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Feb 03, 2016 16:56 as a reply to  @ tradarcher50's post |  #437

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Very nice, Steve!
A most sublime image; I particularly like the extent to which the reflection is blurred/distorted by the water's surface.

This would also be a great fit for the "Post Your MINIMAL Photos" thread in the Nature & Landscapes section:
https://photography-on-the.net …/showthread.php​?t=1061372

BTW, I just realized that you're the guy with that awesome Whitetail buck photo - you know, the one where he is peering out from behind the trees with sunlight on his face & antlers. Great stuff you've got!

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Feb 04, 2016 03:43 as a reply to  @ Tom Reichner's post |  #438

Thank you very much Tom.


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Feb 06, 2016 10:10 as a reply to  @ tradarcher50's post |  #439

Nice. Thanks for sharing.


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Feb 07, 2016 10:08 |  #440

Brown Pelican that stayed for Winter on the Central Oregon Coast


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Feb 08, 2016 19:15 |  #441

We are off to Maui tomorrow for a week so hopefully I will have a couple of new whale shots to post when we get back.:-)


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Feb 11, 2016 05:37 |  #442

egret flying though wetlands located close to where I live .


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Feb 11, 2016 06:26 |  #443

and another...this is an Australian "Supurb Fairy Wren" commonly called Blue Wren....Hides in thick bush's and normally hard to get a clear shot through all the twigs etc ...This guy was happy to stay still long enough for me to get a shot of him singing his little heart out...


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Feb 11, 2016 11:00 |  #444

Another couple of Australian wildlife icons ...

first 1 is a wild croc from Adelaide River in the Northern Territory who decided to charge the boat I was in .Reason he was going for us was one of the guys with us fishing had tied a hunk of meat off his rod and dangled above the water to see what crocs were around :) ........ ...Croc in this shot was a very old croc going by size and teeth and approx 5-6 meters in length. The crocs around area similar to this guy frequently stalk and attack fisherman fishing off small boats ( Best not to hang out of boat) , people from the banks of the local rivers, children swimming in billabongs , and even people on certain NT beaches/coastal areas ....

Second image below is an inquisitive Coastal Kangaroo that was at the entrance of our camping tent scratching around and grazing on coastal grassland ......

Whilst they look tame they are not .......if you stress them to much they get up on hind legs and tail and then use tail to sit on whilst attacking with their 2 paws and 2 hind legs that are equiped with large sharp claws. The big ones ( Big Reds) can kill a person with their sharp claws. These guys( coastal roo) will do a fair bit of damage also although nowhere neat as dangerous as the big reds. Location where I took the shot is the only place I have ever been in Australia where I have seen a kangaroo in the ocean...They go out to knee high depth in the ocean surf and stand there in the water for a few seconds then return to shore!....Its very wierd ....Location is a Aboriginal Land/Reservation and called Murrarmarang NP NSW


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Feb 12, 2016 17:42 |  #445

Whales are pretty quiet so far in Maui but we are having a grand time anyways.......


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Feb 12, 2016 19:19 |  #446

Sandpiper.


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Feb 13, 2016 20:10 |  #447

definitely run




  
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Feb 15, 2016 01:33 as a reply to  @ clipper_from_oz's post |  #448

Ahhhh, love the Aussie humour, but you forgot to mention the dangers of the deadly drop bear :lol:


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Feb 15, 2016 07:21 |  #449

rawshorty wrote in post #17898740 (external link)
Ahhhh, love the Aussie humour, but you forgot to mention the dangers of the deadly drop bear :lol:

hahahahaha....lucky I didnt tell the story about a bloke up North who keeps a 6 meter croc as a pet living in his back yard !:) :)


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Feb 17, 2016 16:22 |  #450

Both ends........ The tail is from Mom, the head is from baby


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