moose135 wrote in post #17173800
Finally got a clear night in a dark place...
That is very nice. Now next night that it gets cloudy, you can enjoy time spending on post processing and right enhance of this wonderful image.
NCHANT wrote in post #17174016
Here's Kiwi we refer to
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Desertraptor wrote in post #17174039
Ok I can accept that.
But it could be a bandicoot or billby
I guess now I can see a wingly challenged penguin! (Wing traded for excess Beak)
Now you officially and significantly Lowered my knowledge...., "Below the Equator!! And taught me things I never knew.
Never could imagine that emu.
BTW image is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0
permitted to share and use, at Wiki so I will insert direct link: here is the Emu for others to see if you wrongly didn't believe Desertraptor! But must admit there is something about your avatar that calls not to believe
Desertraptor wrote in post #17173792
Sorry Samsen but our local Aborigines have been calling it the emu for 40,000 years give or take a few
It's part of their dreamtime legends
And as for aborigines, now you need to go and tell them not call our little alien friend, emu! or he may get angry....And during dark beautiful lonely nights of Southern hemisphere, they better watch walking under milky way:P
But then if they said it for 40,000 years, I doubt if anyone of them believes you. Any how its now your problem but mine is to prove to you that there is an alien in your milky way, one angry one... Well,Can't help if you not believing me and I had no image of southern hemisphere from my own to prove it. But I do see Mickey's Edit is OK and I feel enough friend with Mickey to utilize benefit of his image to prove my point here (So Mickey if by any means you don't see it appropriate please just say the word and will be removed immediately).
See if you don't agree with me now that this is the little green angry alien with big head, very angry eyes one Blue the other Pink; your call him emu?!!!
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