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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

I take mostly photographs of the natural world and hopefully I will be able to post one a day; but I often travel and do not have an internet connection when I do. I defintely have no problem taking photographs everyday.

A test shot for our "borrowed" clothing theme. Me, approaching 58 on February 3, 2008.

Self-Portrait in Red Scarf
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

May 19, 2007

Just plain exhausted.

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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

May 20, 2007

When someone you love touches you, it is a brief moment that can last a life time.

Steller's Jays this morning at Neary Lagoon reminds me of one of those brief moments

Wow Honey, That Was A Steller Kiss!
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Jonathan Riverwalker says:

sweet photo - gypsy
i dont think we have those jays here - just the blue and the gray (camp)
love how the branch comes out of the DOF to poke ya in the eye :)
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Jonathan Riverwalker says:

love the exhausted photo - i can relate peeerfectly
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CollardGreens says:

19th frog is priceless - the detail on the green bits makes it so. Touch and feeling the touch are two of the best emotions we have...nicely done.

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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

May 21, 2007

Blue sky sunny day. Worked most of it.
Late afternoon run out to Moss Landing but the red-necked phalaropes were not there. It was remarkably unbirdy. Caught this tree swallow and that was about it. Stopped by Watsonville slough on the way home. The last time I was there, it was all piled up mud with earthmovers pushing the mud around. Now it is again filled with water and reeds are growing. I was hoping for a kingfisher or an ibis (both of which I have seen there before) but there wasn't either. There was a great blue heron and a Caspian tern. Some goldfinches and a few gadwalls. The light was poor so I only took a few photos of the heron and then drove home.

Tree Swallow at Moss Landing

See my agent about my fee
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Jonathan Riverwalker says:

i see no moss and no trees.. ??
:P
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

I didn't pay the model either.
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ItinerArts says:

I love the jays.

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dda1605 says:

Interesting life you have......Beautiful pictures.
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CollardGreens says:

I envy you - we only have pigeons on the balcon...good stuff here

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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

May 22, 2007

Took an early morning walk on the beach at Natural Bridges. Just me and the birds were there. Brown Pelicans, Brant's Cormorants, a variety of gulls, one Snowy Egret, one Great Egret, several mallards and one red phalarope. I followed it around for a while snapping its photo from every angle. Worked the rest of the day, saw my chiropractor, now I am making a salad to take to my french group.

Great Egret

Egret in the Morning Light
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CollardGreens says:

psst...wanna buy a watch ??
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BellaGaia says:

today's photo is absolutely exquisite.....
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RobW_ says:

Almost all of your photos are worthy of faves, and I see many have had appropriate recognition by your contacts and Explore. Such quality and perfection. Always a pleasure to browse through.
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

May 23, 2007

What I first noticed about him was the intensity of his eyes. I wanted to be reflected in them and held there.


Snowy Egret
Snowy Egret
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Jonathan Riverwalker says:

stunning
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Dragonhide says:

I continue to be blown away with your ability to capture wildlife. I live in the woods, but... They aren't as forthcoming as you make them out to be.

Maybe patience on my end? I don't know.

I'm very curious tho how long you wait on average for each of these shots.

Stunningly beautiful, they all are.
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RobW_ says:

Another perfect bird capture. The eye, as you say, is mesmeric.
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

Depends on where I am. Here on this pond on the beach one can get fairly close. I am there very early in the morning, mainly to catch this light and because the beach is less crowded.
Many places I go, though, I have to wait a long time for the birds to settle down and come close. Often times, they are close when I arrive and they fly away--those are the ones that got away.
Patience is defintely the key, patience and a knowledge as to where the birds are. You live in the woods so you should see lots of birds especially in the fall and the early spring.
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

May 24, 2007

Dropped by Jetty Road early this morning. It wasn't very birdy but there was a small flock of godwits and at the boat yard a few red-necked phalaropes. I only stayed a short while and then went to work where I pruned ivy all day. In the afternoon, I met with my french group.


Marbled Godwit
Marbled Godwit
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CollardGreens says:

I am with Rob and Jallen here...you shots are simply tops but I also am curious about the time it takes...years you say ??

