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Taken in my local harbour a few days ago. The local seals have learned to break into the fishermens lobster pots on the sea bed, as well as stealing fish from bottom nets.

 

 

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On 14/04/2019 at 07:03, Bill Brooks said:

 

Fantastic shot. I have been trying to take this shot for the last 20 years without success.

 This is my only bee on a flower shot...teeny tiny bee :(

 

 

Julia Child Roses, Floribunda, Carruth at the San Jose Municipal Rose Garden in San Jose, California.

 

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Sunrise over Palm Cove during an unusually high tide at then end of the Wet Season, Queensland, Australia

 

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I was happy with the overall glow of the sunset on the ice here. The pack ice on the St Lawrence is really breaking up now. 

 

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Most of that shoot ended up on FAA though as they were more arty and in B&W - the light only really came together as the sun touched the horizon.

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Alternate modes of transportation in Trinidad, Cuba - a Unesco World Heritage Site

 

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17 hours ago, Colin Woods said:

I was happy with the overall glow of the sunset on the ice here. The pack ice on the St Lawrence is really breaking up now. 

 

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Most of that shoot ended up on FAA though as they were more arty and in B&W - the light only really came together as the sun touched the horizon.

 

 

Stunning!  Such colours.

 

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