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No more rubbish than I am Pottie. Love the little chap
Beautiful shot, Pam.
I live near to and visit often, a forested area where there are supposed to be plenty, but I've never been lucky enough to see one, let alone take a pic.
Lovely shot P Pam.
Thanks for your comments.
There's an area of old mine workings opposite the house that we bought quite cheaply a few years ago. They are always adders in a certain spot in the spring and I've put corrugated tin sheets down, they are quite often under there along with grass snakes. I try to take photos in the morning before they warm up as they are off before I get the camera ready then it's a matter of getting as close as I dare.
walk with camera today
only 15x zoom David
Really nice shots again, Ann...you are so lucky to live in such a lovely area.
How was your first camera club meet?
Our Lyn may like this lily close-up:
From my Father's Day flowers from my daughter.
David I would like to thank you for you kind comments you may like this next one sorry but I can't find my G&T shot yet and cream tea I will see if my flicker account has a copy of them any way again thank you hope you all enjoy my next image
Fantastic David, that lily is beautiful, thank you.
Oh Crikey!!! What can I say?.....that is just gorgeous.
Re my compliment....fraid I made a typo, it should have read 'competition', not '. completion'.
Found my G&T
hi David the camera club was ok i will go again for a week or two but apart from a couple of pictures i didnt see anything very inspirational, perhaps thats abit unfair after just one visit but the wife of the secretary did say the club was a bit conservative
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My pleasure, Lyn. Cutting off the bottom two petals was deliberate; I wanted to focus on the anthers.
and strawberrys and cream
Sorry to hear that, Ann. Our club is obsessive about making new memers feel at home....they even have a welcome secretary.
Maybe they'll have some workshop sessions in the weeks to come.
little ann . is the bottom pic hellvellyn ??
Bidean nam Biann from the 3rd Munro on the 'route' at the head of the Lost Valley in Glencoe
Sorry that was from the 1st one- Coire na Lochan- this is from the 3rd one!
fg they are great
Where did you take the 'fruity' pix?
And I don't mean the 'lady 'one!