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Old 09-05-2010, 01:14 PM
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Thanx Craig, - one from yesterday, i came across a rat hiding in a tree from our dogs..
Mr. Ratty eventually leaped to a neighboring Willow tree, managed to avoid being eaten and made good his escape..
Maybe a rat but he is cute ! ! !
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Old 09-05-2010, 04:20 PM
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he's also a fat little bugger. nice pic, gary
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Old 09-05-2010, 07:19 PM
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Had an earthquake centred about 50kms from my place at 4.35am on Saturday.
This is the scene that greeted me in one of my rooms.
Quite frightening.
Was intending to get stuff off shelves and do a bit of a spring clean that weekend.
Didn't have to.
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Old 09-06-2010, 06:02 AM
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Had an earthquake centred about 50kms from my place at 4.35am on Saturday.
This is the scene that greeted me in one of my rooms.
Quite frightening.
Was intending to get stuff off shelves and do a bit of a spring clean that weekend.
Didn't have to.
When i saw the news real i did think about you and wondered if it was anywhere near, Thankfully all you have is extra housework to do

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Oh my Flotsam!
Sky news was just mentioning that the earthquake was responsible for inducing the births of a record number of babies in your maternity units..

Anyway - back to the serious business of mouse photography - we seem to be having a minor epidemic of mice and i rescued this one from the jaws of our fluffy carnivore cat Yoda this morning - remembering trees make good backdrops i placed it in our Willow out of harms way and snapped away with the 24-70mm, this one's a rather leaner specimen than 'fatso' the other day and i must say i'm very pleased with the result - just wished it was a chameleon or some other exotic creature lol
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Great pic, Gary!
@ Flotsam, sorry to hear!
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Old 09-06-2010, 10:58 AM
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Had an earthquake ...
... Was intending to get stuff off shelves and do a bit of a spring clean that weekend.
Didn't have to.
Thought of you and the few other NZer's on here - glad you weren't home in that chair when the quake knocked your bookcase over. I've never been in one - would find it frightening also. Also don't like housework...
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Old 09-06-2010, 11:04 AM
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... i rescued this one from the jaws of our fluffy carnivore cat Yoda this morning - remembering trees make good backdrops i placed it in our Willow... this one's a rather leaner specimen than 'fatso' the other day...
I know that Yoda disapproves of your choice to turn the mouse into a model instead of his meal. Cute mouse. Hope he got out of the tree before the rat came.
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Old 09-06-2010, 01:23 PM
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Oh my Flotsam!
Sky news was just mentioning that the earthquake was responsible for inducing the births of a record number of babies in your maternity units..

Anyway - back to the serious business of mouse photography - we seem to be having a minor epidemic of mice and i rescued this one from the jaws of our fluffy carnivore cat Yoda this morning - remembering trees make good backdrops i placed it in our Willow out of harms way and snapped away with the 24-70mm, this one's a rather leaner specimen than 'fatso' the other day and i must say i'm very pleased with the result - just wished it was a chameleon or some other exotic creature lol
Another cutie, much cuter than a chameleon
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Thought of you and the few other NZer's on here - glad you weren't home in that chair when the quake knocked your bookcase over. I've never been in one - would find it frightening also. Also don't like housework...
Thanks for your thoughts.
We are known as "The Shaky Isles" but this area has never been thought of as an earthquake risk. Lots of damage in Christchurch City where I work and many people will lose their homes. No loss of life though. I'm staying with friends as I still have no power supply.
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