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By now we had been looking for locations to move. Virginia was an almost. I loved the area found a place to rent within our budget that was 10 min from my wifes…

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Today's post will focus on the Eastern Rat Snake or Yellow Rat Snake as it is known in the Low Country of SC. All of these shots are also In Situ (as it sits or…

This tiny bird, a Rufous, is so quick, aggressive, and territorial that I couldn’t seem to capture him in flight. Luckily, he perched on a small limb high above…

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[107/365] Day 107 of my 365 Photo Challenge. After the announced rain did not come, I took the opportunity to take pictures of insects today. My photo of the…

[105/365] Day 105 of my 365 Photo Challenge. Due to the excellent weather, I continued to concentrate on taking pictures of wild birds, plants and insects.…

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[101/365] Day 101 of my 365 Photo Challenge. Today was again one of the days when you notice that our environment is changing more and more due to climate…

[100/365] Day 100 of my 365 Photo Challenge. Now 100 days have passed since I started my Foto Challenge. !00 days full of joy and daily growing enthusiasm. In…

The start of the road trip to Jasper National Park. Our first stop was Grasslands National Park for two days. This park was a surprise I thought this park was…
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