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  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    Backyard Wildlife.

    Set up the gear and placed a handful of uneaten chips onto the table and waited for the Starlings to appear ........ which they did...... in a matter of minutes and it took only seconds for them to devour the feast........ ...... Added some textur...

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  • Avatar : Pete

    Blue tits nesting - hopefully!

    The blue tits are back in the garden nest box again. This year there was less effort working on the hole, and now they're preparing the nest. Last year the neighbour's cat caused them to abandon the nest before eggs were hatched. Hopefully the same w...

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    • Posted by : Pete
    •  1 Apr 2014 6:24PM
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  • Avatar : conrad

    Jurassic Park

    I don't often see things in real life that remind me of the Jurassic Park films, but last weekend I did. I had no idea what this was at first, had to read the sign to shed some light on the matter, but 'Jurassic Park' really was the first thing I tho...

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    • Posted by : conrad
    •  29 Aug 2013 3:38PM
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  • Avatar : cattyal

    Photo 365 - Number 148 - Skull

    If anyone has any ideas on how to make the evenings longer I'd be grateful for suggestions - I seem to have been faffing about all evening and still haven't done half of the stuff I want to get done - it won't be long before I simply throw in the tow...

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  • Avatar : discreetphoton

    Day 92: Grey Heron

    The other day I was asked about background separation. The shot you see here was taken this morning at a distance of 94.4 metres (as measured by the camera), and is a 20% crop of the frame coverage. Looking at the reeds in the background, and th...

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  • Avatar : Pete

    Photo365 - 154 - skull

    I'm not sure why but skulls fascinate me. This one taken this morning on a garden table is of a medium sized bird -probably a blackbird or starling. It was found in a shed. I used the Pentax K20 and 100mm macro.

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