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    Quote Originally Posted by Linda1
    Howdy neighbor! I guess you could say I see YOU in my back yard. When I look out my kitchen window it points in your direction :-)

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    Well I'm waving goodnight. Just got in a few minutes ago

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    I was lucky to catch the reflections etc of the setting sun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Brown View Post
    I was lucky to catch the reflections etc of the setting sun.

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    Oh wow, Richard--you have captured that well! We have been without the Sun for the last 2 days..wish we had what you experience. Your pictures are amazing! Did you take that with your iPad?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Brown
    I was lucky to catch the reflections etc of the setting sun.

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    Great shots Richard!
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    I almost had a great shot of a brown squirrel that climbed up on our bird feeder, though wasn't quick enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skimonkey
    I almost had a great shot of a brown squirrel that climbed up on our bird feeder, though wasn't quick enough.
    That was the track champion of the Scifan Squirrel Training Academy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skimonkey

    Oh wow, Richard--you have captured that well! We have been without the Sun for the last 2 days..wish we had what you experience. Your pictures are amazing! Did you take that with your iPad?
    Quote Originally Posted by scifan57

    Great shots Richard!
    Thx Scifan and Skimonkey. Yes I wa very lucky to get the view. I used the iPad. . I will stich the photos into a panorama on the PC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scifan57

    That was the track champion of the Scifan Squirrel Training Academy.
    He looks like he needs to go on a little weight management. He was looking a little hefty there!

    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Brown

    Thx Scifan and Skimonkey. Yes I wa very lucky to get the view. I used the iPad. . I will stich the photos into a panorama on the PC.

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    Looking forward to the stages of your photos, Richard!!

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    Lovely photos, but not sure how I would go living with all those houses so close....gosh I look out in all directions and see no houses at all just bush.....not even a shed.......LOl not another soul around....

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    Quote Originally Posted by clermont
    Lovely photos, but not sure how I would go living with all those houses so close....gosh I look out in all directions and see no houses at all just bush.....not even a shed.......LOl not another soul around....
    It's great in the summer as the trees hide a lot. In the winter, the urban vs nature scenes are great at times. We love minutes away from the countryside

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