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R is for relaxing

Posted by clairdo2 (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 25, 09 at 8:56

relax time


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Red Tailed Hawk.

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Ron


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Red owl house, the other day when checking on them [cleaning], a northern flying squirrel looking at me and said,....this is my home now!

Northern Flying Squirrel

Konrad


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How did I miss this?
Please allow a 2nd one.

R is for Ron

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Reflections

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Reds,Rose,Red Rose


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R is for RED....hibiscus.


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R Is For "Ripleys" (believe it or not)

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This picture was taken on Ocean Boulevard Myrtle Beach, SC.

Have A Nice Day
Linesman


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R is for Redbud buds:
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R is for ROOSTER


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These are great shots! Ron, you're looking good. Konrad, you're looking good your flying squirrel is looking good, too. :-)

Susan, that's a cute planter! Linda, I've never seen a redbud tree closeup like that. Linesman, I think I visited that museum in 1953. Is that possible? Carol, that is RED! When my DH and I were first married, we had a gorgeous hibiscus houseplant (stolen from his mother's greenhouse). Gmom, lovely reflections. Crunchpa, very clever!Clairdo, you've convinced me....I'm gonna relax.

R is for Rudbeckia (plus a fly):

Fly on a Gloriosa Daisy


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I want to see more of that flying squirrel! Too cute! I want one! :-)

R is for Ruins
Sheldon Church Ruins South Carolina

Penny


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R is for...rural route

lianne :o)
nikonD70 out the window, 1/1250s f/13 at 50mm


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Really Rovely, Rolks!!
Ranks!!
RoanRN/RL

(Really lovely, folks!!
Thanks!!
JoanMN/FL)


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Red Shouldered Hawk (keeping with the red theme :) )

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We were about 5-10 feet from him. He was on a low branch just to the right of the sidewalk. He eyeballed my friend's Min Pin, but was totally not bothered by us. I took 45 shots of him, front and back (and one under). :)

Fuji 8000


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Those hawk photos are a treat!


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Those hawk pictures are amazing! I use to have a hawk that would visit at my old place, he/she would sit in the tree above me while I was gardening...........would watch every move I made but was not afraid of me........I however would get a little uneasy and go back in till it left! LOL!


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R is for retouching

Here is a link that might be useful: Photo Retouching


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