Autumn Tree!
It was basically the only Fall-themed tree in the city for awhile there, so I took the opportunity to take a few shots of it! This also happened to be after I gave a 6 minute Demonstration Speech in my Public Speaking class about the elements of photography, so I tried using more of the principles of The Rule of Thirds and such in my shots (like the two small ones near the top of this post.
Oh, and also, I remembered I totally have a Society6 account that I made and verified a year ago, and have started posting some of my art over there, so here is a link to an edited photo of the last photo in this post. And while we’re at it, here is a link to my 9 Sec Long-Exposure shot of a streetlamp and a Super Moon, it’s not quite what you’d expect!
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Autumn Tree!
It was basically the only Fall-themed tree in the city for awhile there, so I took the opportunity to take a few shots of it! This also happened to be after I gave a 6 minute Demonstration Speech in my Public Speaking class about the elements of photography, so I tried using more of the principles of The Rule of Thirds and such in my shots (like the two small ones near the top of this post.
Oh, and also, I remembered I totally have a Society6 account that I made and verified a year ago, and have started posting some of my art over there, so here is a link to an edited photo of the last photo in this post. And while we’re at it, here is a link to my 9 Sec Long-Exposure shot of a streetlamp and a Super Moon, it’s not quite what you’d expect!
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Autumn Tree!
It was basically the only Fall-themed tree in the city for awhile there, so I took the opportunity to take a few shots of it! This also happened to be after I gave a 6 minute Demonstration Speech in my Public Speaking class about the elements of photography, so I tried using more of the principles of The Rule of Thirds and such in my shots (like the two small ones near the top of this post.
Oh, and also, I remembered I totally have a Society6 account that I made and verified a year ago, and have started posting some of my art over there, so here is a link to an edited photo of the last photo in this post. And while we’re at it, here is a link to my 9 Sec Long-Exposure shot of a streetlamp and a Super Moon, it’s not quite what you’d expect!
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Autumn Tree!
It was basically the only Fall-themed tree in the city for awhile there, so I took the opportunity to take a few shots of it! This also happened to be after I gave a 6 minute Demonstration Speech in my Public Speaking class about the elements of photography, so I tried using more of the principles of The Rule of Thirds and such in my shots (like the two small ones near the top of this post.
Oh, and also, I remembered I totally have a Society6 account that I made and verified a year ago, and have started posting some of my art over there, so here is a link to an edited photo of the last photo in this post. And while we’re at it, here is a link to my 9 Sec Long-Exposure shot of a streetlamp and a Super Moon, it’s not quite what you’d expect!
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Autumn Tree!
It was basically the only Fall-themed tree in the city for awhile there, so I took the opportunity to take a few shots of it! This also happened to be after I gave a 6 minute Demonstration Speech in my Public Speaking class about the elements of photography, so I tried using more of the principles of The Rule of Thirds and such in my shots (like the two small ones near the top of this post.
Oh, and also, I remembered I totally have a Society6 account that I made and verified a year ago, and have started posting some of my art over there, so here is a link to an edited photo of the last photo in this post. And while we’re at it, here is a link to my 9 Sec Long-Exposure shot of a streetlamp and a Super Moon, it’s not quite what you’d expect!
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Autumn Tree!
It was basically the only Fall-themed tree in the city for awhile there, so I took the opportunity to take a few shots of it! This also happened to be after I gave a 6 minute Demonstration Speech in my Public Speaking class about the elements of photography, so I tried using more of the principles of The Rule of Thirds and such in my shots (like the two small ones near the top of this post.
Oh, and also, I remembered I totally have a Society6 account that I made and verified a year ago, and have started posting some of my art over there, so here is a link to an edited photo of the last photo in this post. And while we’re at it, here is a link to my 9 Sec Long-Exposure shot of a streetlamp and a Super Moon, it’s not quite what you’d expect!
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Autumn Tree!
It was basically the only Fall-themed tree in the city for awhile there, so I took the opportunity to take a few shots of it! This also happened to be after I gave a 6 minute Demonstration Speech in my Public Speaking class about the elements of photography, so I tried using more of the principles of The Rule of Thirds and such in my shots (like the two small ones near the top of this post.
Oh, and also, I remembered I totally have a Society6 account that I made and verified a year ago, and have started posting some of my art over there, so here is a link to an edited photo of the last photo in this post. And while we’re at it, here is a link to my 9 Sec Long-Exposure shot of a streetlamp and a Super Moon, it’s not quite what you’d expect!
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Autumn Tree!

It was basically the only Fall-themed tree in the city for awhile there, so I took the opportunity to take a few shots of it! This also happened to be after I gave a 6 minute Demonstration Speech in my Public Speaking class about the elements of photography, so I tried using more of the principles of The Rule of Thirds and such in my shots (like the two small ones near the top of this post.

Oh, and also, I remembered I totally have a Society6 account that I made and verified a year ago, and have started posting some of my art over there, so here is a link to an edited photo of the last photo in this post. And while we’re at it, here is a link to my 9 Sec Long-Exposure shot of a streetlamp and a Super Moon, it’s not quite what you’d expect!

