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    ^ Nice.

    I love snails, too (except for those without shells, especially when I'm "lucky" enough to find them in strawberries), and my sentence not so cute was based on my experience with them on that afternoon:



    This happened when the poor creatures started to run away, so not all of them are in the shot.
    I don't know how much the photo is reliable, but this (orgy) wan't pleasant at all.

    I hope I don't get banned for posting this pornography.

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    The patterns on their bodies as well as their shells are amazing.

    Jackdaw (I think) on a pole up at Derwentwater at Keswick:



    Small garden spider on web in the rain at night:


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    Swans at Grasmere in England:


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    Meadow at a local nature reserve:


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    Wildflowers - Great Willowherb:


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    Spent a short while shooting outside late yesterday afternoon with this thread in mind. Shot raw for once. I should do it more often.

    Waterlilies:




    Random flowers:





    Juvenile Blue Tit:



    Bee:


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    ^ Beautiful. I love the lily.

    Some I took a few years ago.



    Toad that used to hang around under the rotten door of my conservatory.


    Moorhen on a mission.


    Fluffy sleepy cygnets.
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    ^ Love the waterlilies!! And yes, shooting in Raw usually yields amazing results. I admittedly don't always do it because it takes up a lot of room on my memory card.
    I haven't been able to shoot many photos lately, so here are some slightly older ones.


    Flowering bush:





    Purple flowers


    Suck it, Shawn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by borkstew View Post
    ^ Beautiful. I love the lily.

    Some I took a few years ago.

    Excellent. I love frogs and toads.

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    I love frogs and toads too. I'm always finding them in my garden.



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    Not many frog or toads here in the desert. We do have some amazing sunsets. This was last nights. It was ridiculously awesome. Virga was falling and the sunset lit it up like I've never seen before.

    And the ghosts that we knew will flicker from view
    And we'll live a long life

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    ^ Wow. Amazing sunset!



    Lesser Stag Beetle



    Harlequin Ladybirds


    Hoveflies
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    ^ all so beautiful.

    Oh, England:


    Bigger

    We climbed a mountain (OK, big hill), Caer Caradoc in Shropshire near the mid-Welsh border, and this was the view looking north-north-east.

    I've got a thing about clouds' shadows. The hills on the horizon through the heat mist are the tail end of the Derbyshire/Staffordshire Peak District.

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    ^ Lovely landscape. I haven't been up to that part of the country for years.


    Herring Gull in Brighton.
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    He only has one leg? Or is one tucked up?
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