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Thread: Nature in your area!

  1. #46
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    Wow, sarah, green leaves on X-mas eve. ( wish I were in FL )

    I've got forest on every side of my house, so I guess I'll take some pics tommaro. ( Don't expect much, they probably won't turn out very well. )

    Beautiful pics. ( the Yukon ones were especially gorgeous ) I didn't realise it got so green up there.

    P.S. Sorry for pulling up an older thread.
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    Wow, what a cool thread! I just want to say how much I'm enjoying seeing everyone's pictures. I'll get some of mine posted soon...

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    I had to look into "My Pictures" file, after seeing this thread.

    These pictures were taken in January of 2005!!!

    We had several " fairy mornings" as I called them, and I took some pictures of the "Hoarfrost" that had developed upon every single object!!!

    ( Gee, I hope I did this right )
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  4. #49
    Quote Originally Posted by Glacier
    I live in the middle of a forest. Nature everywhere. These first two pictures were taken around noon today:

    That's Golden Horn Mountain. Taken while I was out training dogs, but I can see the mountain from my living room as well.

    Frosty trees on the sled trail today.

    A Raven stealing dog food in my yard a couple weeks ago.

    My favorite sledding trail taken in October 05.

    Five Finger Rapids on the Yukon River, early September 05.

    Mary Lake in the summer. I ran the dog team across this lake this afternoon!
    I have ALWAYS wanted to go to Alaska! Everyone's pictures are stunning. My mom heard that mosquitos are a huge problem up there. Is this true?

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    I have ALWAYS wanted to go to Alaska! Everyone's pictures are stunning. My mom heard that mosquitos are a huge problem up there. Is this true
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  6. #51
    well being in the middle of one of the largst city in the US..there is not much "nature" around here lmao...lots of rocks and cacti..not much grass..nothing exciting AT ALL...

    this is what i see whn i look out my front door lmao..


    BUT theres always the gorgeus Grand Canyon...its not "in my area" but its a few hours from us..these are from our most recent vist last year.








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    The Grand Canyon is AWESOME! We went there on our honeymoon trip 10 years ago. I was so surprised that you can't see anything at ground level as you approach. The whole thing goes downwards from ground level! Duh, I guess that's what they mean by "canyon", huh? It's one of the places I have wanted to see since I was a little girl!
    Keep these pictures coming!

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    The pictures I posted on page 2 were at my old house. We moved in May and here are some pictures from our new house/yard.

    A black racer on our back porch


    The stables


    grass in the incredibly overgrown back field














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  9. #54
    Awesome photos everyone. The Grand Canyon is stunning.


    St Georges Lake at Creswick, Victoria, Australia.. about a 15 minute drive from home. This photo was taken a few weeks back, when all the blossom tree's were starting to bloom.


    Taken a couple of years ago at the beach.


    Caves at the beach.




    Our front garden last year, all of the plants are well established now and are thriving .

    More to come as i find them....
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    It was sunny so I took some photos.










    Baby morning dove, its kinda blurry cause it was far away.


    Local Starling.

  11. #56
    Everyone has posted such gorgeous pictures... I'd love to visit such beautiful places one day.


    The lake. I wish I could find the original version I took of this picture, but for now, this will have to do. Also, once I get back home, I'll go through the files on the computer to find some more of the nature around here. =) I know I have loads of them.

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    This grass looks so soft! I want to sprawl out in it!
    This photo is just breathtaking..


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    Quote Originally Posted by buttercup132
    She lives in Canada
    Alaska is through Canada though lol

    Well I've moved since this was posted... now we're in the "Ozark Mountains" which are really just big hills But I do have some shots I've taken a few months back on my way to work

    OK I lied I can't find any of them on my zoto, they're on my comp which isn't working right now lol But here are a few I did find:



    Hiking, about a 10 minute drive from our apartment:



    My old apartment in Branson, our "front yard" last fall:


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  14. #59
    Quote Originally Posted by buttercup132
    She lives in Canada

    Oh she does? I'm really sorry I must have missed that!

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    Wow... The grand Canyon is stunning.

    Well, finally got the pics downloaded. Sorry there are so many, especially because they aren't very good.

    This one has Jen in it, but I love it because it has snow in it. It's a good picture of Jen running, too.



    Longest driveway competition?



    Looking the other way.


    The day my favourite tree went yellow.






    Enjoy!

    EDIT: In case anyone's wondering, the driveway is just under 11km long. Jennys daily walk is about halfway down the driveway and back.
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