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Posted: Fri Apr 03, 2009 1:03 am
by LOLkats
^very nice :)

Posted: Tue Apr 21, 2009 4:21 am
by ohhh_yeah
Arne Saknussen wrote:One of my favorite pics.




best one so far IMO...

Posted: Tue Apr 21, 2009 8:31 am
by FlyingJalapeno
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I hope you all like... <3

Posted: Thu Apr 23, 2009 11:54 pm
by ohhh_yeah
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Posted: Fri Apr 24, 2009 3:40 am
by trustinSTARS
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Is that you or your wife? I wish I could have done that when I got married, would have been sweet!

But I plan to swim in oh-so-many fountains this summer in Italy. As many as possible!

Posted: Fri Apr 24, 2009 3:51 am
by ohhh_yeah
trustinSTARS wrote: Is that you or your wife? I wish I could have done that when I got married, would have been sweet!

But I plan to swim in oh-so-many fountains this summer in Italy. As many as possible!



it is neither of us... i was walking through the downtown area last year... i saw this woman getting her "professional" wedding shots done... i snapped a photo of her and noticed she was not smiling... i went over and started talking to her... 5 minutes later i had her diving into the fountains and smiling... needless to say the "pro" was not very happy with my presence...

here is a shot of me and my kiddies...

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Posted: Fri Apr 24, 2009 12:17 pm
by motorbot
found this guy in my backyard back in september. he must have just come out of his shell

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Posted: Sat Apr 25, 2009 11:04 am
by vinyljustice
thats just a little bit of WTF
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Posted: Sun Apr 26, 2009 3:04 am
by maraudandembezz
Here are some baby raccoons at "Abandoned Wild Babies Animal Rescue" (AWBAR). In these photos they were about 12 days old. AWBAR is run by one woman named Amanda Smith. She takes in abandoned an/or injured wildlife and nurses them back to full health until they are ready to be released into the wild. She runs solely off of donations, so if you'd like to help out, you can check out her web site here: www. awbar.com
(the site hasn't been updated since late last year because I am going to be redesigning the site within the next month or so).

Thanks for looking! :heart:


These raccoons were found in a woman's garage.
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This is Casper (he lives at AWBAR as well). He is a cross between a muscovy duck and a swan. Due to this cross-breeding, he does not have any oil on his feathers like most water fowl do. This means he cannot float, so he does not swim (and he does not clean himself as often as regular ducks and swans do). Casper needs to be hand-washed from time to time 8-[
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These are baby squirrels. When these photos were taken they were 8 weeks old. They are also some residents at AWBAR. Here they are being fed their daily formula. They were found in the engine of a truck that had been sitting all winter (momma squirrel crawled into the truck's engine and made a nest - then left the babies there).
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This is Louie the German Shepherd licking some formula off one of the baby squirrels. The squirrel was in NO danger. Louie is a very caring and patient canine. :heart:
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This is Ringer the raccoon. He just turned 6 years old this April. Ringer is a permanent resident at AWBAR because he is completely blind - he has NO eyes. When he was very young (so small he could fit in one of your hands) a bunch of teenage boys stabbed Ringer's eyes out with sticks. Ringer would not be able to survive in the wild because, as I said, he cannot see. So he is being very well taken care of at AWBAR by Amanda and her family. He is happy, occasionally gets spoiled with cookies and gets regular check-ups at the vet.
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Here is Ringer on his birthday with a cup of lucky charms.
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If you have any questions about AWBAR, the animals or how to donate, just pm me.

Thanks for looking :heart:

Posted: Sun Apr 26, 2009 7:10 am
by Arne Saknussen
vinyljustice wrote:thats just a little bit of WTF
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I find it very intriguing.

I am supposing it is a shot after the "ol' cake in the face" at a wedding and the daughters of the "groom/victim" are having a bit of fun as his expense.


There is an innocense but a bit of deviltry as well.

Posted: Mon Apr 27, 2009 8:07 am
by maraudandembezz
dodgrr wrote:damn man, you got a raccoon? awesome!!

anyway, here's my first try at extended exposure..

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haha, well, he's not really my raccoon. He was part of a wildlife rehab facility (and we actually just let him go a couple weeks ago!) He was brought to "Abandoned Wild Babies Animal Rescue" (AWBAR) in the late summer of 2008 because he had been abandoend by his mother and could not care for himself yet in the wild.

But now Danny is all grown up and is an official wild raccoon :rock:

Here's another photo of Danny.
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and some other stuff too:

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And not the highest quality, but she makes me laugh \:D/
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Posted: Tue Apr 28, 2009 6:02 am
by trustinSTARS
Arne Saknussen wrote:
vinyljustice wrote:thats just a little bit of WTF
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I find it very intriguing.

I am supposing it is a shot after the "ol' cake in the face" at a wedding and the daughters of the "groom/victim" are having a bit of fun as his expense.


There is an innocense but a bit of deviltry as well.

Awww, I think it's sweet!

Posted: Tue Apr 28, 2009 7:06 am
by Arne Saknussen
trustinSTARS wrote:
Arne Saknussen wrote:
vinyljustice wrote:thats just a little bit of WTF
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I find it very intriguing.

I am supposing it is a shot after the "ol' cake in the face" at a wedding and the daughters of the "groom/victim" are having a bit of fun as his expense.


There is an innocense but a bit of deviltry as well.

Awww, I think it's sweet!




Yeah...and that too.

Posted: Wed Apr 29, 2009 12:45 am
by orlowone
awesome topic, and great pics everyone. and in case you didn't know, Gundams get down:

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Posted: Wed Apr 29, 2009 1:19 pm
by MC BUCKWURST
So this is where the cool people hang out.

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Vienna last christmas..

