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Garden Cross spider

Garden Cross spider

Insects and Spiders 13 Sep 2014 by chwego
Loads of these chaps in the garden at the moment, this was the best pose I could find. I'm not too sure about the foremost leg, but then it would need massive depth of field to pull it all into focus.
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Hiker and Black Dog in Strange Place

Hiker and Black Dog in Strange Place

Abstracts and Digital Art 13 Sep 2014 by LyleT
A Sugar Pine Plantation that is over 100 years old.  Wonderful place to go on a hike. 
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Stourhead Reflections

Stourhead Reflections

Landscape and Environment 11 Sep 2014 by stan
Shot this week, but will plan to return in a few weeks for the more autumnal colours   Stan  
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Caked in glutinous mud

Caked in glutinous mud

Captive and Domesticated Animals 11 Sep 2014 by Ron Lander
Here is an adventure with our five month old labrador, Nelson.  I usually take a pair of bins on walks but this time decided to take a camera as the Buzzards, Sparrowhawks  and Woodpeckers have been rather bold recently and there was a chance of getting a shot.   Upon arrival at th...
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Little stint

Little stint

Birds 10 Sep 2014 by Steve Hatch
My first ever photo of this species  
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Sulphur Tuft, I Think

Sulphur Tuft, I Think

Plants, Garden and Fungi 06 Sep 2014 by John
We did a fungi walk in one of the local woods today and were amazed at how much fungi could be seen. This is one of my favourite images from the shoot, at 4 1/2 hours, the longest I have done in a long time
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Canary-shouldered Thorn on Birch

Canary-shouldered Thorn on Birch

Insects and Spiders 05 Sep 2014 by David Whitaker
It’s difficult to imagine that a brightly coloured moth like the Canary-shouldered Thorn blending in with anything. I persuaded one to sit on a bit of birch that was showing the first hints of autumn colour. The colour match is quite remarkable. A roosting moth is going to be easily overlooked by...
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Pine Sawyer Beetle

Pine Sawyer Beetle

Insects and Spiders 05 Sep 2014 by BigSkyKen
This lovely critter crash landed on my porch as I arrived home from work today.  If only I had the patience for focus stacking!  
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norfolk hawker

norfolk hawker

Insects and Spiders 03 Sep 2014 by norgreen
Hello, this one was one of my earlier test shots with my new geartaken at Strumpshaw fen, hope you like it.Howard.
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East Coast Sunset

East Coast Sunset

Landscape and Environment 03 Sep 2014 by LyleT
Sunset looks different from the East Coast over the sea away from the sun. Not as spectacular but wonderful as well.
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