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in The potting shed
Oooh err David
Lovely shot, Steve.....sadly the file size is too big for me to enlarge.
Nice one Steve!
I don't see what's so unpleasant about that caterpillar. It's just a baby of a beautiful moth.
Now, do an image search for "Olthoi" and you'll see some fugly bugs with attitude problems and really bad manners (they spit formic acid at you). I'd much rather have the moths (and spiders).
Lovely pic Steve
David sis in law I can't speak
Charlie I think the gals are just "playing" at being gals, lovely caterpillar
There was a caterpillar (or something) on the path the other night when walking the dogs, OH nearly stood on it so I said I would move it.....bad idea!! I picked it up and it felt funny, then moved, I squealed, we were next to a park, I got some very funny looks and a laugh from a man walking past...oops LOL!!
sunset over flooded rice fields after a day of heavy rain northern ca
Good photo steve309
Taken as the sun was rising on monday morning five am, strong winds pushed the clouds, within half an hour the sky was completely different amazing
Beautiful pics David and Bizzie, love sunsets
Lovely shots, Bizzie.
Busy bee on beans.
Lovely shots everyone - even the caterpillar
David K - looks like a teddy lying back on a feather pillow Is that just me?
Not for me, Lesley, but it's amazing what people see into formations such as clouds.
It only took an hour I now see a teddy.
I can see the teddy, Lesley
Although this wasn't taken by me, I thought I would post it anyway as it's a real 'chocolate box' shot.
It's a pub local to me, where I like to take sustenance from time to time.
A photo for anyone who has trouble growing heather.
Taken today on Beeley Moor (near Chatsworth House) looking towards Ladybower reservoir.
The perfume was marvellous.
David K, re hug on other thread..........
Only 9 sleeps until I fly of to get beautiful sunset pictures
Thank you for your kind comments re my sky photos . I took them on the morning after that huge moon which was hanging low in the sky (sunday 10th), pretty sure the changing light for the sunrise was part reflected by the moon going down. Timing was crucial, another few minutes and the sun would have been up and over the fence. That sky was incredible in the colour changes. Nature eh!