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They keep coming...MagpiesSimplicitySeemingly bad shotGreen dreamsGreen dreamsQuercus robur? NOQuercus robur? NOQuercus robur? NOThe invisible antsAnts in your wayHard workersA little milkmaidCrossroadTree 21 of 22Tree 20 of 22Tree 19 of 22Tree 18 of 22Tree 17 of 22Tree 16 of 22Tree 15 of 22Tree 14 of 22Tree 13 of 22Tree 12 of 22Tree 11 of 22Tree 10 of 22For Solitaire1Tree 08 of 22Tree 07 of 22Tree 06 of 22Tree 05 of 22Tree 04 of 22Tree 03 of 22Tree 02 of 22Tree 01 of 22Autumn Prelude

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They keep coming...

... to dinner with me. Isn't it a wonder?

More about "my" magpies in this other photo. Gale, you know why these are so special to me, doesn't you?



Zenit 12 + Hanimex Zoom 70-210mm. Film Ilford FP4 Plus

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Magpies

I have been observing these magpies for years but I've found almost impossible to take good shots of them. This is neither the best nor the worse, but as it has two birds...


GeoTagged

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Simplicity

I've to go this evening to the birthday party of one of my nephews, so I'll not be here till tomorrow. I know I'm being very silly, but... well, I wanted you to know. See you.

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Seemingly bad shot

Second part of my walk of Aug. 31.

The first I did was to come to this park and take some shots of this fountain.

But I could not end what I was trying to do because there was some disturbance close by that didn't let me even take well this last shot to the fountain.

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Green dreams

Second part of my walk of Aug. 31.

The first I did was to come to this park and take some shots of this fountain.

This particular one I dedicate to Sparky2geotagged

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Green dreams

Second part of my walk of Aug. 31.

The first I did was to come to this park and take some shots of this fountain.

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Quercus robur? NO

A closer view of the trunk and the bark.

[edited] It seems it's not even Quercus, but Sorbus intermedia

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Quercus robur? NO

View of the whole tree. It's very young (5 or 6 year-old) and it's not thriving very much.

I've made a wild adjustment to channels because it was just after sunrise and the lighting here was not very good.

[edited] It seems it's not even Quercus, but Sorbus intermedia

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Quercus robur? NO

There is a closer view of one of the leaves of this tree.

[edited] It seems it's not even Quercus, but Sorbus intermedia

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The invisible ants

This anthill is rather new (june of this year) and the ants are very different than those of the previous one. In fact, these are so little and of a colour such as to be almost invisible. Some of then are most blackish, but even then it's difficult to appreciate them.

The anthill is also different, as you can appreciate. They are near neighbours, about five meters from one to the other, but they have not engage in a war still.

BTW, you must look at the large size photo ;-)

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Ants in your way

This view shows the previous anthill in a better contextual way. You see that they are not as bigger as you would hav supposed, though they are big enough to be seen just by looking.

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Hard workers

These little beauties are already preparing themselves for the winter, I think. I've been observing them for two years only, so I don't know very much about their life-cycle. If someone can point me to a good, reliable reference I'd thank her/him very, very much.

NEWS: FYI, the link that hockadilly has posted is marvellous (to me at least).
This is a replica of that link: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ant
Thank you very, very much, hockadilly.

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A little milkmaid

I don't think any human would work as hard as this little "aphidherd". There was no other ant that I could see in that little branchs.

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Crossroad

Walking by the city I live in, you'll be surprised with all these views.
And in less than a half-hour walk.

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Tree 21 of 22

Walking by the city I live in, you'll be surprised with all these views.
And in less than a half-hour walk.

For some reason this caught my attention also, though I was looking only for natural beings.

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Paseando por la ciudad donde vivo te puedes ver sorprendido por estas vistas.
Y en menos de media hora, andando.

Por alguna raz�n esto llam� mi atenci�n, aunque s�lo estaba buscando seres vivos naturales.

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Tree 20 of 22

Walking by the city I live in, you'll be surprised with all these views.
And in less than a half-hour walk.

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Tree 19 of 22

Walking by the city I live in, you'll be surprised with all these views.
And in less than a half-hour walk.

This is probably a life and death strugle between both plants.

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Tree 18 of 22

Walking by the city I live in, you'll be surprised with all these views.
And in less than a half-hour walk.

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Tree 17 of 22

Walking by the city I live in, you'll be surprised with all these views.
And in less than a half-hour walk.

(more comment to follow)

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Tree 16 of 22

Walking by the city I live in, you'll be surprised with all these views.
And in less than a half-hour walk.

(more comment to follow)

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Tree 15 of 22

Walking by the city I live in, you'll be surprised with all these views.
And in less than a half-hour walk.

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Tree 14 of 22

Walking by the city I live in, you'll be surprised with all these views.
And in less than a half-hour walk.

This was a view I wanted to take with the IR film, but just then I couldn't. I�ll try the next time I obtain some Kodak HIE.

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Tree 13 of 22

Walking by the city I live in, you'll be surprised with all these views.
And in less than a half-hour walk.

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Tree 12 of 22

Walking by the city I live in, you'll be surprised with all these views.
And in less than a half-hour walk.

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Tree 11 of 22

Walking by the city I live in, you'll be surprised with all these views.
And in less than a half-hour walk.

(more comment to follow)

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Tree 10 of 22

Walking by the city I live in, you'll be surprised with all these views.
And in less than a half-hour walk.

(more comment to follow)

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For Solitaire1

This one is for that woman who is "partial to whites".

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Tree 08 of 22

Walking by the city I live in, you'll be surprised with all these views.
And in less than a half-hour walk.

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Tree 07 of 22

Walking by the city I live in, you'll be surprised with all these views.
And in less than a half-hour walk.

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Tree 06 of 22

Walking by the city I live in, you'll be surprised with all these views.
And in less than a half-hour walk.

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Tree 05 of 22

Walking by the city I live in, you'll be surprised with all these views.
And in less than a half-hour walk.

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Tree 04 of 22

Walking by the city I live in, you'll be surprised with all these views.
And in less than a half-hour walk.

(more comment to follow)

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Tree 03 of 22

Walking by the city I live in, you'll be surprised with all these views.
And in less than a half-hour walk.

(more comment to follow)

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Tree 02 of 22

Walking by the city I live in, you'll be surprised with all these views.
And in less than a half-hour walk.

Another perspective of our Autumn herald

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Tree 01 of 22

Walking by the city I live in, you'll be surprised with all these views.
And in less than a half-hour walk.

We have at least ten like this one. When they bloom it seems like if we were having a party.

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Autumn Prelude

View from my terrace. Winter will be come when this tree had lost all her leaves.

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