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Air Traffic Patterns ... for Vultures

JL Neighborhood: Here is 3 minutes of chuckles! I do appreciate vultures. Both for their clean-up activities and their sense of timing that often leads to my laughter. 66 more words

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Jordan Lake Bassin'

I had a couple hours after work the other day and decided to hit Jordan Lake for the last hour bite.

The weather has been back and forth, but I’d been noticing north winds on the lake when I drive to work in the mornings, and with days getting shorter, I figured I could find some shallow fish. 212 more words

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Hershey and the Vultures

Hershey wanted the fish the vultures had found.  Being THE eagle, he took the fish.  The vultures wanted it back.  A ruckus ensued.

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Safe Home ...

Standing out at the lake this morning,

 I found myself thinking about all the displaced people in Texas and Louisiana.

I became absorbed in the thought that all of us need a place that is a safe home. 36 more words

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Youngster Playing

Youngsters!

This juvenile red-shouldered hawk had a prize in his talon.

When he came out of the trees I thought he had a mouse.

But, no, it was a pinecone. 28 more words

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JL Solar Eclipse August 21, 2017

 

I started out with a short lens and caught the moon about 4/5 the way across the sun.

 

 

 

Realized I needed a longer lens, changed to my 400mm and got almost as much of the 93% eclipse as was possible for our area. 54 more words

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Beauty and Grace Soaring Above

I drove out to Jordan Lake this morning in hopes of getting a few shots of the Herons and Egrets that frequent the lake. Shooting wildlife is my passion but it can be a hit or miss. 115 more words