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What kind of Wildlife Photographer Are "YOU"

 
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Jun 08, 2021 11:42 |  #1996

I guess I will jump first. Not a spring chicken myself. hopefully everyday is an improvement for your health.

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Jun 08, 2021 20:15 as a reply to  @ SynJohn's post |  #1997

You & I are the only brave ones. Richard, Charles, Stan….where are you? :lol:


Life is hard...but I just take it one photograph at a time.

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Jun 08, 2021 21:53 |  #1998

Maureen Souza wrote in post #19245848 (external link)
You & I are the only brave ones. Richard, Charles, Stan….where are you? :lol:

Maureen you might have to wait :-)
Only photos I've got of me are ancient or like the ones I've posted, head down, backside up taking a photo.
I'll see what I can muster.

There's much more interesting things to photograph in wildlife  :p
But then suppose some would say I fit that bill :lol:



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Jun 08, 2021 22:43 |  #1999

Me and my best buddy.

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Jun 08, 2021 22:54 as a reply to  @ post 19245531 |  #2000

Best wishes for a speedy recovery Maureen, I will share a photo when I have time to take one, seldom do I appear in a photo and nothing recent for sure.
I've had my share of back pain after falling from a tractor in 1996 and having a compression fracture that should have required surgery. My Doctor fitted me with a upper body cast that I wore for 6 months and my back fused together around the injury. I was paralyzed from the waist down for a short time but as soon as possible began standing, then taking steps that months later turned into miles. My Doctors advice was to always work hard, never take a desk type job and when I had pain start walking. I honestly didn't believe him at the time but it has been good advice for me. I still work on my farm with livestock and am a painting contractor that keeps me climbing, lifting and walking constantly. My most painful times are sitting through a lecture lasting more than an hour, flying in a plane or riding in a car that is driven by someone else. The more I walk the better I feel and often pain free.


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Jun 09, 2021 06:26 |  #2001

Like most photographers, I'm rarely in the picture. This one is six years old, time hasn't helped much.;-)a

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Jun 09, 2021 13:30 |  #2002

Me in Banff about 5 years ago; not *too* much has changed except more gray and that hoodie died :p Taken by the other half on her phone...LOL

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Jun 09, 2021 22:04 |  #2003

Yay for stepping up! Love seeing all your faces!


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Jun 09, 2021 22:23 |  #2004

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I guess I will jump first. Not a spring chicken myself. hopefully everyday is an improvement for your health.

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Hey; I know that building in the back! :p Hello, fellow mossback :D


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Jun 10, 2021 09:55 as a reply to  @ Snydremark's post |  #2005

Yep, that is Boeing Renton factory. for all of those millions that have flown on a 737 this is their birthplace.


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Jun 11, 2021 06:51 |  #2006

one from a shindig with family
one of my lovely granddaughters. The other - well ...............:-P

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Jun 11, 2021 21:21 |  #2007

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one from a shindig with family
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Richard! What happened to that young bushwalker with the Paddy Pallin tent and lots of hair?


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Richard! What happened to that young bushwalker with the Paddy Pallin tent and lots of hair?

This is Grandpa, other was the young grandson :-P
Lot of water under the bridge, boots worn out, not to mention other things Pippan  :p
Things fall off, wear out :rolleyes:



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Two years ago in Jasper National Park. Great idea Maureen, and hoping you have a speedy recovery.



  
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Jun 19, 2021 19:47 |  #2010

Maureen Souza wrote in post #19245531 (external link)
Don’t you think we all need to post a real picture of ourselves? I would love to see all your faces & it will help me with my recovery, I am certain. ;-)a
I will go first….iPhone shot taken on my birthday 06 May. No comments on what an old girl I am……I am certain you know I was trying to hide that from you. :-D

Haven't seen you about Maureen. Trust all's going okay



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