October 2016 photo competition

Please feel free to post any of your favorite photos here for our monthly competition.
No limit on how many per month and subject unlimited (at this stage!) and should be taken by yourself or anyone else around you. (not from a glossy magazine etc)No chat on here please...
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FastStone is good for what you want to do. Select pixel size. Select pixel size.

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moree fire.jpg
moree fire002.jpg
#'s 7 & 8
This is the excitement for tonight. G & I were walking back from the walkathon do when we saw some smoke and a reddish glo at the back of a house so we went to look yelled out but then began popping noises so we high tailed it over the road and called 000 etc. Turned out the house was vacant BUT another person saw 2 kids running off. :evil:
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Yep that's why the trucks stop at Narrabri or Boggabilla.

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#9
G (24).JPG resized.JPG
. I emailed this photo to the Bundaberg Newsmail last Wed thinking that would be the end as never expected it to be used in their daily photo- it was in the next day.
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Nice photo.

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I always knew Beagles were hunters, willing to follow the prey anywhere...
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In this instance, the prey was a 200mm Gecko. :roll:
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Does my bum look big in this ??? :)
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Dot, If your bum looks like that, then we ALL have a problem. :lol: :lol: :lol: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :D Sorry.

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supersparky wrote:Dot, If your bum looks like that, then we ALL have a problem. :lol: :lol: :lol: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :D Sorry.

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Nup, currently at BnB's (Mildura) xx & Yes we do have a problem as my backside does look like Rays pooch ;) ;)
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Talking of frogs, this is our resident kooka, he follows me around everywhere and has no hesitation on siting right beside me when working. He also has a family and nests just by my workshop, every morning he greets me and flies really close to my face, you can feel the breeze of his wings. This all started when he was young and arrived, was pushing soil and he started catching the insects etc uncovered, got to the stage now where he follows me on the earth mover and sits on top of it waiting for a morsel to pop up, then he swoops on it. When he catches something he always flies close by me to show what he was for his little ones.

Know he's a bloke because they are smaller then the females and she gives him a hard time. He also sits away from the nest and she sits just outside it most of the time.
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