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Mar 03, 2017 08:49 |  #16321

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I'd love to experience that feeling.... "he" looks pretty healthy,
I imagine he could do some harm if his mood changed ?

Well this one is kinda tiny Ned, She was much fun in the mornings. Like a dog happy to see you. Honestly I would go out and stand among 6 or 8 deer at very close quarters. Mostly the agitated Deer run off and only those that feel comfortable hang around. I mean there is no stopping them from bouncing out of the yard. I have never felt unsafe or threatened. Just amazed
Most only see Deer flag or tail down and calm. They do wag side to side like a dog when happy.


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Mar 03, 2017 09:43 |  #16322

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Mar 03, 2017 10:05 |  #16323

Pondrader wrote in post #18290574 (external link)
Well this one is kinda tiny Ned, She was much fun in the mornings. Like a dog happy to see you. Honestly I would go out and stand among 6 or 8 deer at very close quarters. Mostly the agitated Deer run off and only those that feel comfortable hang around. I mean there is no stopping them from bouncing out of the yard. I have never felt unsafe or threatened. Just amazed
Most only see Deer flag or tail down and calm. They do wag side to side like a dog when happy.

Wow..... :-) I can only imagine and look forward to the day. I know it would bring me a smile and wonderment.
I've heard talk about people who cast an aura perceptible to animals.
I'd love to have a friend like that, 2 or 4 footed, The world needs more of this !
Burn this well into your memory my friend so that it will carry you through the days the sun doesn't shine as brightly !

I guess no scale made me think she is bigger than I thought, what a little beauty. I'd love to rub her behind the ears ! :lol:


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Mar 03, 2017 11:46 |  #16324

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Nice shot David. I used to process film off the recon version of the Phantom. The RF4C.


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Mar 03, 2017 12:43 |  #16325

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Wow..... :-) I can only imagine and look forward to the day. I know it would bring me a smile and wonderment.
I've heard talk about people who cast an aura perceptible to animals.
I'd love to have a friend like that, 2 or 4 footed, The world needs more of this !
Burn this well into your memory my friend so that it will carry you through the days the sun doesn't shine as brightly !

I guess no scale made me think she is bigger than I thought, what a little beauty. I'd love to rub her behind the ears ! :lol:

I always said critter's can see who you are Ned,...


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Mar 03, 2017 12:50 |  #16326

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I always said critter's can see who you are Ned,...
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Jeff,

Another great pine marten photograph.... the expression on his/her face is great. I have no idea what pine martens think, but the face indicates intelligence and curiosity, at least to me.


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Mar 03, 2017 13:42 |  #16327

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I agree with Kim and I love the light (very complimentary).


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Mar 03, 2017 14:09 |  #16328

Thanks You Guy's, These guys strut around growling and carrying on in a start stop motion. tough to get a motionless shot. But sometimes you catch them looking.

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Another great pine marten photograph.... the expression on his/her face is great. I have no idea what pine martens think, but the face indicates intelligence and curiosity, at least to me.

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I agree with Kim and I love the light (very complimentary).


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Mar 03, 2017 15:17 |  #16329

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Wow..... :-) I can only imagine and look forward to the day. I know it would bring me a smile and wonderment.
I've heard talk about people who cast an aura perceptible to animals.
I'd love to have a friend like that, 2 or 4 footed, The world needs more of this !
Burn this well into your memory my friend so that it will carry you through the days the sun doesn't shine as brightly !

I guess no scale made me think she is bigger than I thought, what a little beauty. I'd love to rub her behind the ears ! :lol:

Ned... Little story.. There once was this little dude we called the gardener because he loved Roses. He demonstrates a little of what we are talking about here. now I cut the audio out because you don't need to hear me nagging him to leave my roses alone. The second is him the year after


The third image is him I believe last week coming to checkout who the wolves had taken down.


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Mar 03, 2017 15:53 |  #16330

I was initially amused to see green coming out both ends of this Osprey but then got a bit worried that it could be serious sickness. Very relieved to see him and his partner two days later.

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Mar 03, 2017 16:00 |  #16331

More osprey @Bolsa Chica:

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Mar 03, 2017 16:14 |  #16332

Pondrader wrote in post #18290899 (external link)
Ned... Little story.. There once was this little dude we called the gardener because he loved Roses. He demonstrates a little of what we are talking about here. now I cut the audio out because you don't need to hear me nagging him to leave my roses alone. The second is him the year after


The third image is him I believe last week coming to checkout who the wolves had taken down.

Love the gardener Jeff. We have quite a few gardeners also. They do love roses, and it's like they surgically remove them.ߙ


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Mar 03, 2017 16:21 |  #16333

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Love the gardener Jeff. We have quite a few gardeners also. They do love roses, and it's like they surgically remove them.ߙ

lol he would let them grow three or four days between trimmings


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Mar 03, 2017 16:50 |  #16334

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lol he would let them grow three or four days between trimmings

When we lived in PA, we planted several hundred bulb plants... crocuses, daffodils, etc. ...all mixed in with the lawn at the front of our property. The first year, they looked spectacular.... for about a day. The deer loved them.... and what was left, the rabbits enjoyed. They all died out eventually, eaten down to the ground.

And it took quite a while to plant all those bulbs, even using a 1/2" Milwaukee drill and huge auger bit. You can't win against mother nature. I wasn't a photographer back then or I'd have some great photos of them enjoying the fruits of our labor. ;)


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Mar 03, 2017 17:26 |  #16335

Love these Osprey shots.


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