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Feb 15, 2021 16:59 |  #4666

Just learned how difficult photography in the snow can be. My transitions glasses got really dark, my pupils got really small, and the focusing screen on my eyepiece was nearly impossible to see. I had to put my hat over the camera and my eyes to even see in the viewfinder.


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Feb 18, 2021 00:22 |  #4668

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Feb 18, 2021 17:50 as a reply to  @ kr88's post |  #4669

Aren't they afraid of alligators?


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Feb 18, 2021 19:35 |  #4670

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Aren't they afraid of alligators?

I agree with you on that point! They were there for quite a while and from the looks of them they were quite comfortable. I have seen gators there in the past.


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Feb 19, 2021 19:08 |  #4671

kr88 wrote in post #19197406 (external link)
I agree with you on that point! They were there for quite a while and from the looks of them they were quite comfortable. I have seen gators there in the past.

If there is water, there is gators !


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Feb 24, 2021 09:03 |  #4673

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IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/2kuJ​REr  (external link) Early morning at the Taj Mahal from inside the mosque (external link) by Phil Marion (187 million views) (external link), on Flickr

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Feb 24, 2021 09:23 as a reply to  @ philmar's post |  #4674

Outstanding composition on this one! I don't typically see shots from inside the mosque. Usually just the typical outer view. Great job!


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Feb 24, 2021 10:59 as a reply to  @ philmar's post |  #4675

Really nice shot, Phil


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Feb 24, 2021 12:47 |  #4676

superb, love it!


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Mar 02, 2021 06:18 |  #4677

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Mar 03, 2021 19:10 |  #4678

The RCMP's famous Musical Ride is an iconic part of Canada's cultural history, and the most popular posting in the RCMP/GRC. Officers don't have to know anything about horses, and they sign up for 3 years with the team, being assigned a specific mount that they must build a bond with, look after and learn to team with to control with minimum movements through the intricate and sometimes distracting manoeuvres of the team as they do their displays.

They normally have a busy schedule giving displays across Canada at events, schools etc.


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Mar 03, 2021 23:21 as a reply to  @ Tronhard's post |  #4679

When did you take these. It was probably 50 years ago that I saw them.


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Mar 04, 2021 03:02 |  #4680

Douglas Conway wrote in post #19203606 (external link)
When did you take these. It was probably 50 years ago that I saw them.

Hi Douglas and thanks for asking. I took these in August 2017, when they were doing a show at Royal Roads, just outside Victoria BC. It was a very hot day and I felt for the riders in their heavy uniforms and wielding their lances. Several members of the audience actually fainted from the heat or dehydration...

Beautiful horses and so well managed. I spoke to a couple of the officers and they absolutely loved their time with the ride.


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