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Dodgylegs

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Re: What about other animal photos?
« Reply #1590 on: 23:40:40, 16/10/20 »
When walking through old golf course today, now filling up with new houses, chatted with a guy who now lives here ..... two Deer were grazing on the grass here last night, yeah this was probably their feeding ground before your house was built here!


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Re: What about other animal photos?
« Reply #1591 on: 20:21:29, 19/10/20 »
yews at da Heads o Grocken, we da Drongs  ahint dem, St Magnus Bay.



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Re: What about other animal photos?
« Reply #1592 on: 20:34:24, 19/10/20 »
Not only a lovely shot but my new hobby.... trying too find where this is taken! 
St Magnus Bay is huge!... defeated this time, a clue required!

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Re: What about other animal photos?
« Reply #1593 on: 20:44:45, 19/10/20 »
Roughly at GR 264773

Dodgylegs

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Re: What about other animal photos?
« Reply #1594 on: 20:57:10, 19/10/20 »
Haha Just by chance opened Shetland Community Wildlife Group, followed link to OS maps and what was straight in front of my eyes....St Magus Bay!


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Re: What about other animal photos?
« Reply #1595 on: 12:06:37, 20/10/20 »



Glass Frog on a nightwalk in Costa Rica
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GinAndPlatonic

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Re: What about other animal photos?
« Reply #1596 on: 13:09:06, 20/10/20 »



Glass Frog on a nightwalk in Costa Rica
Its eyes look the biggest part of him....super image.
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Re: What about other animal photos?
« Reply #1597 on: 12:05:00, 21/10/20 »
That frog is superb. I take it that was a macro?

watershed

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Re: What about other animal photos?
« Reply #1598 on: 12:15:23, 21/10/20 »
Amazing frog photo

Birdman

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Re: What about other animal photos?
« Reply #1599 on: 12:44:25, 21/10/20 »
That frog is superb. I take it that was a macro?


Yes, it was tiny. Perhaps 3cm
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Re: What about other animal photos?
« Reply #1600 on: 10:45:00, 16/11/20 »
I feel like posting another frog!



Gaudy Leaf Frog in Costa Rica
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GinAndPlatonic

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Re: What about other animal photos?
« Reply #1601 on: 13:05:22, 16/11/20 »
I feel like posting another frog!



Gaudy Leaf Frog in Costa Rica
Do they stay in one spot for long .?
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Re: What about other animal photos?
« Reply #1602 on: 13:28:21, 16/11/20 »
Do they stay in one spot for long .?


Yes, it didn't move. Once found, I had plenty of time for a picture.
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Re: What about other animal photos?
« Reply #1603 on: 16:08:18, 16/11/20 »
On the Quantocks. Manual focus meant I had to be pretty quick!



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Re: What about other animal photos?
« Reply #1604 on: 17:29:44, 16/11/20 »
Exposure on those sheep is impressive too.. O0
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