in Canada. CN has over 21,000 miles of track, and CP (Canadian Pacific) has over 14,000 miles of track.
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P is for Polygraph. (A local antique shop was selling this one. About 6ft / 2m tall, and supposedly still "working".)


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The question is-Did you buy it?
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QuoteOriginally posted by noelcmn Quote
The question is-Did you buy it?
No, and I'm willing to take a lie detector test to prove it!
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