...and talking of our cockatiels...

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crocoite
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...and talking of our cockatiels...

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This is Norbert (our other one is Daggett) of the Angry Beavers fame :P
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I need to do that somewere warm also. Right now the temperature is 16 °F / -9 °C, Northwest winds 10 to 20 mph with gusts up to 35 mph. Chance of snow 70 percent. You think I will photograph any insects today? :roll: Enjoy the spring Steve :wink:
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beetleman wrote:I need to do that somewere warm also. Right now the temperature is 16 °F / -9 °C, Northwest winds 10 to 20 mph with gusts up to 35 mph. Chance of snow 70 percent. You think I will photograph any insects today? :roll: Enjoy the spring Steve :wink:
Hi Doug. Sorry to hear of your cold weather. We have a scheduled top of 32°C today. Fine and sunny with a gentle breeze. I got out fairly early before the breeze sprang up and photod some insects. Posts to come later :wink:

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Post by Ken Ramos »

Thanks for showing us the "bird" there Steve. :lol: Beautiful cockatiel, Sue would like this image, she loves them. I suppose this would qualify as a close-up, not really being a macro :-k , however, just a reminder to all of us, please consider your subject(s) before posting, as to whether they fit the particular forum(s) outline. We all...well some of us :lol: have been guilty of a few, I suppose. Nice shot there Steve. :D

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Ken Ramos wrote:I suppose this would qualify as a close-up, not really being a macro :-k , however, just a reminder to all of us, please consider your subject(s) before posting
...the title of this forum being macro and close-up of course... :?

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Steve replied:
...the title of this forum being macro and close-up of course...
Yes it is Steve and yours is a close-up of course. :D In the past we have had, on occasion, a few that were not, chickens, dogs, cats, etc.. and sometimes it's a fine line to distinguish which is or isn't, so just a reminder to everyone, self included :wink: .

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Post by Mike B in OKlahoma »

I don't see any cuttlefish! :-)
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Mike said:
I don't see any cuttlefish! :-)
Isn't there a snake you can photograph somewhere? :lol:

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Post by salden »

Looks like my Dusty :D . I love these birds. Usually we post these images in the Community forum. We did have a pet forum once, but too little participation so it was removed.
Sue Alden

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