Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Two

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Starting where I finished last week…with eagles.

Australian Wedge Tail Eagles, nesting.

African Fish Eagles.

The Fish Eagle has a beautiful call,

especially nearing dusk when sound carries.

Males usually have wingspans around 2 m (6.6 ft),

while the female’s wingspan at 2.4 m (7.9 ft) is nearly

the same as the Wedge Tail Eagle.

Click here for YouTube Fish Eagle call

I have have posted this photo so often that I am

beginning to think it’s nearly time that the Illy coffee chain

offer to sponsor my blog and give these girls a pay rise.

Happy memories from Amsterdam.

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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-One

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Lookout duty at Melbourne Zoo

Is that me or my twin?

One of the few Wedge Tail Eagle photos I have.

I see plenty, but photograph few.

So re-posts, it is.

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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Legs-Feet

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I thought this would be a difficult challenge because

I don’t set out to photograph people these days.

However, it’s scary what some cheap software and

a digital camera can glean from an image.

Legs entertaining tourists.

London legs admiring…

..these legs

Dry legs on wet afternoon in Murano.

Pompeii legs.

Dutch (Amsterdam) legs.

 

 

A business woman’s legs?

Sun baking legs.

Just hope they do not end up like

my sun baked head 🙂

More January legs watching…

…these seemingly untiring legs.

Click here to view some of the uncropped images

They will be published one hour after this post.

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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Hands

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Hands can do all sorts of things.

They can guard.

Hands feeding and hiding

a shy subject.

Buskers hands

The subject was supposed to be young lovers.

However, it didn’t look right when cropped.

Then I noticed hands which will possibly send

their owner to an early grave

if he keeps smoking.

Long lost friends hands.

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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Feathers

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Some of my favourite

feathery friends.

Balyang Sanctuary Pelican

Southern Masked Weaver

in Botswana.

One of my treasured photos,

not because it is good rather,

just because I have

a photo of a Wedge Tail Eagle.

They are difficult creatures to photograph.

According to Google

WedgeTail Eagles are one of eleven species

of proper eagles and can grow to more than

half the size of a small car.

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