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Waxwing, Shirebrook, Derbyshire
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Bottom of a cristal glass
and the center 5mm
Best Viewed Large
Theme: Bottoms Up.......HAPPY MACRO MONDAYS !!!!!
Toadlets are tiny! this little fella can sit on a thumbnail. The other day there were many hopping about and it was hard to avoid them 😯 Today we saw a huge adult, maybe the parent, in our shed, which shows our shed is damp and has a hole, but if it good for toads, there we're cool with that!! 🐸
It was dark and beginning to rain...I thought the camera coped well with the 1250 iso.
View through the cut crystal bottom of a very ornate Sherry Decanter.
Up-loaded for Macro Mandays
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macro mondays ... bottoms up ...
ODC ... reflections ...
I thínk I photographed the bottom of this sphere ... or didn't I ?
Ducks feeding in unison in a fall day. Thanks for looking and have a great day!
Macro Mondays July 10th theme: Bottoms Up
Naples Botanical Gardens
The blue-winged teal (Spatula discors) is a species of bird in the duck, goose, and swan family Anatidae. One of the smaller members of the dabbling duck group, it occurs in North America, where it breeds from southern Alaska to Nova Scotia, and south to northern Texas. It winters along the Pacific and Atlantic coasts and south into the Caribbean islands and Central America.
The range is all of North America except western and northern Alaska, northern Yukon Territory, northern Northwest Territories and the northeastern area of Canada. Blue-winged teal are rare in the desert southwest, and the west coast. The breeding habitat of the blue-winged teal is marshes and ponds.
Blue-winged teal inhabit shoreline more often than open water and prefer calm water or sluggish currents to fast water. They inhabit inland marshes, lakes, ponds, pools, and shallow streams with dense emergent vegetation. In coastal areas, breeding occurs in salt-marsh meadows with adjoining ponds or creeks. Blue-winged teal use rocks protruding above water, muskrat houses, trunks or limbs of fallen trees, bare stretches of shoreline, or mud flats for resting sites.
I saw a story that a tiger caught Covid off its keeper. Maybe these ducks thought I had it and were playing it safe? Seen on a walk in the Botanical Gardens yesterday. We are still allowed to drive to the supermarket right next to the Gardens so I had a few extra minutes while my wife queued 2 m apart to go for some food.
Our son in London just told us their PM is in ICU. I hope he gets that immunity he talked about.
“Alcohol may be man’s worst enemy, but the bible says love your enemy.”
Bearded Reedling Norfolk
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The bottom of the lake is now the top of the lake. Drought stricken Lake Isabella at Camp 9. It does make for interesting photography though!
The Peak: Romance and beyond.
This squirrel was sunning his backside on a maple tree branch. It was about 30 feet up the tree.
Taken through the window of the house.
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