Posted: Wed Apr 29, 2009 1:31 pm
by VoOFA
MC BUCKWURST wrote:So this is where the cool people hang out.
Vienna last christmas..


pretty cool "graffiti" !

Posted: Mon May 04, 2009 2:31 am
by dunnyfaction
maraudandembezz wrote:Here are some baby raccoons at "Abandoned Wild Babies Animal Rescue" (AWBAR). In these photos they were about 12 days old. AWBAR is run by one woman named Amanda Smith. She takes in abandoned an/or injured wildlife and nurses them back to full health until they are ready to be released into the wild. She runs solely off of donations, so if you'd like to help out, you can check out her web site here: www. awbar.com
(the site hasn't been updated since late last year because I am going to be redesigning the site within the next month or so).

Thanks for looking! :heart:


These raccoons were found in a woman's garage.
Image


Image


This is Casper (he lives at AWBAR as well). He is a cross between a muscovy duck and a swan. Due to this cross-breeding, he does not have any oil on his feathers like most water fowl do. This means he cannot float, so he does not swim (and he does not clean himself as often as regular ducks and swans do). Casper needs to be hand-washed from time to time 8-[
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These are baby squirrels. When these photos were taken they were 8 weeks old. They are also some residents at AWBAR. Here they are being fed their daily formula. They were found in the engine of a truck that had been sitting all winter (momma squirrel crawled into the truck's engine and made a nest - then left the babies there).
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This is Louie the German Shepherd licking some formula off one of the baby squirrels. The squirrel was in NO danger. Louie is a very caring and patient canine. :heart:
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This is Ringer the raccoon. He just turned 6 years old this April. Ringer is a permanent resident at AWBAR because he is completely blind - he has NO eyes. When he was very young (so small he could fit in one of your hands) a bunch of teenage boys stabbed Ringer's eyes out with sticks. Ringer would not be able to survive in the wild because, as I said, he cannot see. So he is being very well taken care of at AWBAR by Amanda and her family. He is happy, occasionally gets spoiled with cookies and gets regular check-ups at the vet.
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Here is Ringer on his birthday with a cup of lucky charms.
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If you have any questions about AWBAR, the animals or how to donate, just pm me.

Thanks for looking :heart:


wow!!!!!! i had no idea u were such a gret photographer!!!!! these r SOOOOOO good! and those babys are SOOOOOO cute!!!

Posted: Mon May 04, 2009 10:16 pm
by linh
maraudandembezz wrote:
dodgrr wrote:damn man, you got a raccoon? awesome!!

anyway, here's my first try at extended exposure..

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haha, well, he's not really my raccoon. He was part of a wildlife rehab facility (and we actually just let him go a couple weeks ago!) He was brought to "Abandoned Wild Babies Animal Rescue" (AWBAR) in the late summer of 2008 because he had been abandoend by his mother and could not care for himself yet in the wild.

But now Danny is all grown up and is an official wild raccoon :rock:

Here's another photo of Danny.
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and some other stuff too:

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And not the highest quality, but she makes me laugh \:D/
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Your white cat looks wild. I though it was a bob cat for a second.

Posted: Tue May 05, 2009 4:11 am
by maraudandembezz
linhpham1201 wrote:
maraudandembezz wrote:
dodgrr wrote:damn man, you got a raccoon? awesome!!

anyway, here's my first try at extended exposure..

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haha, well, he's not really my raccoon. He was part of a wildlife rehab facility (and we actually just let him go a couple weeks ago!) He was brought to "Abandoned Wild Babies Animal Rescue" (AWBAR) in the late summer of 2008 because he had been abandoend by his mother and could not care for himself yet in the wild.

But now Danny is all grown up and is an official wild raccoon :rock:

Here's another photo of Danny.
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and some other stuff too:

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And not the highest quality, but she makes me laugh \:D/
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Your white cat looks wild. I though it was a bob cat for a second.


nope, she's not wild. She's actually just an outdoor farm cat (her breed is called Turkish Angora) :)

I live in Illinois and she lives on a farm with my great grandfather in North Carolina. She's technically my cat (because he bought her for me) but she can't live with me due to the fact that I still live with my parents and my mom is highly allergic to any animals that shed. But I get to visit every summer and the cat always comes to me when I call her. She always remembers me :heart:
She doesn't tend to like people other than me and my great grandpa. And I'm actually the ONLY person in the family she's never bitten - which is pretty cool. Anywho, there I go rambling... 8-[

Posted: Tue May 05, 2009 7:32 am
by kidrobotNY
messing with the D60 signing my name "Brian"

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Posted: Wed May 06, 2009 8:05 am
by linh
My Eddy & Mack
Breed Type : Toy Fox Terrier.
1 year old.
Brothers.
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Posted: Wed May 06, 2009 11:28 am
by maraudandembezz
linhpham1201 wrote:My Eddy & Mack
Breed Type : Toy Fox Terrier.
1 year old.
Brothers.
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awww... they're so sweet :heart:

Posted: Wed May 06, 2009 8:26 pm
by linh
maraudandembezz wrote:
linhpham1201 wrote:My Eddy & Mack
Breed Type : Toy Fox Terrier.
1 year old.
Brothers.
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awww... they're so sweet :heart:


Thanks :heart:

Posted: Thu May 07, 2009 9:47 pm
by Dunny1200
linhpham1201 wrote:My Eddy & Mack
Breed Type : Toy Fox Terrier.
1 year old.
Brothers.
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Cool dogs...

Posted: Fri May 08, 2009 8:26 pm
by linh
Dunny1200 wrote:
linhpham1201 wrote:My Eddy & Mack
Breed Type : Toy Fox Terrier.
1 year old.
Brothers.
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Cool dogs...


Thank you :partyman: