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September 30, 2010


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Oh poor Margie, I'm afraid it's a cruel joke from the malicious troll who removed your photographs :(
Anyway, your i-phone pictures are nice as well and I particulary love your photo of the sumac (hope I'm right) leaf that reminds me our "treasure hunt" in the mountains (but one month later here, it's not cold enough).
Early Friday morning hugs !


These are amazing images too. That fungi covered log is wonderful and I'm a huge fan of woodpeckers, what fun you must have had watching him.
Happy Friday to you :)

Cozy Memories

agh, I'm so sorry my friend, I don't know what happen ... the mysteries of technology are so dark to humans sometimes. The photos you're sharing here clearly show that it was a fantastic place, filled with such vibrant colors, and a wonderful fauna. Thank you for sharing them, I enjoyed them all.
Have a good Friday, my friend


The log is spectacular! the shapes remind me of the auspicious clouds on oriental art. If you ever go there again, another photo of the log would be Very Wonderful!
Sandy in the UK


Love the detail of the tree trunk with the lake as a background. I'm going to have to try using sports mode to photograph birds. Thanks for the tip.


I am SO enjoying your autumn photos! It is still quite warm here in South Georgia where I live, and the leaves haven't begun to change yet.


Lisa at Lil Fish Studios

That first photo takes my breath away.

Lovely World

The swan photo reminds me of a fairy tale setting. Breathtaking. I do like that your photos are of live birds! It was quite sad to find that beautiful Merlin dead on my doorstep.

Jill Wignall

What a shame. It looks like it was a beautiful walk. The photos ofthe woodpecker are wonderful. x

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