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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

No, not years. I am relatively new at this. I bought my first camera two years ago when I went to Corsica. It was a Canon Powershot A85. I bought the digital rebel last summer before I went to Corsica again. I had a 300 mm lens at the time and that is when I started trying to photograph birds. I bought the 400 mm lens about January of 2007. I don't think it is the years or even the amount of time but these things: opportunity, knowing where to go, luck, and taking lots and lots of shots--everyday.
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

May 25, 2007

Went to Neary Lagoon early this morning. There is only one coot baby left and the parents have moved the nest further back into the reeds.
There were four baby mallards. After work, Rainey and I went for a walk on the beach at Natural Bridges and then along the cliffs. We eased down one cliff to take photos of a flock of oystercatchers. I had never seen so many in one place. Tonight I am going dancing.

Ducklings
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CollardGreens says:

Good to hear that there is hope for me yet ! Maybe a 400mm will find it's into my bag someday...nicely done here.

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RobW_ says:

What a long beak on May 24! What I find is common to all your shots is the clarity, the light and the detail that you capture. You must have a fine steady hand.
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

Yes, I think I have a fairly steady hand. Since I don't work with a tripod, I often lay flat on the ground on my stomach and use my elbows as a tripod.

To me the contrast of light and shadow is really what photography is all about--especially the light.

Both of you take such fantastic pictures that it is a high compliment when you visit my thread.

Thank you
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CollardGreens says:

I do most certainly agree with you about light and contrast being first even above color. I find myself seeking out the light in any situation because it will make or break any shot you take. I started carring a monopod lately. I do not mount the camera on the pole but rather use it as a positioning aide. They are not too expensive and especially in low light will make a huge difference. Best.
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

May 26, 2007

Spent all day at my friends Tony and Lynn's place in Prunedale for a work party. They are getting married next Saturday. We planted, built a dance floor, widened the pathways, had a barbeque. I took hundreds of photographs.

At one point, I took a walk along the road. There was a large pond on some private property just below the road but fenced and surrounded by poison oak. As I stood there a Great Blue Heron flew over.

Great Blue Heron
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

May 27, 2007

Crazy, busy day.

I made a collage of Mohammed and Ftah, two musicians of Imazighen origin from Morocco, performing last night at our bi-monthly vecherinka.

Duo Aza
Mohammed and Ftah--Duo Aza
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

May 28, 2007

Spent the day with Mark Hatasaka, Rainey and her husband Mike in the Palo Alto Baylands and Redwood Shores. I took more than 500 photos and I am exhausted as we left this morning at 4 a.m.

Black-crowned Night Heron in flight over Redwood Shores

Black-Crowned Night Heron
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

May 29, 2007

Barn Swallow this morning

Barn Swallow
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CollardGreens says:

Fantastic ! The barn swallow...really...fantastic ! Bravo...

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RobW_ says:

This last one is totally perfect. Another Bravo!
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

May 30, 2007

Went to Neary Lagoon early this morning to check on the pied-billed grebe nest. The babies have hatched. As far as I can tell there are two. The nest is hidden in the reeds and it was a cold foggy dark morning and so I wasn't able to get any really good photographs. The brought the babies out briefly; but most of the time they stayed hidden on the back of one of the parents.
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

Someone posted this link, I have forgotten whom; but thank you.

This is one amazing video.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=LU8DDYz68kM
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

May 31, 2007

French group at my house tonight.
Worked most of the day but did take the time to walk around Neary Lagoon looking for the grebe babies. There were two yesterday; but I saw the parents but no babies today. There are still four mallard babies growing up, and one new mallard baby with another couple. There is only one coot baby left; but it seems to be doing well.
Saw my chiropractor that spent the rest of the afternoon making the entrée for the dinner and cleaning my house.

Woodduck hiding in the reeds at Neary Lagoon

Woodduck
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

June 1, 2007

Mute Swan
Mute Swan
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ItinerArts says:

I really like the swallow!

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RobW_ says:

It was I who posted the link, on Jissy's diary thread, because she had recently been in the Kruger Park. It is a fascinating video.
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

June 2, 2007
On the beach early this morning photographing a red-necked phalarope. Swung by Neary Lagoon afterwards and saw the woodducks again and the swallows. Came home made a huge salad (spinach, strawberries, avocado, gorgozola cheese in a blood orange vinegrette), grabbed my camera, extra batteries and another memory card and went to Tony and Lynn's wedding. Photographed (over 1000 photos), ate, talked, danced and then collapsed.

Violet-Green Swallow at the Lagoon

Violet-Green Swallow
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

June 3, 2007

Had breakfast with my friend Susan this morning who lives out near Elkhorn Slough. While we were having our coffee a fox mother and her four kits came nearby and started playing in her field near the house.

