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Cat Scan Prissy keeps going around the tree and sniffing it, looks like a tree but does not smell like one, hope fully she will get used to it. Found in North Carolina.

around sunset we found this adult Lioness near a waterhole

in Madikwe Game Reserve, South Africa

 

Nikon D850 Nikkor 70-200 f/2.8 with TC 1,4x

280mm f/5

 

IUCN RED LIST STATUS: Vulnerable

panthera leo

lion

leeuw

lion

Löwe

 

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Skin - Eudora Beauty - Jane (Fair) at Tres chic

 

Earrings - Badwolf - Badcat Earrings (Iron) at

 

Outfit - MUSE by MOON ELIXIR - Bad Kitty

 

Exclusives at at CYBER Fair (Sept 3rd - 23rd)

- Neon eyes cage - Madame Noir - Eye Neon

- Scanner - Badwolf - Psychic Scanner (Matrix)

 

Pose - Ana poses - Her September 3 at The Arcade

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Sarus crane | German: Saruskranich

 

Aves - Gruiformes - Gruidae -Antigone -

Antigone antigone | Linnaeus, 1758

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📷 SONY ⍺7RII (ILCE-7RM2) with SONY E-mount

Sigma FE 135mm ƒ/1.8 DG HSM | Art wide open

available light | manual exposure | handheld (IBIS on)

 

Here's the cam/lens combo used for this shot

France: Normandie - Gatteville Le Phare

 

Explore 03 / 12 / 2009

The birds squawked and scattered...then I spotted the reason why! There were actually two mourning doves above him in this tree and he kept looking up at them. They did manage to fly away and the hawk flew away empty handed - this time!

White Egret on Grado's lagoon

A spotted owlet scans the surroundings. With a neck that can rotate 270 degrees, they can scan practically in all directions without changing their position.

1992 u. 1994 in Mali.Einige Tage mit Piroge am Niger.Film Kodak T-max 400

Bronica EC - Nikkor-P 75/2.8 - Fuji Provia 100F - ScanView ScanMate 5000 - Revelado Interphoto

Have a hard time deciding the species of Hawks I have published in last day or so, but this one is really easy to figure out, the Red Tailed Hawk

Pentax 6x7 - SMC Pentax-6x7 55mm F4 - Neopan 100 Acros

-Kodak HC-110 Dil. E 7:00 min - ScanView ScanMate 5000

mju2, kodak gold 200, tetenal kit

Ready to begin a day’s work, the Ironton Railroad’s remaining DS-4-4-1000 (it originally had two) burbles away in front of the company’s engine house in Hokendauqua, Pennsylvania.

scetches from urania

mju2, kodak gold200, tetenal kit

canon a-1, vivitar 28-200, kentmere400, hc110

Little Eagle (Hieraaetus morphnoides)

 

Searching for rabbits in the Vic Uni Paddock!

Wild South Africa

Kruger National Park

 

The red throat indicates that this is a male in breeding season.

Pentax 6x7 - SMC Pentax-6x7 55mm F4 - Neopan 100 Acros

-Kodak HC-110 Dil. E 7:00 min - ScanView ScanMate 5000

At the Eagle's nesting site and after several hours of tending her eggs, the female eagle took to the sky, to stretch and search for a meal.

Watching the light from the sunrise, when I spied this juvenile bald eagle watching for food. She eventually found something that had washed up in the tide and took it up the beach to feast on. So, the search was fruitful! On the Oregon coast.

Captivated by the growing mass of festival-goers and silenced by the energy level of the event, this band member looks out at the spectacle around him.

Australian Hobby (Falco longipennis)

 

Great to catch up with Flickr mate Allan www.flickr.com/photos/124058575@N06/ today. Great that one of the Hobbies turned up too.

A White tailed Kite scans the valley in search of early morning snack...

A squacco heron ( Ardeola ralloides, üstökösgém) is mapping up food opportunities.

 

@Poroszló, Tisza-tó, Hungary.

 

If you like this photo, your faves, comments and observations are more than welcome!

