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  1. tonyturley

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    Pfffft! They don't even catch birds in their webs like the Aussie variety. :D
  2. tonyturley

    Dogs (part II)

    Yep, we get that look all the time. "Are you gonna share?"
  3. tonyturley

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    Third month in a row I have found one of our native Rhododendron shrubs blooming in some remote location around our state.
  9. tonyturley

    Bobcats

    What a treasure. Bobcats rarely reveal themselves in the daylight where I live. I have never seen one in person that I can recall.
  10. tonyturley

    Wild flowering things

  11. tonyturley

    The Animal Kingdom: wild or domestic!

    Frequent visitors to the front yard.
  12. tonyturley

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  13. tonyturley

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    Foxglove?
  14. tonyturley

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    I came across some wild roses while out on my latest woodland adventure.
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    Wild flowering things

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  18. tonyturley

    "Show" Mushrooms

  19. tonyturley

    The Animal Kingdom: wild or domestic!

    I've spent several seasons trying to find a Red Eft in the woods, and now suddenly I've found 3 in the past two weeks.
  20. tonyturley

    Wild flowering things

  21. tonyturley

    Show: Birds

    Yesterday when I went to our back yard to do some yard work, I was greeted by a particularly vocal Carolina Wren. It actually followed me around at the storage shed, dropping down to a branch right above my head, jabbering away. Today, I had a pair of Wrens giving me an earful near the building...
  22. tonyturley

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    Wildflowers are blooming in abundance along WV's New River. Trout Lilly on the left and Wild Ginger on the right. The Ginger has a single basal flower between the leaf pairs that grows from a stalk right at ground level: Great Trillium, known to some as "Stinking Benjamin" due to the not so...
  24. tonyturley

    The Great Awakening

    Thanks Luke. The full extent of the bloom in the woods was impossible to capture with a camera. The color was literally everywhere.
  25. tonyturley

    The Great Awakening

    Latest post from my personal blog. I thought it would be easier to just attach the link to the post than upload a bunch of pics and overload Kevin's server. ;) Lots of pics in the post. Enjoy. The Great Awakening - Creation's Glory Photography
  26. tonyturley

    Pets; Dogs & Cat

    Brothers . . .
  27. tonyturley

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  28. tonyturley

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    It was 70F here today and the Great Spring Rebirth is going full bore, but here's one from the last Saturday of 2017. I drove 120 miles under a Winter Storm Warning to ride my fat bike along a trio of rivers in WV's central mountains. It was one of the coldest weekends of that winter, and the...
  29. tonyturley

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  32. tonyturley

    The Animal Kingdom: wild or domestic!

    Amused myself for a while watching these critters chase each other all over the yard and up/down the tree.
  33. tonyturley

    The Animal Kingdom: wild or domestic!

    A fairly severe crop with the X-T2 and 18-55. Didn't think I could get closer without spooking the tree rat.
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    Wild flowering things

  35. tonyturley

    Show: Birds

    I've seen smaller Hawks in the front yard, but not the big ones. The songbirds just seem to ignore the big Hawks. I did see one of them with a squirrel one time.
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  37. tonyturley

    The Animal Kingdom: wild or domestic!

    An unusual looking Northern Cardinal has been hanging around our feeder this week. At first it looked like it had a white crest, now it is completely bald. A local ornithologist told me Cardinals are particularly susceptible to feather mites and head molting. It looks bizarre, but it will grow back.
  38. tonyturley

    The Animal Kingdom: wild or domestic!

    This critter crept into the yard to partake of the goodies I had put out. I was standing in the open about 15 feet away. It seemed unsure what to do next. In the image of the squirrel standing on its legs looking at me, it was actually trembling. Never saw that before. They're in our yard enough...
  39. tonyturley

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    A pair of Pileated Woodpeckers descended on a rotted stump in our back yard, digging away. My XF 55-200 hasn't arrived yet, but I still have a Minolta 30cm f4.5 and an MD-XF adapter from my previous adventures with Fuji. This was shot through a window screen and a bunch of branches, but it's the...
  40. tonyturley

    Dogs (part II)

    Very sorry for your loss, Martin. I hope your memories of her help carry you through the difficult days ahead.
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    Went out early this morning to buy anniversary flowers for my wife. 37 years today. The new ones are on the left, and the Valentine's Day flowers from the above pic are on the right. Still going strong.
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  44. tonyturley

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    There is a pair of Red Shouldered Hawks that haunt the woods around our house. They circle overhead seemingly constantly, and are very vocal. They seem to like the trees within 50-100 feet of our house, and fearlessly swoop into the branches, vocally announcing their presence, even if someone is...
  45. tonyturley

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    My wife's Valentine's flowers.
  46. tonyturley

    Show "Wildlife being wild"

    Don't know how wild they are, but . . .
  47. tonyturley

    Show Birds

    The birds were very active around the feeders on a cold but brilliant morning.
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    Dogs (part II)

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