Photographs to Share

There was a thread that closed a couple of months ago where people could post any sort of photograph they want to share. Whether it be one they took, or one they found on the Internet etc.

I will start:

That was the view out my window last week.

God Bless.

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On a road near my house. I love it because it changes with the weather and with the change of seasons or time of day.

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Here’s a photo my daughter took of a visitor to our garden .This little animal lays eggs and suckles its young ,a monotreme.
I hope this echidna stays and is content with our slugs and little snails .

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Neskowin, OR 12/25/19

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:smiley:…!!
:ice_cream:

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somewhere over the Rainbow in New Mexico…

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the wonders of God’s beauty in Colorado…

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What a Blessing!

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Neskowin, OR 12/2519

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Note: the bell tower seen in the picture is the bell tower of the local Anglican Church.

It may not be Catholic, but waking up to a big tower with a cross on top every morning is a great gift!

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Arizona Poppies. I-10 east of Willcox, Arizona 3/22/2020

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I am hoping these return again this year.

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The Sea of Galilee, taken by me, Oct 2018

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This is kinda quirky whilst the country is in lock down. :upside_down_face:

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I’d say that’s everything you need for lockdown all in one place :laughing:

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Too right!

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Looks like a porcupine with a long snout.

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They are similar to porkys but they are often much larger and their spines are kind of rounded on the ends, not so sharp like a porky.
My husband and I saw lots of them on our honeymoon downunder :slight_smile: they would wobble and ripple crossing the road.

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I’ve seen that picture. I believe it’s the Chatham Islands.

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Do they have eyes? I didn’t see any the photo.

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