Late Afternoon at the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge

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I made a late afternoon trip to the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge this afternoon and it turned out to be a good one. Birds seen today were: Anhingas, a Black Necked Stilt, Blue Winged Teal, Glossy Ibis, Great Blue Herons, Great Egrets, a Northern Shoveler, Ospreys, Snowy Egrets, a Wood Duck (unfortunately no photos - ran out of good light) and the usual huge numbers of...
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Ralts' Set Melancholia - Simply Mesmerizing

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I'm just mesmerized by @ralts Member Review set Melancholia. She is simply beautiful; those big brown eyes and lovely smile are angelic. That smile in photo #28 is infectious; I can't help but smile when I look at it and I'm not one prone to smile a lot. As far as the photography goes, I love the rooftop setting. The sunset bathes...
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ituit:

thaaaaanks!!!!

More Wildlife Photos

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The next week and a half to two weeks will be pretty busy so I probably won't have the chance for very many trail walks but I got the chance to make one in the Altamaha Waterfowl Management Area near Darien, GA and another in the Savannah National Wildlife Drive over the last few days.


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March 2014 Favorite Sets

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It's only half-way through March but it has been a bonus month for photo sets here on Suicide Girls. Here are some of my favorites so far:

Affinity by @kendall - I'm always happy to see a new set from one of my two favorite redheads (the other being @kemper) and it was worth the wait for this one. What is there not to...
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lumo:

What wonderfully considered and articulated compliments to all the ladies. Much appreciated.

World Wildlife Day

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Today was World Wildlife Day so I visited the Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge for a few hours this morning. It was a great morning to walk around the refuge's ponds and I ended up seeing the first Wood Storks I've seen this year (it looks like they're starting to arrive at the refuge; later in the year they'll be there...
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Spring is Coming at the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge

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The migratory birds are moving on from the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge and despite the cold on Friday there has been a general warming trend marking the coming of spring. With that, the alligators and turtles were more prevalent on my most recent trip to the Savannah NWR. First up are a couple of Anhingas (female in top photo, male in bottom photo)

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Recharging by Hitting the Trails

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Friday found me with absolutely no shits left to give after a couple of weeks that I would just as soon forget. This morning I was awake by 3am and worked on a project I haven't been able to do anything with for the last week. After spending a few hours on it and having breakfast I got the urge to go to the...
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the_last_pawn:

You always have great wildlife photos. I always look forward to your blogs.

recluse11:

Glad you enjoy them, thanks for the good words!

Hunting a Different Way

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I used to hunt with guns, but now I hunt with a camera. It's not that I have anything against hunting (if you're making use of the meat and not just trophy hunting), there was nothing like a good morning in the woods. As time as gone on, I've lost access to some of the land I used to hunt and I...
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the_last_pawn:

Great pictures! 

arroia:

I'm perfectly fine with hunting for food, though I prefer hunting with camera as well. :) When people hunt for fun and trophies is when I just don't understand. I cringe and feel bad even when I have to kill a spider that I can't safely remove, or even a cockroach. I'm not sure that anyone who hunts for fun is a normal, stable person.

Thanks you. Let's hope you like the rest of the set as much. :)

Fort Pulaski Visit

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Patton said "Fixed fortifications are monuments to man's stupidity." One of the places this is shown to be true is Fort Pulaski, a "Third System" coastal fortification located on US 80 between Savannah, GA and Tybee Island, GA. Early on during the Civil War, it was taken by the Confederates. On 10-11 April 1862, Union forces retook it; the fort's commanding presence at...
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Starting off the New Year

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It's been awhile since I've had the chance to write anything; the stretch from Christmas to New Years always finds me busy with work. I've finally got a day off so I thought I'd check in with a blog post. Not having done anything particularly interesting recently, I thought I'd blog about some recent photo sets that caught my eye...
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moonrey:

Hola me alaga que te guste mi estilo de fotos y mi set muchas gracias, espero que te guste tambien los próximos que salgan un saludo muchos besitos