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A Finger Lakes fixer-upper stands across the road from the Long Point Winery far above Cayuga Lake

  

Car lights leave light trails on Woodall Rogers Freeway as they speed under the 1,200-foot-long deck that supports Dallas’ Klyde Warren Park.

“time is a tree (this life one leaf)

but love is the sky and i am for you

just so long and long enough”

― E.E. Cummings

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I totally posed the leaf for this shot. :)

A 30 second exposure using a Lee Filters Big Stopper.

 

Tenmile Creek near Thomaston, Georgia.

also called Long-tailed Bushtit

aegithalos caudatus

staartmees

orite à longue queue

Schwanzmeise

 

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also called Long-tailed Bushtit

aegithalos caudatus

staartmees

orite à longue queue

Schwanzmeise

 

Many thanks for your views, favorites and supportive comments.

 

All rights reserved. ButsFons©2020

Please do not use my photos on websites, blogs or in any other media without my explicit permission.

Long-tailed Tit, Langford Lakes Wiltshire UK

Aegithalos caudatus

  

taken at Barbury Castle Wilts

Barcas tradicionales tailandesas

My social distancing continues. One of my friends commented: "Mike, you've always maintained social distancing!" Maybe there's a bit of truth to that? On topic: My project to do a gallery of my trip to the Falklands continues. Here's one that I put a great deal of work in removing branches behind this Long-tailed Meadowlark as it dove off a brambly bush near one of the lodges in the Falklands.

 

Stay safe, we're making progress.

 

Mike

 

The African Long-legged Buzzard Buteo rufinus cirtensis has recently colonised Europe due to the climate in southern Europe becoming more suitable for this species. It is expected that the Iberian Peninsula will provide favourable breeding habitat for the African Long-legged Buzzard and facilitate its northward expansion through Europe.[5]

The route up Long Tom Pass starts at 1456m and climbs 682 vertical metres to an altitude of 2138m at its end. The summit of the pass lies at an altitude of ±2150m.

 

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This youngster got very excited when a barn owl flew overhead carrying prey

 

Taken in the golden hour, Cambridgeshire Fens

Hickling Broad, Norfolk.

 

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Juvenile Long-eared Owl (wild)

 

Cambridgeshire Fens

textures thanks to PaintedWorks and French Kiss.

One of last year's owlets, Cambridgeshire Fens

Quite a pale-headed one - I almost got excited but it did stand out from the crowd

One of last year's owlets

 

Cambridgeshire Fens

A Great Egret checks out the photographer on a late summer afternoon a couple of years ago at Robert H. Long Nature Park, in Commerce Township, Michigan. No Photoshopping here...its neck was really that long. :-)

 

HMBT

 

Flickr friends, I have encountered some computer problems. The good news for me is that the repairs will be covered under warranty; the bad news is that I'll be without my computer while it's in the shop, probably for a week or more. In the meantime, I'll be sharing my wife's computer, so my posts and commenting may be a bit irregular, but I'll try to keep up.

A new year and a new and long road ahead. Happy New Year everyone!

Wishing you all good light in 2020!

A long nosed 'Daffodil'.. 'Narcissus'.... enjoying a day of sunshine..

 

HBW..! have a great day.. thanks for looking..

 

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From last Summer, Cambridgeshire Fens

Juvenile bird (wild), Cambridgeshire Fens

 

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Boca Tapada - Costa Rica

Long Tailed Duck - Clangula Hyemalis

 

Saw a few of these while up North, but none came close. Still a lovely bird.

I posted three Long-eared Owl images this evening.

This is a lifer and one I have wanted to photograph for many years. I posted two shots of the adult. The other adult image shows the behavior of elongating their body when in the presence of an intruder. I also posted a shot of a nestling.

 

If you look at the adult shots, you can see that something is wrong with her right eye. The left eye pupil contracted in relation to the light. but her right eye pupil remained dilated and fixed with some of the pupil crossing the boundary of the iris at the bottom.

 

Richard Chamberland who provided me with this opportunity told me he has seen this condition in a few Owls of different species and thinks it is an injury caused by a poke on a twig. It doesn't seem to impair their ability to fly or hunt. These Long-eared Owls are raising four and at least two are at the branching stage.

 

Lacombe County. Alberta.

 

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Activists for birds and wildlife

 

Juvenile, Cambs Fens

 

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The Long-tailed Blue is an exotic migrant from the Mediterranean with a handful typically reaching UK shores each year.

This one turned up in my garden.

Long-billed Curlew (Numenius americanus) searching for a morsel on the prairie landscape east of Brooks, Alberta, Canada.

 

16 May, 2013.

 

Slide # GWB_20130516_5049.CR2

 

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