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Found this red wood ant (formica rufa) in my mother in laws backyard at easter. Feel free to drop by my Facebook page for more pictures. www.facebook.com/GauteFroysteinPhotography
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My entry to Round 1 of The Tourney 2015 over on MOCpages. :)
This depicts my character scouting out a potential route for a race.
Sometimes you deal with what your dealt, soooo here ya go! Looks good for iso 800 huh?
I was out scouting a location for a photo walk. Ya hear that local friends? I'll keep you in touch as details emerge!
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UP 2010 Boy Scout unit roll's slowly by the park in Rochelle, IL after getting the green to proceed westbound.
The barn at William "Buffalo Bill" Cody's ranch in North Platte, Nebraska.
This is another view of the scout, a bit more detailed. The angles of eyes and the shape of the helmet were hard but maybe the worst was the nose/mouth breathing grille.
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Lucy, on the right, the 16 year old female Bengal tiger at the Rio Grande Bio Park, died Tuesday, 11/2/2014, after a short illness.
According to the Albuquerque Journal she was fine up until Saturday (11/29) when keepers noticed blood on her belly. They observed her over Sunday and Monday, and while she ate her treats, she did not touch her normal diet. At 315 pounds, her normal diet would be 4 pounds of meat a day.
On Tuesday, zoo veterinarians sedated Lucy and examined her. They found a huge mass in her mammary area and an X-ray showed that her lungs were also affected. She was dosed with antibiotics and steroids and when she came out of sedation she was not breathing well. The decision was made to humanely euthanize her.
Lucy had the same keeper for 15 years and she would greet her keepers with a "chuff" that tigers use to greet each other. She was feisty and adventurous and braver than Scout. When enrichment toys were added to their enclosure Lucy would check them out first, then Scout would be brave enough to play - and take them away from her.
Scout and Lucy had one litter of 2 cubs in 2002, but neither cub survived.
Good bye, Lucy.
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My first entry to Droneuary 2015.
Well, I think this turned out alright, for a first try at least. There are a couple of things I'm not too happy with, but overall I quite like it! And yes...dust. Oops. ;)
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This is scout, wearing her little scout thing around her neck. She is looove.
- my sisters 7ca8ttjjjjjjjs... *cats
haha, sorr=y about the mistakes... scout just walked across the key board. XD
Not the Scout that Tonto rode, but named after him. My sister's 5-year-old Half-Arabian Pinto gelding that she's finally getting to work under saddle after breaking her leg last summer.
A small clone squad scouts the perimeter.
I've been wanting to try do some outdoor photos for a while now, I finally got to it and I'm quite happy with the results!
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(Sorry I've been so inactive!)
reflective umbrella camera's left angled down just a bit.
rim lights about 6 feet back on both sides 14 foot stands angled down
the back drop was lit with a 8" reflector just behind his head firing straight back to create that circle shape.
Triggered with pocket wizards
BEHIND THE SCENES!
Out in the Mojave Desert last night with very cool temperatures and breezy conditions. It was a full moon too and found some interesting areas to come back too. Lots of time, mileage, and money put into such adventures.
Subtle sunset colours at Scout Dyke reservoir, Penistone, Yorkshire.
An armless mech. I`m pretty happy with how it turned out, especially the legs.
Inspired by Color.
The UP 2010 Boy Scout engine leads a stack train at Malta, IL, on 12-28-14.
This is a shot of a reflection in Scout lake, which is located north of Durango, Colorado. There is an even larger lake (Potato or Spud lake) located to the north and accessed by a mile + hiking trail. This area has some really dense patches of white daisy's this time of the year (late July). After shooting in the volcanic San Juan mountains, it was a nice change to see the pink and white granite. I REALLY need to get back here in the fall!
This is something that I have been meaning to do for awhile now, but never got around to it.
This was actually pretty fun to build and I would at some point love to make a larger scale of this, but for now enjoy!
Day 4 of a 5 day B&W challenge
Another farm cat sitting on the side of the farm's acreage and patiently waiting for a mouse to scoot across its path!
The cat's actual B&W pattern was a natural when I turned the grasses to gray. As the light is coming from the left it gave some rim light to that side. The image I feel displays the gray ranges with a contrasted subject.
I was going through some of my old figs, and found my old, poorly-sharpied scout trooper and decided to restore it. Then I just decided to mod it. :P
Thoughts? I changed up the speeder slightly from the last one and made some bent legs. The belt thing is based of the 6" figure. I don't really know if it works or not.
I haven't had much time this week for new Belville builds but the weekend will be here soon enough :)
Fresh greens courageously sticking their heads out to scout the area.
ISO 100 // 36 MP // F8 // 16mm
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