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#442113 - Sat Oct 18 2008 07:59 AM Re: Photo-a-day - October 2008
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wonderful photos, all! learned the difference between prairie dog and gopher and meerkats



'artsy fartsy' shot of some ropes, lines, etc.
aboard a fishing trawler
Inner Harbour
downtown Nanaimo, B.C.
October 12 / 08


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#442114 - Sat Oct 18 2008 08:17 AM Re: Photo-a-day - October 2008
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Nice Pic of the Iguanas, not often you see them like this



Especially in Scotland, eh Prof
Love the kangaroo in the backyard by the way. I once had one hopping along in front of me for about half a mile after visiting a farm near Albany in W. Australia. A routine occurence for locals, but a unique experience for us 'foreigners'

We've been in Poland again this week, in the historic city of Warsaw. Here are just two of the fabulous wall icons in the beautiful orthodox church of St. Mary Magdalene.


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#442115 - Sat Oct 18 2008 01:39 PM Re: Photo-a-day - October 2008
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Alex is an absolute sweetheart Clara Sue! A smile of all smiles. Exquisite iconography, am so glad to have seen these of yours.


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#442116 - Sat Oct 18 2008 01:53 PM Re: Photo-a-day - October 2008
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Here's a traditional British village, only about 15 miles from London, Thames Ditton in Surrey

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#442117 - Sat Oct 18 2008 02:02 PM Re: Photo-a-day - October 2008
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This is quite an untypical landscape for Norfolk - one of the few views from above sea level.

Sandringham Country Park, looking out to the Wash.

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#442118 - Sat Oct 18 2008 04:36 PM Re: Photo-a-day - October 2008
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Thats lovely Lilyalli. Do you have any of Sandringham. I missed going to see it this summer as I was sick the day we planned to go.
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#442119 - Sat Oct 18 2008 06:17 PM Re: Photo-a-day - October 2008
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That's a shame, Ren. Do you mean the house itself? If so, I'm afraid not, but I could have a wander around the grounds sometime and see if I can take something half decent - it's only a few miles down the road.
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#442120 - Sat Oct 18 2008 07:42 PM Re: Photo-a-day - October 2008
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Am loving Alex - what breed is he? maltese?

From SatG "By the way, this road is literally a 'dead end' as it stops at the cemetery wall" That gave me a good chuckle for the day.

I know this one isn't a great photo or anything but looked cute there last night. This is Ashie, still trying to have control over his ears, watching some feral goats through the front fence. He wasn't quite sure what to do.

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#442121 - Sat Oct 18 2008 07:53 PM Re: Photo-a-day - October 2008
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Ashie is cute too, in fact we all seem to have some sweet dogs.
Lilyalli that would be great I would love to see what I missed. I will try to make it next time.
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#442122 - Sun Oct 19 2008 12:38 AM Re: Photo-a-day - October 2008
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My favourite beach at Dornoch is not the main one thats packed, this is quiet and peaceful, a great place to have a beach barbie and relax. Madonna and Guy Married a stones throw away from here.
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#442123 - Sun Oct 19 2008 03:56 AM Re: Photo-a-day - October 2008
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didnt see anyone replying about your fish spanishliz , it looks like a salmon

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#442124 - Sun Oct 19 2008 07:31 AM Re: Photo-a-day - October 2008
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Another image from my trip to Poland this week. I liked this restaurant door in Warsaw old town.


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#442125 - Sun Oct 19 2008 08:03 AM Re: Photo-a-day - October 2008
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A California sunset...


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#442126 - Sun Oct 19 2008 12:27 PM Re: Photo-a-day - October 2008
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This is Hampton Court station platform, and being the end of the line has been developed to a little cafe (in a caravan behind where I took it) and even has toilets, a rare bonus anywhere in the country nowadays.

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#442127 - Sun Oct 19 2008 02:52 PM Re: Photo-a-day - October 2008
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I saw this garden at Port Lympne Safari Park in Kent, UK. I like it when the gardener allows plants to grow naturally in no particular pattern



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#442128 - Sun Oct 19 2008 08:16 PM Re: Photo-a-day - October 2008
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A bowl of pretty peppers from my garden -


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#442129 - Sun Oct 19 2008 09:33 PM Re: Photo-a-day - October 2008
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Mmm, those look good, cinnam0n.

My sister and I visited our Mum today. She's living pretty much out in the country, and where she is living has just added a pretty walkway from the building to the bay, which we strolled along. As you can see, this bench is ready for Hallowe'en, as well as any weary walkers.


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#442130 - Mon Oct 20 2008 01:40 AM Re: Photo-a-day - October 2008
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A view from the car park of the Cairngorm mountain railway of the views on the ground level, We were told was extremley foggy up top of the mountain so stayed down below
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#442131 - Mon Oct 20 2008 10:05 AM Re: Photo-a-day - October 2008
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Wish I could grow peppers and pumpkins like those
We saw this fine little fellow in a Warsaw park last week. Red squirrels are virtually extinct in Britain, but are common in Poland.


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#442132 - Mon Oct 20 2008 10:41 AM Re: Photo-a-day - October 2008
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Coit Tower, San Francisco...


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#442133 - Mon Oct 20 2008 11:26 AM Re: Photo-a-day - October 2008
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Those rows of flowers look like strawberry icecream!

Here's the main entrance to the ground I showed recently, one of the country's friendliest. It also has a pub on all the corners (the only one) if you're that way inclined.

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#442134 - Mon Oct 20 2008 03:44 PM Re: Photo-a-day - October 2008
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What a great selection of photos everybody!

I took advantage of my recent visit to Dublin to shoot some of the more well-known landmarks in the city centre. Here's one of Clery's Clock - an ornate clock decorating the facade of Clery's department store on O'Connell Street and a popular meeting spot for young and old alike, particularly for young couples.

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#442135 - Mon Oct 20 2008 05:13 PM Re: Photo-a-day - October 2008
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Always good photos, I especially like the scarecrow on a bench and the cute red squirrel.

This is the back of the Los Angeles County Art Museum - I thought the architecture was interesting.

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#442136 - Tue Oct 21 2008 03:45 AM Re: Photo-a-day - October 2008
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Sun reflects on Loch Broom Ullapool, on the west coast of Scotland
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#442137 - Tue Oct 21 2008 07:08 AM Re: Photo-a-day - October 2008
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Here are two of our boys Bill & Fred. It was taken a while ago as Fred in the box now weighs 22lbs and matches Bill in size.

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