Discussion in 'The Chatterbox' started by GDCarrington, Mar 20, 2015.
Thanks. The feather detail is amazing.
Yes it is.
It is a little hard to tell from the picture, but they appear to be ibises. Maybe American White Ibis?
This picture was taken at Badlands National Park, South Dakota. It is hard to imagine the settler's thoughts when they came upon this. If ever in the area, this is a must see.
Landscape Arch in Arches NP. Utah.
Took these while on my early morning walk with my Bedlington Terrier Boys, the photo's are in order from beginning to end of the walk, finished by walking past my old School Cyfarthfa Castle, it's no longer a school I left there in the 1970s
Taken with my Sony NEX-6/Minolta MD ROKKOR-X 28mm f2.8 lens. Old is not always bad.
my wifes new hobby..
While riding along the D&L Canal path about an hour north of Philadelphia. It was originally used to bring coal out of the mountains beginning in the early 1800s. Not a ton to see on this section of the trail, but it was a beautiful day and definitely a happy place.
Wow! What a beautiful area!
Thanks, a few photos I took of my country Wales.
Taken a year ago when we moved to Florida. At the time I wasn't sure I would ever get used to it, but I am.
Last year's eclipse.
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