 

But NO AWARDS, NO BANNERS, NO IMAGES, NO GROUP REFERENCES where you saw it, please.

 

Enlarge image to see more details and visit my 'Birds' album for more images! :)

 

The story behind the image:

A good friend and me made a 4-hour canoe trip with the photo gear

on the Tisza-tó, one of the renowned bird paradises of Europe.

canon a-1, vivitar ser.1 28-80macro, kentmere400, hc110b

RKO_3959. Copyright: Robert Kok. All rights reserved!

 

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When trends happen all at once

 

Wearing:

Head by Lelutka

Skin by Clef du Peau

Cigarette by [kunst]

Eyebrows by IDTTY

Hair by Dura

Ears by Swallow

Tattoo by 7P

Hoodie by FashionNatic

Pose by Black Cats Poses

Nankeen Kestrel ( Falco cenchroides) female

 

Scanning the Research Farm paddock, she didn't find anything so flew off into the distance.

Because this week's Flickr Friday theme is "PetLove," I put my cat on the flatbed scanner again. She didn't seem to mind and just looked puzzled as to why I wanted her to stand there. (As with all my work, constructive critique is welcome, and faves are appreciated.)

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European bee-eater | German name: Bienenfresser

 

Aves - Coraciiformes - Meropidae -

Merops - Merops apiaster | Linnaeus, 1758

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📷 SONY ⍺7RII (ILCE-7RM2) with Canon Extender EF 1.4x III &

Canon EF100~400mm ƒ/4.5~5.6L IS II USM on

Metabones EF - E-Mount T Smart Adapter Mark V

available light | manual exposure | handheld (IS on)

 

Here's the cam/lens combo used for this shot

Lens EXIF written with ExifMixer | ExifTool

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If you have amazing shots done with any kind of Canon lens (LTM, FL, FD or EF) on a SONY E-mount camera please share them in my group .: Canon lenses on SONY E-mount cameras :.

with Canon EF->SONY E-mount adapter thread

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Guns N' Roses - Estranged Live at the Hard Rock Las Vegas 2014 1080p

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wBvhPfnq-0

RKO_6541. White-tailed Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla) approaching the open space in the forest on a cloudy day!

 

The White-tailed Eagle is a very large eagle widely distributed across Eurasia. As are all eagles, it is a member of the family Accipitridae (or accipitrids) which includes other diurnal raptors such as hawks, kites, and harriers. One of up to eleven members in the genus Haliaeetus, which are commonly called sea eagles, it is not infrequently also referred to as the white-tailed sea-eagle. It is also sometimes known as the ern or erne (depending on spelling by sources), gray sea eagle and Eurasian sea eagle.

 

While found across a very wide range, today breeding as far west as Greenland and Iceland across to as far east in Hokkaido, Japan, they are often scarce and very spottily distributed as a nesting species, mainly due to human activities. These have included habitat alterations and destruction of wetlands, about a hundred years of systematic persecution by humans (from the early 1800s to around World War II) followed by inadvertent poisonings and epidemics of nesting failures due to various manmade chemical pesticides and organic compounds, which have threatened eagles since roughly the 1950s and continue to be a potential concern. Due to this, the white-tailed eagle was considered endangered or extinct in several countries. However, some populations have recovered well due to some governmental protections and dedicated conservationists and naturalists protecting habitats and nesting sites and partially regulating poaching and pesticide usage, as well as careful reintroductions into parts of their former range.

 

White-tailed eagles usually live most of the year near large bodies of open water, including both coastal saltwater areas and inland freshwater, and require an abundant food supply and old-growth trees or ample sea cliffs for nesting. They are considered a close cousin of the bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus), which occupies a similar niche in North America.

Source: Wikipedia.

 

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this is dedicated to Serena who lost her dear companion Rocco, a gentle sweet massive friend.

My new friend the red fox, checking the field for a quick snack. I felt as though I was out for a walk with my pet dog! Wildwood Park, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Bronica ETRS - Zenzanon EII 75 f2.8 - Ektachrome 100G - ScanView ScanMate 5000

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