Thursday, November 7, 2013

From the photo closet

Time spent out and about I manage to take lots of photos. Most of these just wind up on a memory card and never make it to the blog. So here are a few such photos I'd like to share. I hope you'll enjoy.













23 comments:

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    1. Apache Trout,
      Thanks.
      Not as much as I was.

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  2. the wooly worm made me smile. :)

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    1. TexWisGirl,
      Thanks.
      They were all over that day, and in assorted colors.

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  3. Capturing wild peanut butter and jelly sandwiches in the wild is one of my favorite hunts. By far your photo journal is one of my favorites.
    Pete

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    1. Peter Carlson,
      Thanks.
      They're quite the trophy.

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  4. your photos are excellent as always. Thanks for sharing. I approve of the PB&J and coffee.

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    1. Savage,
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      Hard to fault good ole PB&J.

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  5. I am with Savage on this one. Great photos, but, I like the Fisherman's Sandwich and Coffee the best.

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    1. Mel Moore,
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      Good combos for a quick lunch.

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  6. Wanted: Someone to teach me photography...Nice job Alan.

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    1. Howard,
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      I appreciate it buddy.

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  7. Alan, I'd say that caterpillar says "autumn" like nothing else. Wonderful.

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    1. rivertoprambles,
      Thanks.
      An all natural "wooly bugger"

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  8. Brk Trt,

    Your photos are always an inspiration to those of us who like photography. Great composition and color.

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    1. tenkara ambassador,
      Thanks.
      I appreciate that. I'm still learning.

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  9. Alan
    You are as good with the camera as you are landing the trout. Thanks for sharing some nice images

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    1. Bill Trussell,
      Thanks.
      Bill I'm getting better with the camera, but lately the trout have been winning the battles.

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  10. New to your blog, thanks to T Carlson, and enjoying it from VA. If you don't mind, what camera are you using?

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