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Totally different concept.

the best coloured easter egg since years - interesting story behind
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Your Weekly Blog / Re: March 2020
« Last post by Thomas Stellwag on Today at 12:32:16 »
social distancing, no stopping for food, no interaction with other humans,
but my brother and that through helmet and gloves
motorbike dress is one of the securest clothing today  ;)
I like the shot
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Your Weekly Blog / Re: March 2020
« Last post by Øivind Tøien on Today at 12:32:01 »
Another 3 weeks of groceries secured - a rather stressful experience, as it was almost as crowded as it use to be in spite of the lock down in Alaska, and not everybody were following best practices. Unknown to me at the time, lock down orders were tightened up from 5PM same day, so may be there was a rush because of that although grocery shopping is of course still allowed. Luckily Alaska lags behind most countries and the rest of the US - 102 confirmed cases and only one death since the first case about 3 weeks ago. But I got near but at safe distance to a colleague who was among the first 17... Scientists have tended to travel a lot. May be we will now discover that it was not necessary.


 
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Your Weekly Blog / Re: March 2020
« Last post by Thomas Stellwag on Today at 12:28:51 »
Isolation continued - due to my age I am not allowed to leave home even for essential items as in food so I am dependent on family and very good friends to shop on my behalf, fortunately family food choices are fairly straightforward therefore food shopping is limited to basic items, milk, bread, vegetables etc.
This image will probably exceed my monthly allowance but it is near the end of the month, following from my previous post this is another view of what I have as a form of enforced leisure activity for the next 10 weeks approx !


this is a harmonic room - at least you have a very comfortable place to stay and can go out in your garden. Much better than people living in small flats in the cities.
we still are allowed to leave, but not to meet with more than 4 people.
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Nature, Flora, Fauna & Landscapes / Re: Monte Casino Aster
« Last post by Andrew on Today at 11:26:28 »
You strike again!
So nice...
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Nature, Flora, Fauna & Landscapes / Re: Orange Star
« Last post by Andrew on Today at 11:24:46 »
Very well done!!
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Your Weekly Blog / Re: March 2020
« Last post by Fons Baerken on Today at 10:48:33 »
Todays catch
Dare not to put in the show birds theme ;) Tool once distance for my 200-500 and the D500.
I have never seen this Common Kingfisher in real life, so that was nice. We have few colorfull birds in Denmark.
This is a crop ;)

I never spotted one myself. fortunate shot Bent.
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Nature, Flora, Fauna & Landscapes / Re: Orange Star
« Last post by Fons Baerken on Today at 10:46:32 »
Beautiful!
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Your Weekly Blog / Re: March 2020
« Last post by Fons Baerken on Today at 10:43:59 »
Isolation continued - due to my age I am not allowed to leave home even for essential items as in food so I am dependent on family and very good friends to shop on my behalf, fortunately family food choices are fairly straightforward therefore food shopping is limited to basic items, milk, bread, vegetables etc.
This image will probably exceed my monthly allowance but it is near the end of the month, following from my previous post this is another view of what I have as a form of enforced leisure activity for the next 10 weeks approx !


Nice view. You have to stay at home completely? Here in Holland we have no total isolation, respecting rules, like social distance etc oc, at 70 we have no further  restictions.
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Your Weekly Blog / Re: March 2020
« Last post by Jacques on Today at 10:32:56 »
Isolation continued - due to my age I am not allowed to leave home even for essential items as in food so I am dependent on family and very good friends to shop on my behalf, fortunately family food choices are fairly straightforward therefore food shopping is limited to basic items, milk, bread, vegetables etc.
This image will probably exceed my monthly allowance but it is near the end of the month, following from my previous post this is another view of what I have as a form of enforced leisure activity for the next 10 weeks approx !
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