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New postby Robert Mayo on Sun 04 Mar 2007 00:52

To the moderators and administrators seeing this is an outdoors forum, would you guys consider putting a page for nature photos. It would be a great addition to a great forum. Here are a couple of photos to get it started.
Thankyou Bob
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New postby FinnMan on Sun 04 Mar 2007 12:29

Nature photos is great idea, I have some to share aswell then.

Simple wintershot:

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New postby sencaus on Sun 04 Mar 2007 14:55

I've already posted these two pics before, but not in such one topic. So, I'll do it again.

Bob, the one of these two monsters will surely eat your poor little bug!

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New postby FinnMan on Sun 04 Mar 2007 16:39

Wow wonderful macro shots Senad!
Especially I like that grasshopper, since it have been taken in better light and angle.
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New postby hunter on Tue 06 Mar 2007 14:23

Senad, I bealive this is the same species of spider than the one on your picture.

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The edelweiss, or the "planika" as is it called in our language. They are endangerd.

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And the Krn lake. It's the hightes lake in Slovenia, and it's about 250 meters long and 150 meters wide. You can see Krn (Monte Nero in italian) in the top left corner. Some of the heaviest fighting in ww1 took place here, on the Isonzo front (Soska fronta), named by the river Isonzo (Soca).

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Best regards, Aljosa
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New postby Robert Mayo on Wed 07 Mar 2007 23:20

[quote="sencaus"]I've already posted these two pics before, but not in such one topic. So, I'll do it again.

Bob, the one of these two monsters will surely eat your poor little bug!


Senad yes in the nymph stage as you see it . But this is a walking stick bug that will get big :yikes: .
Great photos everyone keep them coming.
Bob
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New postby Dane on Thu 08 Mar 2007 08:47

Robert Mayo wrote:Senad yes in the nymph stage as you see it . But this is a walking stick bug that will get big :yikes: .

I havent seen these bugs so small, i have a friend who has a good number of these "stics" (i forgot their science name), they are all 15+cm.
But that is not important.....Senad those are excelent pictures.
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New postby James on Sun 11 Mar 2007 18:17

An amazing piece of a tree, with a foggy background.
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in the forest, this is a 45 degrees slope, looking down. Oh, did I say I rarely use paths, more fun walking straight up ;-)
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the other side: up
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New postby Wasicun on Wed 04 Apr 2007 00:21

My favourite red deer hunting spot ... all in one ... they are easier to watch during the rut plus they graze regularly all year long (and there are several bedding areas only 200 yards away ...) - This project cost me a few $$$ but it's worth it !!!
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New postby Piney on Sun 08 Apr 2007 10:37

Quaker Bridge in Wharton State Forest.
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New postby wildcat on Wed 09 May 2007 14:28

Well, I finally made it here. I just saw this post. I really don't have any pics of where i go. I don't travel like yall do. I just go to my deer woods for one or two nighters. About the only place i go to is Juarez, Mexico one a year for a mission trip with the church. For some reason I love it there even though it is the nastiest, stinkiest, most crowded place i've ever been. You CAN NOT go exploring here though. Crime is so bad and kidnappings, you have to stay with the group. I don't have any pics of the deer woods, i always forget to take pics except for when i shoot something.

Next time I go to the woods, I try to remember to take a few pics.
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New postby Lume on Fri 11 May 2007 13:52

Hi, one day hunting with my father (last winter)

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New postby mcniac on Fri 11 May 2007 17:19

a friend of mine made this video on his last trip to the mountains, in a place called Vallecitos, Mendoza , Argentina

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOHYFqX27Js

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Re: Outdoors Photos

New postby WoodsWalker on Sun 02 Dec 2007 13:10

Hi guys!

Here are a few places in my country. I enjoyed being there and I hope you enjoy the pics too.


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Cheers,
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Re: Outdoors Photos

New postby James on Sun 02 Dec 2007 18:21

superb pictures ! thanks a LOT :bow: Keep posting guys!
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Re: Outdoors Photos

New postby Taky on Sun 02 Dec 2007 18:33

DES MIRTILLES!!!!!!!!!! :Ahh: :Ahh: :Ahh: :Ahh: :Ahh: (blueberries)

fantastic places...
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Re: Outdoors Photos

New postby rambler on Sun 02 Dec 2007 22:21

Great photos. I really liked the cabin/lodge. Looks like a nice place to stay. What elevation were you at?
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Re: Outdoors Photos

New postby WoodsWalker on Mon 03 Dec 2007 07:12

Glad you like'em!
Rambler - if you mean the cabin, that wasn't too high up in the mountains, maybe no more than 600 - 800 m (ca. 2000 - 2600 ft.).
The other pics are taken at elevations between 1000 - 1400 m (ca. 3300 - 4600 ft.).
I am already planning a trip for next summer or spring in one of the most beautiful mountain areas in the North (ca. 2300 m / 7500 ft.). It's really wild and spectacular and the great thing is that you can camp almost anywhere, and if everything goes fine I'll be back with pictures (though in a couple of months :grin: )
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Re: Outdoors Photos

New postby FinnMan on Mon 03 Dec 2007 19:07

Very nice pics pal! I really enjoy those mountain landscapes!
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Re: Outdoors Photos

New postby wildcat on Mon 17 Mar 2008 12:51

I went for a walk yesterday on Spring Creek. I found this nice spot high on a bluff about 30 feet above the water. The wind was blowing about 30 mph, no mosquitos. It was beautiful. This is the creek i plan on taking the pvc boat down in the next few weeks.
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Re: Outdoors Photos

New postby sencaus on Tue 18 Mar 2008 00:37

Looks pretty nice. Your choice for a PVC-boat testing is very clever - seems that there are no rapids or cascades on that river.
Is this creek populated with any kind of fish? What is on the bottom and the shores, a sand or mud?

Thanks for sharing!
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Re: Outdoors Photos

New postby wildcat on Wed 19 Mar 2008 11:44

the creek bottom is sand and mud. there is alot of trees in the creek so i have to watch those. not to mention any broken beer bottles. :wink2:

the creek is loaded with bass, perch, blue gill, catfish, gators, beaver, nutria, snakes, turtles, frogs. deer and feral hogs are everywhere too. too bad it is slowly being developed all around the area.
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Re: Outdoors Photos

New postby James on Wed 19 Mar 2008 17:45

one day late, but happy birthday wildcat :wink2:
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Re: Outdoors Photos

New postby wildcat on Wed 19 Mar 2008 18:12

Thanks James :mexnana:
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