Have any pictures to share?
so will leave it up to the steady ones. Cheers!
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the train race had better be going away from the viewer, imo.
be well and have a good one.
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Looks like a train wreck waiting to happen... LOL
We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.
Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.
both - Albert Einstein
Visitors to my backyard. The quail is perched on a pile of branches in which he and his mate have made a nest.
yours look like prairie types
We've the fatter low riders in the grass
It's a desert cottontail. Those big wide ears help with heat dispersal. My favorite is the desert hare. They're way bigger than regular bunnies, weighing up to 10 lbs and length up to 2 feet.
great pix edg! I love yer Gambell's Quail.
That ginormous rabbit in southern AZ is the Antelope Jackrabbit.
Like other jackrabbits (Black-tailed is the common one), they are hares, not rabbits (the two groups of 'rabbits'). Gadzooks they are big! And beautiful with that mostly white side.
I have several branch/stick piles around the yard, the birds are nuts about them, great to see you using them too!
Some African Iris' from my front yard.
I picked the wrong pandemic to quite sniffing glue.
beautiful photos SP! Gorgeous flowers!
#3 beautiful photos SP! Gorgeous flowers!
Can you make the second image of the irises into wallpaper for me?
I'll just have to get a bigger printer.
Are the diabetes bi-racials
I'm still waiting to hear back from the CDC.
Hope everyone is doing good and getting better! Good to see you QMS, great pix you posted, and thanks for the hosted.
In the upper right of the 50-60' Cypress Tree is a Red-tailed Hawk nest.
Here are a couple of the nestlings mostly grown but still downy on head.
This was the one I named Bernie.
This was the last juvenile begging at the nest, just after taking flight.
Be well amigos!
I wish those babies a great future.
in the UK that is.
Also, too, thanks QMS.
from a reasonably stable genius.
Looks like a very inspiring place to reside.
Thanks for the homage to photography, in colour and monochrome.
For colour, I’m going for emerald …
Neat pic Janis! Is that an alga?
can't fool you with a change of direction ; ).
Next time I think I'll take a taste.
#7 Neat pic Janis! Is that an alga?
From the beach after a big rain
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are those the remnants of tent spiders?
living in tents
on the beach
Your season is heading toward beach territory, mine toward fire side.
Some yahoos make me want to change species!