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Mar 3, 2019 06:04:52   #
Roadrunner (a regular here)
 
Bob I 41 wrote:
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Reflecting back on the "Collectables" challenge.....just wanted to share a bit more of our sunroom where we have our sand & shell display up high on shelves that cover two of the wall areas. And since we have moved far from any ocean.....this is our pretend ocean! Bob


Thumbs up all the way around, Bob

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Mar 3, 2019 06:08:48   #
Roadrunner (a regular here)
 
Sunnybuck wrote:
Nice one RR. There's that cliff behind the houses again. Way too close for my liking.


Here's story...these houses have big backyards comparatively with what I'll post in a bit. Where the fellow is walking is a bike trail made from an abandoned railroad track...steam engines quit running in 1964, but tracks were taken out maybe 20 years ago

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Mar 3, 2019 06:16:42   #
Roadrunner (a regular here)
 
A long narrow road with a wealth of history, industrial end to end. For those of you who are familiar with the Potato Famine, Coffin Ships would load wood up to bring back to Liverpool
Where backyards are scarce
Where backyards are scarce...
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Shot this one from the driveway
Shot this one from the driveway...
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Mar 3, 2019 06:56:02   #
SueScott (a regular here)
 
Photogirl17 wrote:
How far away did they take the Critter?..Nice Motion capture in #4 He sure skedaddled didn't he..lol ..Pg. 1


We took him to a wildlife area about 5 miles from the house. BTW - the "relocation team" was my husband and a friend.

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Mar 3, 2019 06:57:30   #
photophile (a regular here)
 
SueScott wrote:
Thanks for hosting Larry - you're very much appreciated!

This past week we had a visiting raccoon who tried to dismantle our gas grill so we trapped him Wednesday night and relocated him the next morning.


We had to relocate a raccoon the same way several years ago.

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Mar 3, 2019 07:00:04   #
photophile (a regular here)
 
Sunnybuck wrote:
I've been waiting since Tuesday to share these. I think it's a Red Tailed Hawk. He almost startled me. I just happened to walk by and look out the kitchen window and there he was sitting on my back fence. It's quite an unusual site to have them this close. Knowing my cat was outside, I immediately became a bit concerned and grabbed the camera.


Good ones Sue.

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Mar 3, 2019 07:04:49   #
photophile (a regular here)
 
Clague park in warmer weather.


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Mar 3, 2019 07:10:38   #
photophile (a regular here)
 
Roadrunner wrote:
A long narrow road with a wealth of history, industrial end to end. For those of you who are familiar with the Potato Famine, Coffin Ships would load wood up to bring back to Liverpool


I enjoyed all these steep hills and have read about the potato famine in Ireland.

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Mar 3, 2019 07:15:10   #
photophile (a regular here)
 
Transbuff1985 wrote:
Thanks Larry for hosting another Free Sunday

Here are some left over from Just Collectables to post


I enjoyed the eagle figurine and Cessna buckle, have enjoyed a flight in a Cessna 150.

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Mar 3, 2019 07:20:23   #
Roadrunner (a regular here)
 
photophile wrote:
I enjoyed all these steep hills and have read about the potato famine in Ireland.


Really sad period. My ancestors arrived here via one of those ships. Thanks for your comment, Karin

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Mar 3, 2019 07:22:18   #
photophile (a regular here)
 
Rolk wrote:
Thanks for hosting once again, Larry, and what a way to
start us off. We just got another 3" of snow, with another
7" on it's way, so nothing new blooming, but I did have
one I reworked.
Tim


Lovely images Tim.

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Mar 3, 2019 07:32:12   #
PAToGraphy (a regular here)
 
lhammer43 wrote:
A couple of nice challenges last week, quite a collection of collectibles, Transbuff, and you awakened quite a few Photogirl. Thanks for hosting these nice postings. Some awakenings were sad. Will miss the participation, but can’t say the avatar will be missed. So long!
It’s free Sunday once again. Love to see what you have to share that you haven’t already or have reworked for a new take. I actually got out and shot some new stuff this past week. IPhone on some near the mail boxes (it’s all I had with me), and close by in the back yard and the neighbors. It’s all about what’s blooming……
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Morning, Larry. Only thing blooming here is "white".

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Mar 3, 2019 07:33:06   #
PAToGraphy (a regular here)
 
Sunnybuck wrote:
This is a great story Sue. Sorry, I had to giggle just a little. I need your relocation team.... We apparently have squirrels in the attic. We've set live traps, but either they don't trip the trap or the squirrels are smarter than the average bear. Either way, we still have them.


If they are the little red squirrels, they are very damaging.

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Mar 3, 2019 07:34:10   #
PAToGraphy (a regular here)
 
Roadrunner wrote:
''Walking the Dog'' Rufus Thomas 1965


p.1. Nice one, RR. One reason I don't have a dog - they need walking in all kinds of weather.

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Mar 3, 2019 07:34:37   #
PAToGraphy (a regular here)
 
Sunnybuck wrote:
I've been waiting since Tuesday to share these. I think it's a Red Tailed Hawk. He almost startled me. I just happened to walk by and look out the kitchen window and there he was sitting on my back fence. It's quite an unusual site to have them this close. Knowing my cat was outside, I immediately became a bit concerned and grabbed the camera.


p.1 Worth the wait!

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