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  1. Beautiful pictures. I’m sure you are talking about Emily being your company? She must be getting to see a lot of new things. Wonderful pictures. Have a good time with your company 🙂
    .-= Thom´s last blog ..Sunday Stealing =-.

    1. No, Thom. — Nancy, Amoeba’s SIL is our company. Emily, as I said, is a student in Amoeba’s class — but you get extra points for noticing that they are both from Massachusetts. BTW, Amoeba is, too.

    1. Nicole — I wish the shots had been more clear. I think around here I should just permanently put the camera on an action setting!

  2. Enjoy your company Quilly, we will be here when you return. Take a second though to visit the blog, see if you can guess what Thom is going to Guess Wrong.
    .-= Bill´s last blog ..The Close Up Game #2 =-.

  3. Great shot. The red tail rarely looks that red in person. If I’m not here when you get back, I’ll return shortly.

    1. Doug — I said to NAncy, What kind of bird do you think that is? And the bird banked, showing us his tail. We said together, “Redtail.” But I think it’s really reddish-brown!

  4. Beautiful ! can’t remember when I saw a hawk for the last time, must be ages !
    .-= Gattina´s last blog .. =-.

  5. Interesting that it’s called a Redtailed hawk, we have a similiar bird over here called a Red Kite. Birds of Prey are always impressive though.
    .-= Bazza´s last blog ..Intriuging =-.

    1. Bazza, your Kite and our Hawk are of the same family — Accipitridae — but otherwise, they appear to be quite different.

  6. You’re nhaving the time of your life with that camera, aren’t you?
    Gorgeous pictures, what a majestic bird, and such a beautiful sky!

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