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DibblyDobbler

8,313 posts

94 months

Sunday 30th September 2012
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2slo

1,971 posts

64 months

Monday 1st October 2012
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This woolly jumper decided that the grass was greener on my side of the fence this morning and jumped across from her field to have a look. She then took fright and jumped across my wall onto the main road next to my house causing cars to screech to a halt. By chance a passing Police car (how often does that ever happen?) stopped and the two PCs got out and herded her back to her field. A happy ending I'm pleased to say:


JSS 911

1,647 posts

108 months

Saturday 6th October 2012
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After spending quite a few weekends wandering round the New Forest,i finally got to see my first Red Deer Stag.So chuffed as i had given up for the day and had a fair hike back to the car before the light went.Not the best shot but at least i now know where they are,will be up early tomorrow and have another go


Red Stag by sinky 911, on Flickr

Dogsey

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3,844 posts

127 months

Saturday 6th October 2012
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While we're on the subject of deer, took this a couple of weeks ago but have only just got around to it.


Fallow Deer Buck by dogsey, on Flickr

Dogsey

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3,844 posts

127 months

Saturday 6th October 2012
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And another from a while back.


Small White Butterfly on Buddleia by dogsey, on Flickr

Crusoe

3,577 posts

128 months

Sunday 7th October 2012
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Got some nice salmon jumping today.


Salmon Leap Into Sunshine by taitalan, on Flickr


Mezzanine

4,073 posts

116 months

Sunday 7th October 2012
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Crusoe said:
Got some nice salmon jumping today.


Salmon Leap Into Sunshine by taitalan, on Flickr
Nice smile

Crusoe

3,577 posts

128 months

Sunday 7th October 2012
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Easier than landscapes, thanks :-)

tenex

1,010 posts

65 months

Sunday 7th October 2012
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Crusoe said:
Got some nice salmon jumping today.


Salmon Leap Into Sunshine by taitalan, on Flickr
Well caught!

JSS 911

1,647 posts

108 months

Sunday 7th October 2012
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tenex said:
Crusoe said:
Got some nice salmon jumping today.


Salmon Leap Into Sunshine by taitalan, on Flickr
Well caught!
Someone needs a net lick

JSS 911

1,647 posts

108 months

Sunday 7th October 2012
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Another trip out to the Forest,first time i have seen the white stag


White Fallow Stag by sinky 911, on Flickr


Red Deer Stag by sinky 911, on Flickr

Edited by JSS 911 on Sunday 7th October 19:35

tenex

1,010 posts

65 months

Thursday 11th October 2012
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Fast Asleep by tenex 100, on Flickr



What do you want? by tenex 100, on Flickr

Young Grey seal.

DibblyDobbler

8,313 posts

94 months

Thursday 18th October 2012
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JSS 911

1,647 posts

108 months

Saturday 20th October 2012
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Had a good morning in the New Forest again today,caught up with the herd.


The Boss by sinky 911, on Flickr


The Harem by sinky 911, on Flickr


On Guard by sinky 911, on Flickr


Feeding time. by sinky 911, on Flickr


Red deer stag stands watchful as his harem of hinds graze by sinky 911, on Flickr


The young stags,practice. by sinky 911, on Flickr


Sizing each other up by sinky 911, on Flickr

Dogsey

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3,844 posts

127 months

Sunday 21st October 2012
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/\ Love that set John, /\


Shaggy Inkcap by dogsey, on Flickr

Anyone got any idea on the ID of this fungi?

Fungi 01 by dogsey, on Flickr

Edited as I reprocessed the Inkcap slightly.

Edited by Dogsey on Monday 22 October 22:49

Dogsey

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3,844 posts

127 months

Sunday 21st October 2012
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Red Leaf by dogsey, on Flickr


Droplets by dogsey, on Flickr

Japveesix

2,681 posts

65 months

Sunday 21st October 2012
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Dogsey said:
/\ Love that set John, /\


Shaggy Ink Cap by dogsey, on Flickr

Anyone got any idea on the ID of this fungi?

Fungi 01 by dogsey, on Flickr
Nice pics (two below are good too). Pretty sure the second lot are parasol mushrooms (possibly shaggy parasols). Common parasols are very good eating, think shaggy parasols can be a bit iffy though smile


Dogsey

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3,844 posts

127 months

Sunday 21st October 2012
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Japveesix said:
Nice pics (two below are good too). Pretty sure the second lot are parasol mushrooms (possibly shaggy parasols). Common parasols are very good eating, think shaggy parasols can be a bit iffy though smile
Cheers, Shaggy Parasol looks likely.

Dogsey

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3,844 posts

127 months

Sunday 28th October 2012
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More fungi, it's beginning to become a bit addictive finding them!


Clouded Funnel Cap by dogsey, on Flickr


Sulphur Tuft 01 by dogsey, on Flickr


Shaggy Parasol 2 by dogsey, on Flickr


Shaggy Parasol 1 by dogsey, on Flickr

RobDickinson

17,245 posts

151 months

Sunday 28th October 2012
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These guys were camping my seascape spot!


Seals by robjdickinson, on Flickr