Had just a photo of the mother fox here; but decided to change it to the mother fox with two of her baby kits

Mom Fox and Two of the Four Kits
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wow! cool. i've never seen a fox in person
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

My first time too.
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RobW_ says:

Friendly, playful foxes. Charming picture.
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

Not friendly really; I kept my distance.
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

May 4, 2007

Common Murre on Capitola Beach this grey foggy morning

Common Murre
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CollardGreens says:

I caught a glimpse at some red foxes as they dashed out of a hedgerow in Chitchester UK ...scared the bejesus out of me !!

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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

June 5, 2007

Turtle on the beach
Turtle on the beach
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CollardGreens says:

They have this "wise" look - even ancient wise...

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Dragonhide says:

I love that turtle shot.. They're so photogenic aren't they? :)
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

June 6, 2007

Struggling.

White-crowned Sparrow
White-crowned Sparrow
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Jonathan W says:

nice pic of the sparrow strutting his stuff
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CollardGreens says:

Strutting indeed ! Nicely done...

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RobW_ says:

Brave little sparrow! And I agree about the turtle? Do they lay their eggs on the beaches, as the Caretta-Caretta in Zakynthos?
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

June 7, 2007

Today we had a funeral for Eve's cat, Mia.

Eve in the garden
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CollardGreens says:

...oh human life...that is the hardest of all to capture - well done.

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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

June 8, 2007

Black Phoebe Babies on the nest

Hey you, we're hungry.  Hey you, we're hungry. Hey you, we're hungry!
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CollardGreens says:

Hungry !!!
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

June 9, 2007
Went to Palo Alto Baylands again today with Mark, Rainey and Marianne.

Swallowtail Butterfly
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ItinerArts says:

Beautiful detail on that butterfly.

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CollardGreens says:

oops - invitation oversight ! Thought it would be interesting for her (Glory) to see the posts even though she was away...second thoughts - well probably not polite to shanghai her thread...I'll post appropriately -

Really beautiful butterfly...
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

June 10, 2007

I have a bad cough and asthma these days. Sometimes, I do not have the energy to pick up the camera. Today, I had to make a birthday cake, do a radio show, clean house, make birthday cards and now I will be heading off to a vecherinka.

Hummingbird in my garden this morning
Hummingbird
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CollardGreens says:

* passes the magic energy pills...

I can truthfully say I have never seen a hummingbird light, here you have one in your garden...good stuff

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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

They actually sit for long periods of time on a branch and sing away.
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

June 11, 2007

Returned to work after what felt like a very long weekend--so many things happening in just two days. My neck and shoulder (left side) are starting to hurt again; but I see the chiropractor tomorrow. Probably all this coughing has thrown it out. I am normally a very healthy, vigorous person; but lately have become an asthmatic old lady. oh well

Worked all day then took a walk along the river in the late afternoon. Ran into my friend Marshal when we were both photographing a common merganser mother and her babies.

Common merganser babies
Baby Common Mergansers
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

June 12, 2007

My mother died about four years ago; but today is her birthday. I am thinking of her.

Baby Green Herons
Young Green Herons
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drab chicken [deleted] says:

nothing about you seems old, babe. not a thing. so hey, did the chiropractor help?
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

A little bit. And hey, my son is probably older than you babe. And so that makes me, well as french women like to say "un certain âge."
:P
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CollardGreens says:

Old is on your identity card only...my baby is 25 on his next birthday - the oldest, well - he retires soon !! Must have been something in the moon - I've had a crick in the neck for a couple...(wait - don't they say old is when you gather to talk about what ails you??) Nothing brings about a look at our own mortality like the passing of a parent.

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RobW_ says:

Beautiful butterfly up there.
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drab chicken [deleted] says:

is your son single?
*waggles eyebrows
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

I am only old in years...but not in spirit.

My son lives with his girlfriend in San Francisco. And as his mom, I think he is dang cute. (He is 31)
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RobW_ says:

*waggles finger at Glory.
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

June 13, 2007

I seem to be gaining my energy back; but the weather was so hot today I just wanted to hide in the shade. I had to work though. Later in the day, I took a walk around Neary Lagoon. Lots of wood ducks in various stages of molting. One very colorful drake still in breeding plumage and one young drake just beginning to attain his adult feathers. There was a mama mallard with five new babies. I stood on the ramp that goes over the water and tried to photograph blue dragonflies on the wing. i was never very successful at it; but it was a fun challenge.

