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“Are You Talking To Me ?” Humor Photo Nikon Photo by Samuel E. Warren Jr.

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“Are You Talking To Me ? ” In this photo, this caribou in the river seems to be asking “Are You Talking to Me ?” Nikon Photo by Samuel E. Warren Jr.

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August 30, 2012 at 12:43 PM

Test Your Eyes — Find All The Caribou In The Photo — Nikon Photo by Samuel E. Warren Jr.

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Camouflage Cows and Calves 

Find All The Caribou In The Photo.  I heard a big splash and glanced over to see a caribou cow in the river. 

Once my eyes adjusted to the sunlight and shade, then, I counted three cows and two calves.  At first glance, the caribou cattle all seem to blend into their surroundings. 

I downloaded the image from the camera into the computer.  I did no software tweaking before I published the photograph because I wanted readers to see exactly what I saw looking through thecamera shutter.  Nikon Photo by Samuel E. Warren Jr.

Coconuts And Corn — Photos for American Farmers Wade Martin and Jeff Parrish — Photography Patrol

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Coconuts And Corn

Photos for American Farmers Wade Martin

and Jeff Parrish 

Coconuts and Corn – Photo One – Photo for American Farmers Wade Martin and Jeff Parish. Walking through the Leyte landscape with my Nikon camera, I stopped and looked at the rows of corn and the coconut tree. In the United States, acres of corn stretch out across the horizon in states like Missouri, Arkansas and Iowa. Actually, Corn is a grain that, according to my old Future Farmers of America manual is grown in ALL 50 states and is the reason that the corn grain is used on the FFA Crest. Once I stood looking at the corn and the coconut tree I wondered if American Farmer Wade Martin, of Abesville, Missouri or American Farmer Jeff Parrish of El Dorado Springs, Missouri, near Nevada, Missouri, would believe their eyes. You can grow “sweet corn” in the Philippines, but, I doubt, Missouri winters and the seasonal tornadoes will allow coconut trees to grow in southwest Missouri. Nikon photo by Samuel E. Warren Jr.

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