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  • PoloUK
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    Not true Kiki - your photos are great, the Scottish ones proved that. Thanks though!

  • kiki42
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    amazing photography....... !

  • kiki42
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    how sweet , and of course the photography is brilliant... way above my standard.. x

  • PoloUK
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    Hee hee! I think he was having a 'bad feather day' anyway.

  • yvneac
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    Congratulations Mark,you perfectly speak Robin.
    Perhaps a light English accent when you pronounce the "th",but it's nothing.

  • ombugge
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    Orcas hunt tiger shark: http://gcaptain.com/ocras-hunt-eat-t...Captain.com%29

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  • janihudi
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    wheni told hem we feed our swans frsh bread,the water flowed out of his beak.



    from that on he was sure.
    take me to that Paradise ,you call Holland.
    but had to disapoint him.my car was complete full with camera gear.no place for a swan.

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  • janihudi
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    and when i see that they feed you here al old bread,



    that you had to make it wet ,so that you can swallow it

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  • janihudi
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    and i told him that about that everyone is driving,swimming ,walking,and even flying to the right side.
    he looks stranged,didn't believe me.
    and i say yes realy,much saver.
    and while we talked about that,it went wrong on the water.





    no agression in Holland,we move on the right side.

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  • janihudi
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    ~~
    Originally posted by wherrygirl View Post
    So you come from Holland? Really?

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    by wherrygirl, on Flickr[/CENTER]


    yes we had a nice chat,we talked about cows and calfs,this and that.

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  • janihudi
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    hahaha,i like those kind communication images.

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  • PoloUK
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    Was closely supervised in the garden today. Despite our extended summer - still 20C and lovely out there - the runner beans are going all mis-shapen and odd. Whilst I was wrestling with beanpoles (no cow, magic seeds or giant jokes please) and bamboo supports, I suddenly realised I was being watched. He even waited for me to go to get the camera.

    "I think the right hand side is my best side."



    "No, on second thoughts I think I look redder this way around."



    "You've missed a bit."



    "Oi, you with the shovel - look at me when I'm staring and chirping at you."

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  • pilotdane
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    Very good photos especially when you know how fast they can move. I love watching the squirrels bury their nuts around our house. It makes me wonder if they actually remember every spot they've hidden nuts or if they forget some... sort of nature's way of seeding the forest.

  • janihudi
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    thank you Ladies,but i wish i had a few wel focused.
    but i think they ran about 1000km an hour

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  • Seagull
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    Absolutely no need to be modest Thij - you should have heard me gasp out loud when I scrolled and action-squirrel #551 came into view!

    PS …just the grey variety here in Edinburgh in the city's green spaces.

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