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QUOTELove that statemnent Gail made me laughSpring has finally arrived when the bee's buzz, the frog's croak and miss snake scares the crap out of me in my garden
Love the series, nice selection of critters, to ne honest I wouldn;t be too happy about the snakes either.
Thats funny Gail , i like the capture of the snake the best even though it scares you, at least you were brave enough to get that close, i don't expect you stayed long though.
Best regards Paul
Go to bed with itchy bum, and wake up with stinky fnger!.
Olympus E420, E520, three different lens, and loads of bits and pieces
Great catch on that snake shot! Now see, wasn't it worth a little scare?
Digital: Olympus E-410- Zuiko 14-42, Zuiko 40-150
Olympus OM-2 (35mm film) -Zuiko 50mm- Zuiko 75-150mm- Soligor 28mm- Sigma 35-70mm Macro
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Awesome gail, bees can be hard but you really nailed the focus! I also don't want to see a snake in the garden, the spiders are quite enough.
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That's so funny, Gail! Made me LOL!
These are really nice pictures, and I can't pick a favorite! Great job!
People that hate cats, will come back as mice in their next life. ~Faith Resnick
Nikon D700, Nikon 24-70mm 2.8, Nikon 50mm 1.8, Nikon 70-200mm 2.8 VR, Nikon TC-17E teleconverter.
The snake looks cute, almost charming; but the frogs is a great shot.
love spring time, just not so much the critters.
Great pictures! They are all great shots, but I love the one with the frogs!