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Trumpeter  Swan by tonyguitar

Trumpeter Swan

Looked up these swans in flight in Google images. Noticed very few images in flight near water. So this could be a project. Trumpeters are the largest of North American birds. 35 pounds. Wing spread to 8 feet. Will keep trying. Thanks for your support. TG

By: tonyguitar

Home by Pjharps

Home

If a snail image could rate hanging on your living room wall,.. this is it. A real beauty, composition included. TG

By: Pjharps

splashing swan by pinkcandy40

splashing swan

A mute swan by the look of it. Serious energy for a proper bath. TG

By: pinkcandy40

Venice Sunset by fargon

Venice Sunset

A too - loose Latrec painting. You find art like this matted and hanging in executive offices after they pay 15 thousand pounds or 20 thousand dollars for it. TG

By: fargon

Weasel by StrayCat

Weasel

Consider yourself blessed. Very few people get to see these clever hunters. A fine standing portrait near the tree. TG

By: StrayCat

Night Sceen in Pontivy Town Center North Brittany by brianfrance1

Night Sceen in Pontivy Town Center North Brittany

Falling lights and colours are great in this well composed street scene. I like this a lot. TG

By: brianfrance1

Fall Foliage by 1seeu

Fall Foliage

This water colour is usually due to chemistry or glacial runoff. Makes for a beautiful scene in the fall. TG

By: 1seeu

"Miniature Landscape" by RonnieAG

"Miniature Landscape"

This is a rich and colourful image with the perfect POV. TG

By: RonnieAG

A Man and his Best Friends... by megamuff8

A Man and his Best Friends...

The most reliable of all friends and soo good looking too. Happiness! TG

By: megamuff8

Bittern..... by MD2009

Bittern.....

More difficult to get than the secretive green heron, I think. Love those reed green legs and feet. TG

By: MD2009

Finding brunch is no picnic... by Fred263

Finding brunch is no picnic...

If you tied rope to both ends of a 24 foot piece of lumber and dragged a big clear area for him. You would earn his gratitude. Then you could collect many more images. TG

By: Fred263

Lhotse by PaulHolloway

Lhotse

Massive pillars of super coloured rock. Clouds rolling down the cuts just like they do here in our Beaufort mountains. TG

By: PaulHolloway

Lobster Creels by MunroWalker

Lobster Creels

In Shediac Beach New Brunswick Canada, we call these lobster pots. Same thing, different custom. I thought this was Western Red for a moment. An excellent colour composition. TG

By: MunroWalker

Redditch lake by ianball

Redditch lake

Dragonfly wing transluscense in the sails is a nice touch. TG

By: ianball

Theo by georgiepoolie

Theo

This is a lifetime keeper. Worthy of framing for gifts to grand parents and distant relatives. TG

By: georgiepoolie

Mercat de la Boqueria by parallax

Mercat de la Boqueria

In this style of image, a real winner. TG

By: parallax

Burrowing owl by kathrynlouise

Burrowing owl

All the intimate detail is there on a subject few can resist. Superb image. TG

By: kathrynlouise

Painted Lady-Vanessa cardui. by Badgerfred

Painted Lady-Vanessa cardui.

The colour harmony is good along with fine macro detail. TG

By: Badgerfred

Farm Buildings by taggart

Farm Buildings

Totally similar in either the U.K. or Canada. No one could say where this was merely by looking. Enjoyed farm life on holidays during childhood so has real meaning for me. TG

By: taggart

Grand Mosque in Oman by Cotswold88

Grand Mosque in Oman

I wish there were less shooting and more mosque building. Often these are the most beautiful of all human made structures.
PS: So true about the circular polarizer. They always seem to help in harsh sunny daylight. TG

By: Cotswold88

STRANDED by 103322

STRANDED

Not about to rescue anyone without oars. Very appealing colours and comp. TG

By: 103322

Avocet by martin174

Avocet

Gotta be one of the most odd of water birds. TG

By: martin174

Young Great Crested Grebe by Ted447

Young Great Crested Grebe

It's a wonder the French don't claim this as a national bird. Has that elegant flair for style and grace. TG

By: Ted447

Hanging Out with the Guys by SlowSong

Hanging Out with the Guys

A wonderful image. Raises so many questions. Girls seem bored with a 'prescribed' visit. Complex and entertaining. TG

By: SlowSong

eaten by colin beeley

eaten

Damaged mushrooms never looked so good. A real credit to the camera man. TG

By: colin beeley

Aberfoyle Church. by myrab

Aberfoyle Church.

This is the ideal light for all castles and old churches. Makes an image into art. Glowing beauty. TG

By: myrab

Round & Round by raywalker

Round & Round

Is this a type of merganser. Has a merganser like bill. What a beauty in design. Never saw one of these until now. I hope he eventually nailed that pesky flea. TG

By: raywalker

Old radio with sheet music. by jbsaladino

Old radio with sheet music.

I have always been a radio buff. That looks like 1930s gear. The magazines are fun to see from that era as well. I have eight amateur / ' ham ' radio magazines from about 1937. The valve or tube makers have big industrial looking buildings in their ads to inspire confidence. So many different brands of supposedly ' huge ' firms. Only a few like RCA, Motorola, and Marconi are still in business today. These magazines could be worth $hundreds as they are so full of important history. They contain great images galore. TG

By: jbsaladino

The main alter in Sherborne Abbey by deavilin

The main alter in Sherborne Abbey

The very low angle makes all the difference. Nice work! TG

By: deavilin

feed the birds by debbiegee

feed the birds

I notice a pigeon in the group. They mix in our area by the sea as well. TG

By: debbiegee