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    There seems to be a number of cat avatars, so here's a photo of I took in Corfu of one of the local cats.
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    Default Re: The Great Photography Thread Part IV

    Hello all,

    thanks to the raining weather, I have taken a closer look at a tree trunk sample of the Permian silicified Medullosa Stellata.
    The attached picture shows the 'stella' cellular structure with the flattened deformed core (in brown color), surrounded with the axially radiating cells filled with blue amorphous agates.

    The Medullosales are extinct, their nearest still living relatives are the Cycades.

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    Thanks for looking,

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    Default Re: The Great Photography Thread Part IV

    Quote Originally Posted by hobbit1066 View Post
    Few from the walks with Saffy the distraction staffy lol
    plus a blue tit ive been trying to capture for weeks and weeks

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    Hi Rob. A very nice gallery of your work. I have seen the mama blackbird feeding her young on our birdbath, but by the time I get back out with my camera, they are gone. Thanks for sharing these images with us Rob, and keep up the great work.
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    Default Re: The Great Photography Thread Part IV

    Quote Originally Posted by bladekeeper View Post
    Found this little tree frog visiting my back porch this evening.

    Good Golly Molly. Now you have an astro frog Bryan.
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    Default Re: The Great Photography Thread Part IV

    Quote Originally Posted by j.gardavsky View Post
    Hello all,

    thanks to the raining weather, I have taken a closer look at a tree trunk sample of the Permian silicified Medullosa Stellata.
    The attached picture shows the 'stella' cellular structure with the flattened deformed core (in brown color), surrounded with the axially radiating cells filled with blue amorphous agates.

    The Medullosales are extinct, their nearest still living relatives are the Cycades.

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    Visual magnification 40x, picture width 3mm

    Thanks for looking,
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    Hi JG. Another astounding microscopy fossil capture. Thanks for taking the time to piy this up on here for us to enjoy JG.
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    Good Golly Molly. Now you have an astro frog Bryan.
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    Here is my contribution. I was too late in getting our "milk and wine" lilies, because by the time the daily rains here slowed down, they had stopped blossoming. However, we have bumper crop of "purple heart" lilies this year:
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    And here is a new "Gloriosa Lily":
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    If you have this plant, do not touch the plant without gloves. It contains colchicine, which in very small doses was used to treat gout. However it is toxic, and may cause a skin rash.
    Now to the front yard. Here is a Desert Rose:
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    My wife just loves this little flower. I hope all of you enjoy these photos, and the best of regards.
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    Hello Marshall,

    these are wonderful flowers of your wife, and very nice captures of yours!
    Thank you for sharing,

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    An Astro tree Frog very nice to see that the creatures still love the Bladekeeper Studios Property
    If I could train the little guy to sit on the OTA and eat mosquitoes and moths, I'd have it made!
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    Default Re: The Great Photography Thread Part IV

    The Bolddogs FMX performers at the Cheshire Show. Most people photograph them from the side, but I tried shooting them from the front. It was more difficult but I was very pleased with the result -it is always worth looking for a different viewpoint.

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