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great pics, thanks.4 a.m. is the new 6 a.m. sometimes for me too.
Some of those truly are spectacular. But is it just me, or are #19 and #34 kind of pedestrian? Horses. Big whoop. Anyway, time to revisit my Planet Earth and Galapagos blu rays.
Fantastic link. This is why I don't even try to take pictures. There are people who do it so well!
My favs are 7 and 14. nothing special about either. Survival and tranquility
The poor city rat, never a Natl. Geo pic fav.Kangaroo in repose looks like he'd enjoy a beer and a cigar.I'm glad horses don't use cameras, and follow me on my way to work.
How did #23 survive that?
I can't look at at owl without thinking of the Onion t-shirt "Owls are assholes". They are so mysterious, if they were nice, how would you know?
... and bring me a Foster's.
Good pics!Here's my most spectacular wildlife pic.
Even with a billion years to work on it, those photos make the case for pure random chance seem pretty tough to accept. Plus you have to add that even a billion years ago it was already amazing. Then understanding what a photo is, and how we are looking at it and why we appreciate it, and it's all nearly as miraculous as the fact that Shouting Thomas is still alive.
#24 also made me laugh.Kudos to the photographer for even realizing that there was an animal there in #5.
It probably reflects my tendency to anthropomorphize, but I liked #22 the best. ST - it looks like that bear is ready for a hot tub.
Beautiful photos. Life is amazing.Birds at 4am-----pillow over head and sleep sound as a rock until 7am. Somehow the pillow blocks out the high pitched screeching of the birds who are stomping around at the butt crack of dawn.
I like the frog and the camera.And the day may come when you wish you could hear those birds just once more.
I can hear them all day long. ALL DAY. We have hundreds of birds on our property. At 4am....I can enjoy silence.
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