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    Show your Bird Portraits

    Merry Christmas! I took this two years ago, of an owl who came down to check out the Christmas lighting.
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    Seashore, Beaches and Harbours

    Thanks Click!
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    Seashore, Beaches and Harbours

    Blue hour shot at the shore. 200mm...f/13...ISO 100...20 seconds
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    The holiday season in the enchanted forest

    Taken Dec 5th in South Carolina
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    Autumn 2019

    Thanks, Click
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    Autumn 2019

    I want to support this thread because I love autumn...
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    Dragonflies and Damselflies

    Thanks ISv!
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    Dragonflies and Damselflies

    Thanks, Click!
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    Dragonflies and Damselflies

    Come a little closer bug...I'm gonna make you a star.
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    Butterflies, Moths and Assorted Insects...

    Thanks for the comment, Click!
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    Butterflies, Moths and Assorted Insects...

    Say hello to my little friend...
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    Butterflies, Moths and Assorted Insects...

    Thank you.
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    Butterflies, Moths and Assorted Insects...

    I'm thinking that a 4 inch long grasshopper is probably the biggest bug in the garden...
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    Dragonflies and Damselflies

    Thanks, Click!
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    Dragonflies and Damselflies

    My weekend bugs. I was trying to shoot scenery, but the bugs kept posing. All with the 100L
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    Dragonflies and Damselflies

    Wow, that's really great shooting! When looking at insects, I've often thought that most of them look like something from outer space. I'm sure those bugs are all aliens.
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    Reptiles and Amphibians

    Click, once again - thanks for the generous comment!
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    Reptiles and Amphibians

    This lizard was sitting on a wall, and when I approached, it tried to hide in the flowers.
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    Reptiles and Amphibians

    I love that second shot.
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    Dragonflies and Damselflies

    Why do I like dragonflies? I like dragonflies because they're good, honest, hardworking bugs. And they're not pretentious like butterflies. Butterflies are a bunch of phonies. Butterflies hide behind those big fancy wings, and they try to pretend that they're better than the other bugs. But if...