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PHILIPPINES III: Dinuguan Anyone?

 
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Apr 23, 2013 23:32 |  #976

Last year the nest of ospreys over the cell tower (3 nest with in 5 minutes from our house) along freeway near our house one of the nest was dismantled by the cell company then last week the ospreys came back and decided to build a nest on top of the power line about 15 feet away from their old nest (cell tower) I saw the nest yesterday and I was like oh no this is dangerous, this afternoon I went back to see the nest and I am glad to see crew from the energy company putting up a new post as high as the power line and build a platform and move the existing nest. I talked to the project manager and told me that it's so dangerous that they need to move it ASAP. They average 4 nest every year and he moved more than 50 nest ever since their avian protection program started. Awesome job they did. Went back this evening and the work was done and already saw the pair of osprey in their brand new nest. What a great job from our local energy provider. Kudos

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Apr 24, 2013 00:41 |  #977

marlonie wrote in post #15860008 (external link)
i like this one, great capture juvar.

Thanks.


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Apr 24, 2013 00:58 |  #978

marlonie wrote in post #15860008 (external link)
wow great capture Mr. Tony

nice sir peter.

great shot paolo

i like this one, great capture juvar.

bw! wohoo great job sir peter. i like it

well done ian.

Thanks Marlon

marlonie wrote in post #15860084 (external link)
Thank you Mr. Tony. I'm glad you like it.

Sir Peter, I reached out to them, initially we started 3 then our group grew when we meet fellow photographers at the site after site. Then we invite them to join us. I also do solo flight sometimes when they are not available.

I also do meetup with fellow filipino photographers at Philly's. It's great to socialize fellow photographers, share ideas and help each other.

thank you Tito Jun

thanks Sir Peter

Awesome I should try some meet ups sometimes.

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From brooklyn bridge here's a view of manhattan bridge at golden hour.
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Great shot Marlon


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Apr 24, 2013 00:59 |  #979

Nice bird shots Juvar...you are lucky with the variety of birds in your subdivision. Great job


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Apr 24, 2013 08:02 |  #980

JuvarAbrera wrote in post #15859913 (external link)
I'm just asking.

There are a lot of pano apps out there for Apple, I was just wondering if you noticed some sort of a "signature" that made you think this way. I know my nephew uses it to post his ski pictures.

marlonie wrote in post #15860094 (external link)
From brooklyn bridge here's a view of manhattan bridge at golden hour.
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I agree with Paolo, all that's missing are the DC3 fly-over the bridge.

Peter2516 wrote in post #15860844 (external link)
Last year the nest of osprey over the cell tower (3 nest with in 5 minutes from our house) along freeway near our house one of the nest was dismantled by the cell company then last week the ospreys came back and decided to build a nest on top of the power line about 15 feet away from their old nest (cell tower) I saw the nest yesterday and I was like oh no this is dangerous, this afternoon I went back to see the nest and I am glad to see crew from the energy company putting up a new post as high as the power line and build a platform and move the existing nest. I talked to the project manager and told me that it's so dangerous that they need to move it ASAP. They average 4 nest every year and he moved more than 50 nest ever since their avian protection program started. Awesome job they did. Went back this evening and the work was done and already saw the pair of osprey in their brand new nest. What a great job from our local energy provider. Kudos

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Nice documentation.

Peter2516 wrote in post #15861026 (external link)
Nice bird shots Juvar...you are lucky with the variety of birds in your subdivision. Great job

I agree.


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Apr 24, 2013 08:05 |  #981

Peter2516 wrote in post #15861026 (external link)
Nice bird shots Juvar...you are lucky with the variety of birds in your subdivision. Great job

Thanks. Gubat po kasi katabi ng subdivision namin. :)


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Apr 24, 2013 08:07 |  #982

Canajun wrote in post #15861656 (external link)
There a lot of pano apps out there for Apple, I was just wondering if you noticed some sort of a "signature" that made you think this way. I know my nephew uses it to post his ski pictures.


I agree with Paolo, all that's missing are the DC3 fly-over the bridge.


Nice documentation.

I agree.

Thank you sir jun. Kumusta na ho weather diyan?


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Apr 24, 2013 09:02 |  #983

Peter2516 wrote in post #15860844 (external link)
Last year the nest of osprey over the cell tower (3 nest with in 5 minutes from our house) along freeway near our house one of the nest was dismantled by the cell company then last week the ospreys came back and decided to build a nest on top of the power line about 15 feet away from their old nest (cell tower) I saw the nest yesterday and I was like oh no this is dangerous, this afternoon I went back to see the nest and I am glad to see crew from the energy company putting up a new post as high as the power line and build a platform and move the existing nest. I talked to the project manager and told me that it's so dangerous that they need to move it ASAP. They average 4 nest every year and he moved more than 50 nest ever since their avian protection program started. Awesome job they did. Went back this evening and the work was done and already saw the pair of osprey in their brand new nest. What a great job from our local energy provider. Kudos

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Great shots and great story Peter, wish this is the case all over the world :)


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Apr 24, 2013 09:03 |  #984

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saweet!! HDR? nice marlon!


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Apr 24, 2013 09:08 |  #985

JuvarAbrera wrote in post #15861667 (external link)
Thanks. Gubat po kasi katabi ng subdivision namin. :)

Ur one lucky dude Juvar! You've been posting some really nice bird photos :)


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Apr 24, 2013 09:43 |  #986

Wonderful captures everyone... From Peter to Marlon to Juvar!!! Keep'em coming y'all!!!

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Apr 24, 2013 09:52 |  #987

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Thank you sir jun. Kumusta na ho weather diyan?

Well it's still on the cold side but at least the snow on the ground are almost gone. I'm about to check my favourite pond to see if the birdies are back.

Thanks for asking.


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Apr 24, 2013 09:54 |  #988

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Ur one lucky dude Juvar! You've been posting some really nice bird photos :)

So true. Keep up the good work and keep on posting Juvar!


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Apr 24, 2013 11:38 |  #989

Canajun wrote in post #15861987 (external link)
Well it's still on the cold side but at least the snow on the ground are almost gone. I'm about to check my favourite pond to see if the birdies are back.

Thanks for asking.

Thanks sir jun, I hope the birds are back. We are long driving there middle part of June. Malapit lapit na rin.


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Apr 24, 2013 11:50 |  #990

Canajun wrote in post #15861996 (external link)
So true. Keep up the good work and keep on posting Juvar!

+1. Juvar. I know you post pics too in WBPP I follow you there too.


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