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Hamlet of South Cooking Lake. Strathcona County, Alberta.

 

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A Finger Lakes fixer-upper stands across the road from the Long Point Winery far above Cayuga Lake

Car lights leave light trails on Woodall Rogers Freeway as they speed under the 1,200-foot-long deck that supports Dallas’ Klyde Warren Park.

An elephant herd is walking along the chobe riverbanks at sunset.a magical time.in a while the sun will disappear.just a minute to do the right thing and to capture the moment forever.

Chobe national park,Botswana

"long shadows"

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Long-tailed Tit, Frogwell Lane Chippenham Wiltshire UK

Colorado - along Highway 7

“time is a tree (this life one leaf)

but love is the sky and i am for you

just so long and long enough”

― E.E. Cummings

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I totally posed the leaf for this shot. :)

(Aegithalos caudatus) I am currently having trouble with my Flickr email notifications and have missed a lot of your comments and invites. Please bear with me while I try and resolve this with Flickr and in the meantime if I miss any of your lovely invites or comments then please accept my apologies. I will try and get back up to speed as soon as I can.

A Long hoverfly takes nectar from a Common Fleabane flower.

Taken Stour Valley Nature Reserve, Bournemouth, Dorset

also called Long-tailed Bushtit

aegithalos caudatus

staartmees

orite à longue queue

Schwanzmeise

 

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Long Eared Owl - Asio Otus

 

One of the local wild birds.

The route up Long Tom Pass starts at 1456m and climbs 682 vertical metres to an altitude of 2138m at its end. The summit of the pass lies at an altitude of ±2150m.

 

Many thanks to everyone who chooses to leave a comment or add this image to their favorites, it is much appreciated.

  

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The African Long-legged Buzzard Buteo rufinus cirtensis has recently colonised Europe due to the climate in southern Europe becoming more suitable for this species. It is expected that the Iberian Peninsula will provide favourable breeding habitat for the African Long-legged Buzzard and facilitate its northward expansion through Europe.[5]

Barrow/Utqiagvik, Alaska-1763

Barrow/Utqiagvik, Alaska-1713

I love getting out at this time of year especially when the weather is so warm. This shot was inspired by the name of the park in Beacon, NY. Across the river are the lights of Newburgh.

Long Eared Owl, Asio Otus

Barrow/Utqiagvik, Alaska-1750

170) Long Tailed Shrike

Long Tailed Shrike, Lanius schach, Tirjup Ekor Panjang

This Shrike favouring dry open habitats and found perched prominently atop a bush or on a wire. Can be found across Asia from Kazhakstan to New Guinea. It is found mainly in scrub and open habitats. Many of the temperate zone populations are migratory, moving south in winter while those in the tropics tend to be sedentary although they may make short distance movements. This bird has a characteristic upright "shrike" attitude when perched on a bush, from which it glides down at an angle to take lizards, large insects, small birds and rodents. They maintain feeding territories and are usually found single or in pairs that are well spaced out. They also take small snakes. It sometimes indulges in kleptoparasitism and takes prey from other birds. It also captures flying insects in the air. They sometimes have the habits of impale prey on a thorny bush after feeding just on the head or brain.

Hickling Broad, Norfolk.

 

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There is now a small population of Long-eared Owls in Iceland and I must say that they are a very welcomed addition to the Icelandic bird fauna. The first verified breeding pair was found in 2003 and since then their numbers have grown. No one knows exactly how many they are since they are hard to find due to their secretive nature.

A long nosed 'Daffodil'.. 'Narcissus'.... enjoying a day of sunshine..

 

HBW..! have a great day.. thanks for looking..

 

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Utqiagvik / Barrow, Alaska-1760

This youngster got very excited when a barn owl flew overhead carrying prey

 

Taken in the golden hour, Cambridgeshire Fens

Juvenile Long-eared Owl (wild)

 

Cambridgeshire Fens

A couple of youngsters waiting for mum to return with dinner

 

Cambridgeshire Fens

also called Long-tailed Bushtit

aegithalos caudatus

staartmees

orite à longue queue

Schwanzmeise

 

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Juvenile, Cambridgeshire Fens

Aegithalos caudatus

  

taken at Barbury Castle Wilts

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