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Mark K

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Nice shot.
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I took it with a Panasonic Lumix point and shoot with a Leica lens maxed out to 30 X zoom. It came out better than I expected since I was shooting through a thermal pane window and it was raining outside.
 

Peter LeQuire

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Butterfly and coneflowers - (coneflowers and passion flowers are the two "official" state wildflowers in Tennessee). Because our lawmakers have nothing better to do, we also have an official state rock, 3 official state insects and an official amphibian.

Edit - I forgot - we also have an official state fossil. It is NOT a member of the Legislature.
 

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Peter LeQuire

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Not a photo to brag about, but an interesting object at the East Wing of the National Gallery of Art. The human is my average-sized daughter, in the photo to give some notion of just how big the blue bird is.
 

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Terrel L. Shields

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I recently planted some seed in my field. The seed is Orchardgrass. This is another 5 acres I am attempting to rehabilitate from cropland. The device behind the tractor is called a cultipacker. This one is perhaps as much as 90 years old. The axle bushings are made from wood- persimmon to be exact. No one on our farm has used it since the 1950s. I put a new tongue in it and I used it to pack down the seed I spread. It works very well. The tractor is 42 years old and I bought it new.
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RSW

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I recently planted some seed in my field. The seed is Orchardgrass. This is another 5 acres I am attempting to rehabilitate from cropland. The device behind the tractor is called a cultipacker. This one is perhaps as much as 90 years old. The axle bushings are made from wood- persimmon to be exact. No one on our farm has used it since the 1950s. I put a new tongue in it and I used it to pack down the seed I spread. It works very well. The tractor is 42 years old and I bought it new.
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I like that shot, Terrell.
 

Terrel L. Shields

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Mr. Kitty says those birds sure look tasty. And that Cardinal must be molting. I've been on the look out for Bobolinks who pass thru the area only a day or two a year, and often I never see them. I know one was sighted in central Arkansas 2 days ago. So I am listening for their distinct calls. They usually are in rather large groups.

Meanwhile we have two eagle nests in the area- I think the chix have flown the coop by now.
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