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#835742 - Wed Oct 31 2012 09:20 PM November Thread
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Welcome all to November. Autumn is well and truly upon us.
Thanks for the fabulous October pictures.
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#835748 - Wed Oct 31 2012 09:54 PM Re: November Thread [Re: ren33]
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Autumn?

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#835750 - Wed Oct 31 2012 10:22 PM Re: November Thread [Re: Howie72]
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Sorry, Howie, what do you have now? Spring?
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#835761 - Wed Oct 31 2012 11:50 PM Re: November Thread [Re: ren33]
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A lovely 27 degrees today so it must be Spring smile

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#835888 - Thu Nov 01 2012 10:34 AM Re: November Thread [Re: ren33]
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Moe and Mr Magoo were so excited to meet Precious and Rosie yesterday. They immediately told their little brother, who has since been waiting patiently all day to say hello. Here is Mouse smile


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#835911 - Thu Nov 01 2012 12:14 PM Re: November Thread [Re: ren33]
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A contented looking cat. smile

Some pumpkins from last night.

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#835931 - Thu Nov 01 2012 01:25 PM Re: November Thread [Re: Chavs]
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haha very cool!

A zucchini flower smile

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#835975 - Thu Nov 01 2012 04:40 PM Re: November Thread [Re: Copago]
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Sunset over Hertford

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#835986 - Thu Nov 01 2012 04:59 PM Re: November Thread [Re: Copago]
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A lone walker at Caroline Bay with a bulk carrier ship in the background in the Port of Timaru, though from the photo it looks like the ship is actually on dry land....lol


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#835989 - Thu Nov 01 2012 05:47 PM Re: November Thread [Re: Howie72]
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Our orchid is flowering well at the moment:

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#835992 - Thu Nov 01 2012 06:12 PM Re: November Thread [Re: tellywellies]
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Green woodpecker on the lawn this morning


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#836032 - Thu Nov 01 2012 11:44 PM Re: November Thread [Re: Christinap]
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Oooh Welcome Tellywellies! And what a lovely flar!
He is nice Christina, does he visit often?


Edited by ren33 (Fri Nov 02 2012 12:25 AM)
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#836033 - Thu Nov 01 2012 11:46 PM Re: November Thread [Re: ren33]
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Love the woodpecker! He's very cool .. just like ClaraSue's cactus it wasn't until later years that I realised they were real .. thought they were just in cartoons! wink

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#836056 - Fri Nov 02 2012 01:55 AM Re: November Thread [Re: Copago]
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Plodd: Mouse is beautiful, but if I caught him on MY counter - well never mind, who knows what they get up to when we're NOT home lol

Chavs: Cool 'punkins. Did you carve them? Would have a been a good post for the "night theme" as well. I did 4 for Hallowe'en, but forgot to take pix of them and unfortunately now they're frozen and under 3 inches of snow lol

TW: lovely orchids! And speaking of counters, you folks are obviously neat freaks. I've never seen such a white one lol.
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#836073 - Fri Nov 02 2012 02:45 AM Re: November Thread [Re: ren33]
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Originally Posted By: ren33
He is nice Christina, does he visit often?


Yes, he is an almost daily visitor, plus we get chicks in the Spring as well. It just so happened that yesterday was a day when I actually had the camera in my hand when he came down just below the kitchen window - he's usually further up the garden.

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#836104 - Fri Nov 02 2012 07:15 AM Re: November Thread [Re: Jakeroo]
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Originally Posted By: Jakeroo

Chavs: Cool 'punkins. Did you carve them? Would have a been a good post for the "night theme" as well. I did 4 for Hallowe'en, but forgot to take pix of them and unfortunately now they're frozen and under 3 inches of snow lol


Thanks, we carved them but they are difficult to take pictures of - always too bright or too dark, though thankfully not snowed under, lol!

A better one of the bats.


All my pics this week will be of the night. It's Ren's fault. She says a theme and I get stuck on it but can only post one pic a week!


Edited by Chavs (Fri Nov 02 2012 07:17 AM)

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#836151 - Fri Nov 02 2012 10:21 AM Re: November Thread [Re: Chavs]
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Mouse is a lovely cat. Reminds me of my yellow tabby I had as a young girl. His name was Tiger (original, right? grin) and he was feral when I found him at about 4 months of age. For the rest of his life, I was the only one who could pet and pick him up even though he lived in the house.

Lovely flowers and great pumpkins! I can't ever get my pumpkins to look halfway decent.

I've tried to get a decent picture of the St. Louis, Missouri skyline for years every time we pass through. For some reason, I can never get a really good one. This was last week right after sundown.

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#836179 - Fri Nov 02 2012 11:19 AM Re: November Thread [Re: ClaraSue]
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Another of my country roads, this is near Hertford

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#836204 - Fri Nov 02 2012 04:08 PM Re: November Thread [Re: satguru]
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Permit a mild disagreement, ClaraSue. That's a lovely photo.

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#836213 - Fri Nov 02 2012 05:19 PM Re: November Thread [Re: ertrum]
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The hedgerows are bursting with berries this Autumn. Hope there's no truth in the old saying that this predicts a very hard winter.


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#836220 - Fri Nov 02 2012 06:22 PM Re: November Thread [Re: Christinap]
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Thanks, ertrum, grin

Christinap, I keep hearing that it's going to be a hard winter, but then last week I heard on the news that it's going to be dry and light. I wish these weathermen would get it straight.
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#836264 - Fri Nov 02 2012 10:07 PM Re: November Thread [Re: ClaraSue]
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Precious welcomes Mouse, suppresses an urge to chase him (and the woodpecker!), and also the urge to run away from those bats and other scary pumpkins, and invites all of the new kitties to join her in scratching the lilac bush.


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#836272 - Sat Nov 03 2012 12:22 AM Re: November Thread [Re: spanishliz]
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I am finding photobucket pretty sketchy today - not all photos are showing up. Anyone else?
See how this one goes.

Another from the garden


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#836279 - Sat Nov 03 2012 01:47 AM Re: November Thread [Re: Copago]
ren33 Offline
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Nah Liz, Rosie finds that sort of stuff, climbing trees etc, much too active. One big yawn, in fact.
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#836281 - Sat Nov 03 2012 01:58 AM Re: November Thread [Re: ren33]
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This time we are standing on top of the Benvenue Cliffs looking out over Caroline Bay and the Pacific Ocean. Yes, that is Whales Creek again.


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