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Lori Parsons (LJP Images)
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I haven't been doing much with my photography lately, other than daily shots of this and that without much forethought.  So last night I decided to try my hand at light trails.  All of this time and I've never gotten around to trying that.  lol.  My results are at my smugmug page. #photography  

http://ljpimages.smugmug.com/The-View-From-Here/Light-Trails-and-Fog
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A few shots of Carolina Wren fledglings.
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2014-09-07
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Northern Parula.  One of several spotted at Alex George Lake in Jackson County Missouri.  We spotted them flitting around a downed tree on the shore of the little lake as we were trying to make our way closer to a Red-headed Woodpecker we saw across the lake.  A first sighting of these little warblers for us.  They were quite vocal with their pretty little songs.  I was unable to get a shot of the female, though.
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2014-04-23
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Spotted this little American Kestrel on my way to pick my husband up from work in Overland Park, Kansas. 
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Can't get enough of this cute little bird.  Ruby Crowned Kinglet. Kansas City, Mo.
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2014-02-07
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Cute little Ruby Crowned Kinglet.  One of two that have stuck around this year.  I think they typically head a little bit south of here but are hanging out with the sparrows in a Yew bush near one of our feeders.  This was taken through a dirty window on the side of our house.  --Kansas City, Mo.
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Went to a little spot where we always catch a sighting of Pileated Woodpeckers and this guy didn't let us down.  He waited until we were heading out along the trail, but better late than never.  #birdphotography  
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Went to a little spot where we always catch a sighting of Pileated Woodpeckers and this guy didn't let us down.  He waited until we were heading out along the trail, but better late than never. --(forgot to add that we are in south Kansas City.  This was taken along a trail near Blue River Road) #birdphotography  
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Hairy Woodpecker, warily approaching our suet feeder and keeping an eye on the sky.  A couple of Cooper's Hawks have been trying to make meals out of our lunch guests. This Hairy Woodpecker showed up a week or so ago and was our first confirmed sighting.  Seeing it so close, right on the deck off the front of our house, allowed us to see the size difference to a Downy Woodpecker quite clearly.  -Kansas City, Missouri
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2014-01-02
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