Went on a ride yesterday and got lucky enough to spot these Whooping Cranes. First time I've ever saw one in the wild. Just awesome.
You seem to be a youngling. At Burger King, you can have the hamburger anyway you want:
Have it your way, have it your way! Have it your way at Burger King!
Hold the pickles, hold the lettuce;
special orders don't upset us.
All we ask is that you let us serve it your way...
We can serve your broiled beef Whopper
fresh with everything on topper.
Anyway you think is proper; have it your way...
Great Now if that gets stuck in my head for more than a day. I'll have to come down to Chicago and hunt you down !!
I bought one refurbished for my wife. She loves it and so do I. Cameta has some for $319.
Every venue or place is different. I could take a bridge camera into a Packers game but 2 months later no camera in the Resch Center across the street for the Trans Siberian Orchestra, But 10k people can use their cellphones.
Thanks everyone for the input. Will be processing later today. Didn't see the leaf was just glad to see him looking right at me.
Haven't PP'd this yet, but I like it like it is.
Thanks to all. Really is a nice place. Off to the zoo today. Never shot at a zoo before. It should be fun.
Went to the Gardens in Birmingham Al. Lovely place. It is a must see.
That would be an American Red Squirrel.
The American red squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) is a tree squirrel found in areas with coniferous trees. Their main diet consists of conifer cone seeds. As it name would suggest, the American red squirrel is distinguished by its reddish fur. It has a relatively smaller size and weighs between 200 and 250 g. Since the squirrel has a large population in Canada, Alaska, British Columbia, and the Rocky Mountains, the species has been classified as a least concern species. However, the squirrel’s population is under threat of decline in Arizona.
Hi Steve: I just watch it, good stuff!
Thank you to the ones that defended my grammar in ... (
Just block the wingnut and stay on the site. You had a valid question.
Great recommendation Dave....but Asheville is in western NC, not SC.
Your are right but it's only 65 miles away.