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jonny_redhorse

Sunny Morning hike!

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I took a ride down to the Sax-Zim Bog this morning wondering what the bog gods would offer today! grin...I was looking for anything that lurked,crawled,wiggled or flew...or even grew! grin...Here's a few so -so images from this late morning, early afternoon(12:00 noon lighting wasn't the best...)

a couple sandhill cranes I came upon feeding on a raspberry patch about 100 yards from me along Hwy #7...

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guess this guy has an itch something terrible!

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and what I believe is a "kingbird" but I may be wrong grin

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and a patch of bunchberries...

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not a real horse afficiando but this one looked kinda alone in a farmers field....looks like a few scars on it's side...horse has had a tough life grin

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Great pics, Jonny!

Sweetly-conformed horse. Looks like it made an acquaintance with some barbed wire at some point in its past. Horses just seem to gravitate toward barbed wire. Out West where I used to live, they called those "education marks."

Wonder what got under that one crane's skirt. gringrin

Were those cranes eating berries?

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Sax-Aim still yields some surprises! Love 'em, jonny!

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I agree on the sow thistle. Nice stuff for sure.

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Love the sow thistle shot, very nice shot, my second pick would be the horse for the very nice pose.

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There is so much bunchberry but those bright red berries are so hard to pass up on.. You are correct, that is a kingbird, id say your a regular ornathologist!

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