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N 8 B 48 C 3 E Dec 25, 2017 F Jan 18, 2018
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A Steppe Eagle (Aquila nipalensis) was coming fast for a catch in style. The action was very fast and came out all of a sudden.Fortunately I managed to frame some frames in burst. I love the personality of the big raptor with eyes focused on business. Pics was taken from Bikaner shrub lands in Rajasthan, India.

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playa paraiso

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N 21 B 86 C 6 E Jan 17, 2018 F Jan 18, 2018
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This is Bandit He is an old fella. He loves it when it snows. He will stay outside all day. He does come in to get towelled off and go right back out again. He also loves getting towelled off

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N 13 B 111 C 2 E Dec 24, 2017 F Jan 18, 2018
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We're having a lot of snow this winter.

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N 48 B 148 C 4 E Jan 13, 2018 F Jan 18, 2018
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This past weekend's trip to Capers Island South Carolina was a great time. The weather could have cooperated better though. Friday evening was a bust as a rain/wind storm was marching down on us, so first priorities were tents and a make-shift tarp shelter. Saturday morning was best for some decent light and I probably have one from then to share...but the clear skies were really the show that night. I liked this twisted old tree and I'm amazed it's still there. Two years ago, the bank of sand was just starting to erode showing its roots...but now, that sand back in a good 30+ feet behind it. Who knows how long it'll last. I did take a little artistic liberty :-) to enhance the glow of the Orion stars...

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