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    Default Been stuck at home for a week, so...

    I've been stuck around the house for a week so most of these are near where I live in southern NH. The Water and Pond Lily are from my "backyard", the Powow River.



    Fragrant Water Lily "White Water Lily" Nymphaea odorata .




    Yellow Pond Lily "Spatter Dock" "Cow Lily" Nuphar lutea.

    And along the river.



    Indian Pipes Monotropa uniflora.

    At Lion's Mouth Farm in Amesbury, Massachusetts.



    Red Clover Trifolium pratense. and Clouded Sulphur (Butterfly) Colias philodice.



    Queen Anne's Lace (Wild Carrot) Daucus carota.



    Maiden Pink Dianthus deltoides.



    Silver-Bordered Fritillary Boloria selene. (Flying Flower)

    Took these in my garden.



    American Goldfinch Carduelis tristis.

    And this morning...



    Gray Catbird Dumetella carolinensis.

    KDT

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    Wow, I'm gonna pick your photographic brain all the way to the mountain.
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    Lots of great stuff! Cool pic of the catbird and chick! I like the maiden pink, indian pipes and lillies as well.
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    Very nice KD! Love the Cow Lily shot!
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    These are awesome! Not so bad being stuck at home when you've got such great photographic subjects in your back yard...
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    Always fun to share!

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    When I first saw the Catbird picture, I completely missed the baby! Wow! What an incredible moment!

    And I'm utterly partial to butterfly pictures - I guess because it takes a certain patience (on the part of the photographer and the butterfly). The frittilary and the sulfur are just beautiful!!

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    You're very lucky to have a back yard like that, very nice pics...

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    Maybe we can do STN 2009 at your yard next year. It looks like it would work out well.

    Here's to Seek The Nature 2009!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post
    Maybe we can do STN 2009 at your yard next year. It looks like it would work out well.

    Here's to Seek The Nature 2009!
    Sounds good to me!
    Steve
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