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Just brilliant, KS ....thank you!
Oh, he's so sweet and he looks so sorry and sad about it!
One of last years photos of a tree lily. This year we didn't have any hoverflies.
I assume everyone has seen the ultimate dog tease but have you seen the guilty dog?
sorry a bit off thread, but we could do with a laugh
Here's a couple more! Beautiful tree lily by the way and that dog tease is brilliant if it's the one I think it is!
Keyser, are they your dogs in the photo's?
No, not at all! These are funny's that my Mam sent me.
I forgot to add they're not her pets either. They were sent to her by her friends who I think got them from a pet shaming site!
I paid a compliment about the first dog pic...... but I didn't know it & the other two were imported from elsewhere.
unused slate quarry near Coniston
nature reclaiming her own
but young people still make use of the holes left behind
It's a lovely area where you live, Ann..... with lots of shooting opportunities and I see you're making good use of your super zoom.
Couldn't quite make anything out of the last two though.
the young people absailing were with Leicester fire and rescue doing princes trust training not sure of the exact description
David, I put in the photos that my Mam sent me as I thought it would bring a smile. I didn't realise that imported photos would be frowned upon, especially after some off topic jokes being written.
I am working offshore and although I did submit a photo taken by me personally earlier on, I find that other opportunities are hard to find.
Sorry for any offence.
Keyser, please be assured I'm in no way offended.
Having said that, I'm sure you'll understand that as this is predominately a photographic thread, it would be better for pics posted to be taken by the member themselves to maintain its integrity......or (if not) a brief description of their source.
For what it's worth, I thought your dog pics were brilliant.
Keyser, do you get any other interesting animals in the way of your ROV, or just pipe lines? How deep was the octopus?
Here's a couple of a Porbeagle shark, about 8ft long which I extracted from video footage at 27m. This was in the North Sea by the way! The octopus was way down at 87m (the depth is bottom right hand corner). There's a site on the internet called called SERPENT where we can send footage of creatures we might see. There's some wierd and wonderful stuff from my colleagues who work in the more exotic parts of the world! Probably one of the most spectacular things I saw was a school of Hammerhead sharks passing above us in Nigeria. I'm pleased I wasn't in the water!
Those are certainly out of the ordinary, Keyser......what a fascinating location.