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Tuesday, April 8, 2014

A Few Photo Subjects Not Published Yet

Most of my photographs are of random subjects observed during my daily outings.  This post is an example of what one might see on a short drive. 
First a Red Tailed Hawk in the early morning light...


Daffodils growing on the side of a country road...


A diminutive Song Sparrow...


On the way to the Monocacy National Battleground, I passed at least two recently road killed deer.  This Turkey Vulture preferred to seek scraps from the hide of a winter kill that had lain in the field for months...




I guess there is just no accounting for taste preferences.





2 comments:

  1. Good that someone takes care of the killed deers. Great capture!
    M//

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  2. Hello Steve
    Great as ever.
    Greetings Bets

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