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Posts Made By: Christine Canelos Welsh

August 3, 2007 07:40 AM Forum: Insects - Flowers and Other Small Stuff - Photos

October 11, 2007 07:28 AM Forum: Pet Pics

It's been very quiet around here...

Posted By Christine Canelos Welsh

Nice looking dog, Michael, what kind is he?
ccw

October 11, 2007 07:35 AM Forum: Pet Pics

It's been very quiet around here...

Posted By Christine Canelos Welsh

Michael O Gaynes said:

"Quiet" usually means trouble...

Let's see those pet pics!

Uh-huh.....

We had just come back from a long walk on a dewy morning in my dad's prairie. She found some nice dry dirt to roll in.


October 11, 2007 11:37 AM Forum: Insects - Flowers and Other Small Stuff - Photos

What the heck.....?

Posted By Christine Canelos Welsh

Another view. They appear to have wings. Never saw anything like it.


October 11, 2007 12:59 PM Forum: Landscape Photography

October 12, 2007 06:37 AM Forum: Insects - Flowers and Other Small Stuff - Photos

New Camera...New Lens!

Posted By Christine Canelos Welsh

Neat shot - love the colors. Congrats on the new toys too - I'm sure you will have lots of fun with them!
Regards,
ccw

October 17, 2007 10:13 AM Forum: Insects - Flowers and Other Small Stuff - Photos

Skipper

Posted By Christine Canelos Welsh

Beautiful!! May I use this for my wallpaper? Love the purple - asters are my favorite fall flower. The iridescence (sp?) on the skipper is neat too.
Regards,
ccw

October 24, 2007 06:04 AM Forum: Insects - Flowers and Other Small Stuff - Photos

Monarchs!

Posted By Christine Canelos Welsh

Nice photo, Bill, and what an outstanding experience that must have been!
Regards,
ccw

November 2, 2007 06:22 AM Forum: Wildlife Photography

Mother Nature

Posted By Christine Canelos Welsh

Wow! Not only the right place at the right time, but spot-on focusing (pun intended) and beautiful depth!
Regards,
ccw

November 20, 2007 02:04 PM Forum: Off Topic Discussions

The Dog From Beyond?

Posted By Christine Canelos Welsh

Probably nothing more remarkable than hungry coyotes sizing up the "food or foe" probability when presented with a pack of two-leggeds. Coyotes are gradually becoming less shy of people and discovering the food potential in the middens left behind by humans, which is why they are seen more often in populated areas these days.

Now if that had been a three-legged coyote, that would have given me paws, er...pause. wink