Monday in Nature, August 7, 2017

Discussion in 'Nature' started by sallymack, Aug 7, 2017.

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  1. Nature is sometimes mysterious but never, apparently, as much as in a salt marsh. I hadn't been out to the wetlands for several months and have no idea what this photo "is" except as a detail of a larger area several square yards in size of the same stuff. The white may be naturally-occurring gypsum. Mysterious or not, what do you have for MiN this week? PN-abs-4142.jpg
  2. Fawns in my backyard... Nature Monday 8-7-2017.jpg
  3. Male Goldfinch in the thistle.

  4. Still out there trying to bag dragonflies and missing the ones I want. But here's a bee cropped to the max. D7100, 200-500 lens, cropped to 100 percent.... MJC_7866.JPG
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  5. Baby alligators resting on a leaf with mom nowhere to be seen
  6. Bighorn Sheep in the Badlands of South Dakota on a two week road trip I did a few weeks ago roadtrip219-copy-2.jpg
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  7. Playing hide-and-seek.
  8. Gup

    Gup Gup

    I interrupted this painted turtle as she was seeking the perfect place to deposit her eggs.
    I used a D800E and a 105mm macro lens.

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  9. Tony Parsons

    Tony Parsons Norfolk and Good

  10. ShunCheung

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    Forster's tern getting breakfast, in the San Francisco Bay

    SallyMack, thanks for starting the thread.

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  11. Some bug porn this week. Found these two in my asparagus patch and got a photo to aid identification. They're spotted asparagus beetles (Crioceris duodecimpunctata) , which my book says do little damage and only feed on the seeds.
  12. Think it's safe to say that most African safari photographers do not pay much attention to the beauty of the savanna landscape. It can be quite amazing.

  13. Beautiful, delicate shrooms, Rick. Do you know what they are?

    Excellent capture of the male goldfinch, Wayne. They and red-eyed vireos are some of the few birds still singing around our house this time of the year. In fact they are kind of incessant at this point, come to think of it.
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  14. Jon, your tree feet reminded me of another old foot.

    Galapagos tortoise

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  15. Song Sparrow... Singing!

  16. IMG_0862_crop2_irfansharpadj_resize.jpg sponge and anemones at low tide
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