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    Mating Ground Skinks:


    Female fence lizard:
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    Mushroom:


    Flower:
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    Great shots D, nice work with the mushroom and the brillant yellow flower it leaps off the page, cute lizards.
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    Is this a muskrat or a beaver?


    Muskrat or Beaver?? by Denise Trocio, on Flickr

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    I'm thinkin Beaver. See tail.

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    Its a Muskrat

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    Yep, muskrat. Nose is too narrow to be a beaver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Johnston View Post
    I'm thinkin Beaver. See tail.
    LOL! A guy on flickr said with a tail like that it's a muskrat! Maybe it's a Beavrat! I just know it was sheer ugly and it was swimming right toward me!

    At least I know what this is (maybe I should just stick to birds) ...


    IMG_2708 by Denise Trocio, on Flickr

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    IMG_2568 by Denise Trocio, on Flickr

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    I said in a thread about tripods I'd have the chance to go up to the rooftop of a disused 31 storey building in London... well it was amazing.

    First time I've ever shot with a tripod, or taken a serious "landscape" shot. But here're my favourites so far:







    Luckily I've got the chance to go up again in April and shoot a sunrise, because I noticed after the shoot that I need a narrower aperture to get the depth of field I need.

    The rest of the album's here: https://picasaweb.google.com/1176627...TopOfTheWorld#

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