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  • #31
    here's a couple pelicans taken at the beach this summer.
    not a great shot but not everyone has these prehistorical birds.

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    • #32
      keep em coming, this is wonderful to see the landscapes from where everyone lives!
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      • #33
        Originally posted by Red Kittie Kat
        oops sorry .. my typing stinks today
        well its definately not worse than mine (that edit button comes in handy if I can click it fast enough ) < yes thats a double chin
        GNP @ work

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        • #34
          Kat, awesome shots. The one with the railroad track is so evocative.

          Gary, love the pelicans, they're such odd looking birds.
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          • #35
            Aww thanks Urst


            Gary!! Great shot of the Pelicans
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            • #36
              very nice shots Kittie! And Gary - I love the pelicans!

              I suppose I ought to post some shots of NY - where I'm from. I'll try to post some that are different than Kittie's. These were taken in Upstate NY, where I lived until last October. It's actually not very different from where I am now.


              A barn out in the country at sunset:






              The summit of Crane Mountain (I didn't see any cranes):






              The Minne-ha-ha steamboat on Lake George:






              A couple of shots at Sleeping Beauty mountain:




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              • #37
                This is a great idea for a thread, Morea. I hope to see more from some of our continental friends.
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                • #38
                  Originally posted by urstwile
                  This is a great idea for a thread, Morea. I hope to see more from some of our continental friends.
                  definitely a fun thread! I'm looking forward to seeing everybody's pictures, too!


                  Here are a few from Saratoga Performing Arts Center in Saratoga, NY













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                  • #39
                    one of my old pelican shots .. off Clearwater Beach pier
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                    • #40
                      they are such neat looking birds! I've never seen one in person.
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                      • #41
                        and an egret .. sorry for the quality, I scanned these logn ago with an old negative scanner
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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by morea
                          they are such neat looking birds! I've never seen one in person.
                          Morea, I am really missing Florida, how about I take a road trip, slightly drive to the left till I get to NY, pick you up, and we go to da beach yeah one in Florida of course)!
                          GNP @ work

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                          • #43
                            I'm in Quebec and can't head back to the US until May or so... how about next summer? I've never been farther south than Virginia.
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                            • #44
                              This is a jacaranda tree, it's in our front yard. I just took this photo moments ago, so it's what it looks like here at the moment:



                              Here's a pine-looking tree, next to a palm tree, this is just right next door to us, also taken just a few moments ago:



                              This is what our neighborhood looks like, at least treewise:



                              That big tall tree is actually two trees, you can't really see it from the photo.
                              Last edited by urstwile; 10-01-2007, 05:56 PM.
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                              • #45
                                here are some pics from toronto:






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