Blue dragonfly in the sunlight

Blue Dragonfly
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CollardGreens says:

GREAT job...I have been hard at work trying to catch honey bees at work lately. It is hard stuff - this is good...with the 400 ??

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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

Yes, I used the 400 mm lens. My object was to try to capture their irridescence and the motion of their fairy like wings.
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Dragonhide says:

Wow, you really take such awesome shots... I'm always stunned when I stumble into your stream here.

It has to take a huge amount of patience to wait for the right moment with the animal kingdom.
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

June 14, 2007

I need to make some major changes in my life. Perhaps moving on...

Lawrence's Goldfinch

Lawrence's Goldfinch
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Jonathan W says:

That dragonfly shot is fantastic!
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CollardGreens says:

Well done (again) ...jealous of the 400mm. I have asked (pleaded) with the gods that be to rain one down on me...(preferably with VR and auto/man focus - if they are listening!).

* looks hard at calendar

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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

June 15, 2007

Things are never so bad, that they can't get worse.

Thistle
Thistle
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drab chicken [deleted] says:

true enough, my friend. true enough.
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CollardGreens says:

Always room for an apple pie baker here...
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

Well if you are at Annetta's when I am there; then you will taste my apple pie. it is a favorite with the family.
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CollardGreens says:

* reflects a little on how cooked apples and warm pie crust taste...certainly with some reall vanilla ice-cream...perhaps a small taste of calvados as well !

I am sure it is worth any effort to get a taste !
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

The only drawback of making one in Corsica in September is that the apples I prefer to use are not available there. I prefer jonagold but could go with gravenstein or macintosh. In La Corse there is only either Granny Smith which to me are tasteless or Golden Delicious--which is what I use when I am there. But my crust is out of this world. Calvados sounds lovely. Ice cream would be good but my pie doesn't need it. :-)
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

June 16, 2007

Romneya Coulteri
Another View
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June 17, 2007

Even though they were right under the eaves of the house where we were having the Father's Day gathering they remained very busy working on their home and never threated any of us once.

Busy as a Bee
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CollardGreens says:

Stinging Insects...Excuse # 24 for buying a 400 mm !!
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

Who needs excuses? :D
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Jonathan W says:

Love how the light shines through the flower on the 16th.
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CollardGreens says:

I'll try your advice on debt and dispair ! Thanks...
oh - would "pink lady" apples work ?
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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

June 18, 2007

Today would be my sister Kathie's birthday; but she died a few years ago. I miss her.

I keep reminding myself that no matter how bleak my life seems, there are many in this world who would just be thankful to have a meal.

Psst, There She Is Again, Pass It On
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June 19, 2007

There has been so much photo theft on Flickr lately, with websittes downloading people's photos without their permission and with other flickr members using the photos of others on flickr on their own site. I have decided to only upload images in medium resolution and in a smaller size these days. I have had one photo used on a website without my permission and fortunately they were kind enough to remove it when I complained. Others have not been so lucky.

After Rainey got off work we took a walk in Neary Lagoon. There were lots of woodducks and we had fun photographing them.

<Wood Ducks
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CollardGreens says:

I would think there would be a "lock" that could be put on the capability to download. Sure someone could still take the thumbnail but... anyway for me it is not such a problem as I would post nothing I was planning to sell. I sort of look on this forum as an ad...serious photos for sale shouldn't be exposed to this. I like your idea of putting your name in the corner. Have you ever looked into watermarks? (no not the ones on your knees and elbows ...!)

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Gypsy Flores Photography says:

Yes, that is how I have mine set up. I think one can only download a thumbnail; but I cannot be certain.
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June 20, 2007

Stopped by Twin Lakes Beach today. There was a mother mallard with about five tiny babies, a coot family with one baby and the eucalyptus trees filled with double-crested cormorants nesting and courting.

Why Don't You Come Up and See Me Sometime, Big Boy?
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Dragonhide says:

photo thieves make me sick, and that along with the weird censorship lately is killing the freespirit of flickr to me. :(

I keep saying I'm going to limit sizes, but honestly- I am so disorganized and my stuff on flickr is as organized as I get so I want original resolutions available to me! Cake and eat it situation I suppose.

I am aware you can limit people from viewing larger sizes, but I do not put very much faith in that being foolproof. I know there are ways around that.

Anyway, that's besides the point... All these posts are stunningly beautiful!

I have a 300mm and LOVE it.. I can only imagine how even more fun a 400mm will be :)
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CollardGreens says:

No flying with wet wings !! Well done.

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