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shoorick



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the last one looks like base of rebels from star wars Wink
Post 09 Oct 2017, 14:02
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MHajduk



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shoorick wrote:
the last one looks like base of rebels from star wars Wink

Haha, good. Smile

BTW, this unique light appeared when sunbeams at sunset had been dispersed on a fog. It was shortly after a hailstorm that occurred about 15 minutes before those photos were taken.
Post 09 Oct 2017, 16:45
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shoorick



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yes, lucky shot!
Post 10 Oct 2017, 10:49
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MHajduk



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The following photo was taken with Nikon Coolpix L340 with all parameters pushed to the available limits: optical zoom 28x enhanced with digital zoom 4x and exposure compensation -2.0 EV. The camera was mounted on the top of a simple tripod.

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The high-resolution version is here.
Post 21 Nov 2017, 17:20
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MHajduk



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Unfortunately, I don't know the name of the species of this mushroom with the pileus in the color of verdigris.
Maybe it's a specimen of 'Stropharia caerulea' or 'Stropharia aeruginosa'?

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Post 21 Nov 2017, 17:54
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MHajduk



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A 'mummified' specimen of a thistle plant (probably it's Spiniest Thistle [Cirsium spinosissimum]).

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Post 21 Nov 2017, 18:15
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shoorick



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the mushroom is incredible!
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MHajduk



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shoorick wrote:
the mushroom is incredible!

Yeah, most of mushrooms have brown, red, white or yellow pilei (caps). The greenish or blueish color seems to be rarer. Smile
Post 23 Nov 2017, 16:11
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MHajduk



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Post 24 Nov 2017, 23:51
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MHajduk



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The Luncheon on the Grass

i.e. His Excellency Pheasant Honored Us with an Unexpected Visit on December 15th A.D. 2017

https://youtu.be/7eKyKu47Dw4
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MHajduk



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Eurasian Sparrowhawk (Accipiter nisus) sitting on the prey. The photo was taken on December 16th, 2017. Location: just behind my window (about 1 meter from the window pane).

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MHajduk



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Another shots taken from the short movie I recorded on December 16th, 2017. European sparrowhawk on the prey (a collared dove):

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MHajduk



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The aforementioned movie:

https://youtu.be/EkktGKQCGdU
Post 18 Dec 2017, 22:13
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shoorick



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somebody got the dinner Wink
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CandyMan



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Location: film "CandyMan" directed through Bernard Rose OR Candy Shop

Post 19 Dec 2017, 14:16
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MHajduk



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shoorick wrote:
somebody got the dinner Wink

That sparrowhawk hunts every day, regularly about 9 AM and 2 PM but the scene I was able to record with the camera was unique (because it took place very close to my window). Smile
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Furs



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I feel bad for the dove. I know it's the natural cycle and all that, but nature can really be cruel sometimes (at least in concept)...
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MHajduk



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Furs wrote:
I feel bad for the dove. I know it's the natural cycle and all that, but nature can really be cruel sometimes (at least in concept)...

Me too, I have recorded much more than I have presented here but the scenes were too drastic to average spectator. I saw the last breaths of the dove... It is sad especially if you realize that I feed all those doves, sparrows, magpies, jays and others every day with special mix of grains, sunflower seeds, fat balls, peanuts. In total it's about 1 kg of the food daily. From the other hand, I have "launched" a food chain that quite unexpectedly (however absolutely naturally) turns out to be so developed that has got the sparrowhawk on the top (end) of it.
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shoorick



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yeah... I already thought about organisation to protect rights of microorganisms... I think it would have big chanses to sue a lot of money from humans because of genocide of viruses, bacteria and other very small tender creatures.
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Enko



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A few photos from the last year

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