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[059/365] Day 59 of my 365 Photo Challenge. Today I got a coot chick in front of my camera. It didn't show any shyness at all and swam around very calmly in…

We've had nothing but rain, wind and dull gray days here lately. So not much to see in nature but mud and puddles. When the sun did come out for a little while,…

This was the first time I've ever driven a Chrysler 300 long distance and I must say I was plesantly surprised...well other than when I accidentally turned on…

Pendiente Tengo un pendiente que se ahoga calado y fundido; no hay diferencia entre los [dos] Pesa si lo miro y se burla si no Me mira desde…

Not often seen in a tree. I spotted this one on a walk round Dearne Valley Park Barnsley South Yorkshire England recently.

These birds are tall, with long legs, a long beak and grey, black and white feathering. They can stand with their neck stretched out, looking for food, or…

This Bird is unmistakeable and tall, with long legs, a long beak and grey, black and white feathering.

These Birds are unmistakable: tall, with long legs, a long beak and grey, black and white feathering. They can stand with their neck stretched out, looking for…

Jump Around Camilla gave me these as a gift today. I'm jumping with joy (and my new suede Adidas Campus)!

Images I took a few months ago while walking around My Old Kentucky Home State Park , thought I would see what I thought of them in black and white. Really…

Winter In Søborg The snow covers up some of the bleek of winter in Denmark, bringing with it a distinct light.

The Closest We Came To Sunrise I think this gray mass is what winter depressions are made of. Good thing I'm not working on one of those. I feel great.

They are unmistakeable: tall, with long legs, a long beak and grey, black and white feathering. They can stand with their neck stretched out, looking for food…

An unmistakable bird tall with with long legs, a long beak and grey, black and white feathering. They can stand with their neck stretched out, looking for food…

A medium-sized, plump gamebird with a distinctive orange face. Flies with whirring wings and occasional glides, showing a chestnut tail.

Grey herons are unmistakeable: tall, with long legs, a long beak and grey, black and white feathering. They can stand with their neck stretched out, looking…

Washed Gray On my drive home from work today, I fell for the utter gray of Øresund around Snekkersten. There was a sailing school out training near the marina…
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