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Posted by clairdo2 (My Page) on
Wed, Nov 3, 10 at 14:37

SKY

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Great pics Clair. But, just look at what your idea started on my other post. ;)


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For me "S" is for serenity and what could be more serene than playing with a butterfly?

In all honesty I cannot take credit for this photo. It is in fact a photo of me taken by my friend and companion Janet, who has now become my #1 photo student. Not bad for less than 9 weeks experience with a camera.

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S Is For "Sunset”

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These pictures were taken by my grand daughter in Southington, CT. last winter.

These pictures were taken with a “Canon SX10 IS” camera.

Have A Nice Day
Linesman


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I like the snow and colorful sunrise in the last one!


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Soap


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"S" IS FOR SNAKES,, only in this instance they are not real...

While at the Magic Wings Butterfly Conservatory last week I ran across a huge S. American moth that has about an 8" wingspan.

They are nocturnal and spend their day hanging on a tree limb. What I found most interesting is the wing markings. If you look close, it looks as if their are two snakes looking in opposite directions.

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Wow,,for reasons beyond my control it appears my Moth image was deleted so I will post it again...


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S is for Spider on a sage bush (Mexican sage.)


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Great!... awm this soap looks good!..is it hand made?

Sea Otter
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Spooky: Shot this a couple of weeks ago at LLBean in Freeport,Maine.
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Konrad:
Sea Otters have the same problem as Koalas, they look like stuffed animals.
There were no River Otters to speak of in East Tennessee when I was growing up in the 50's and 60's. I've been told that a stocking program was started in the early 80's (I was gone then as a career Navy man). It must have worked because during the past year I've seen 3 as roadkill in widely separate locations.
Thought they were smarter than Possums.


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