Bee in a Mini-Pumpkin Flower!
I only ever got one pumpkin out of my garden this year due to Squash-Bugs destroying them, but before that happened the garden was well and had tons of insects pollinating the flowers!
Coincidentally my T3i didn’t like focusing on the middle of the flower, so for that big shot I had to manually ‘suggest’ the right focus for auto-focus to go in by sort of nudging the focus and then running auto again. Will have to look into the side-effects of doing that, and might try to switch to manual, focus,then switch back to auto. Or just get good at manually focusing?
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Bee in a Mini-Pumpkin Flower!
I only ever got one pumpkin out of my garden this year due to Squash-Bugs destroying them, but before that happened the garden was well and had tons of insects pollinating the flowers!
Coincidentally my T3i didn’t like focusing on the middle of the flower, so for that big shot I had to manually ‘suggest’ the right focus for auto-focus to go in by sort of nudging the focus and then running auto again. Will have to look into the side-effects of doing that, and might try to switch to manual, focus,then switch back to auto. Or just get good at manually focusing?
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Bee in a Mini-Pumpkin Flower!
I only ever got one pumpkin out of my garden this year due to Squash-Bugs destroying them, but before that happened the garden was well and had tons of insects pollinating the flowers!
Coincidentally my T3i didn’t like focusing on the middle of the flower, so for that big shot I had to manually ‘suggest’ the right focus for auto-focus to go in by sort of nudging the focus and then running auto again. Will have to look into the side-effects of doing that, and might try to switch to manual, focus,then switch back to auto. Or just get good at manually focusing?
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Bee in a Mini-Pumpkin Flower!
I only ever got one pumpkin out of my garden this year due to Squash-Bugs destroying them, but before that happened the garden was well and had tons of insects pollinating the flowers!
Coincidentally my T3i didn’t like focusing on the middle of the flower, so for that big shot I had to manually ‘suggest’ the right focus for auto-focus to go in by sort of nudging the focus and then running auto again. Will have to look into the side-effects of doing that, and might try to switch to manual, focus,then switch back to auto. Or just get good at manually focusing?
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Bee in a Mini-Pumpkin Flower!
I only ever got one pumpkin out of my garden this year due to Squash-Bugs destroying them, but before that happened the garden was well and had tons of insects pollinating the flowers!
Coincidentally my T3i didn’t like focusing on the middle of the flower, so for that big shot I had to manually ‘suggest’ the right focus for auto-focus to go in by sort of nudging the focus and then running auto again. Will have to look into the side-effects of doing that, and might try to switch to manual, focus,then switch back to auto. Or just get good at manually focusing?
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Bee in a Mini-Pumpkin Flower!

I only ever got one pumpkin out of my garden this year due to Squash-Bugs destroying them, but before that happened the garden was well and had tons of insects pollinating the flowers!

Coincidentally my T3i didn’t like focusing on the middle of the flower, so for that big shot I had to manually ‘suggest’ the right focus for auto-focus to go in by sort of nudging the focus and then running auto again. Will have to look into the side-effects of doing that, and might try to switch to manual, focus,then switch back to auto. Or just get good at manually focusing?

Rusty Blackbirds
In my town there is one huge cluster of Rusty BlackBirds around town, or at least I’m 90% sure they are Rusty Blackbirds (correct me if you find out otherwise).
Anyways, there isn’t any small family groups, just this huge “Cloud” that will setup in one area for a day or so, and then move on to raid another location for a bit. I’ve run into this cluster multiple times, and with the assumption they were crows, was afraid to tick them off in case the entire clan of birds recognized me instantly and attack me when I walk to class.
Also the photos are somehow aligned from “SUPER BRIGHT OMG BIRDS” to “Pretty-Mellow-Colors-Yea”, heh
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Rusty Blackbirds
In my town there is one huge cluster of Rusty BlackBirds around town, or at least I’m 90% sure they are Rusty Blackbirds (correct me if you find out otherwise).
Anyways, there isn’t any small family groups, just this huge “Cloud” that will setup in one area for a day or so, and then move on to raid another location for a bit. I’ve run into this cluster multiple times, and with the assumption they were crows, was afraid to tick them off in case the entire clan of birds recognized me instantly and attack me when I walk to class.
Also the photos are somehow aligned from “SUPER BRIGHT OMG BIRDS” to “Pretty-Mellow-Colors-Yea”, heh
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Rusty Blackbirds
In my town there is one huge cluster of Rusty BlackBirds around town, or at least I’m 90% sure they are Rusty Blackbirds (correct me if you find out otherwise).
Anyways, there isn’t any small family groups, just this huge “Cloud” that will setup in one area for a day or so, and then move on to raid another location for a bit. I’ve run into this cluster multiple times, and with the assumption they were crows, was afraid to tick them off in case the entire clan of birds recognized me instantly and attack me when I walk to class.
Also the photos are somehow aligned from “SUPER BRIGHT OMG BIRDS” to “Pretty-Mellow-Colors-Yea”, heh
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Rusty Blackbirds

In my town there is one huge cluster of Rusty BlackBirds around town, or at least I’m 90% sure they are Rusty Blackbirds (correct me if you find out otherwise).

Anyways, there isn’t any small family groups, just this huge “Cloud” that will setup in one area for a day or so, and then move on to raid another location for a bit. I’ve run into this cluster multiple times, and with the assumption they were crows, was afraid to tick them off in case the entire clan of birds recognized me instantly and attack me when I walk to class.

Also the photos are somehow aligned from “SUPER BRIGHT OMG BIRDS” to “Pretty-Mellow-Colors-Yea”, heh

Cone-Flower Pt:2
Okay! Second Part of the Purple Coneflower photoset! This time around I wanted to show what the Coneflower looks like with the pollen at it’s max. This occurred not that long ahead of the last photoset actually, and I had to hurry outside to take the shots before any insects or anything discovered the fresh flowers.
Some of the photos have a warmer colorset, as I changed from Auto-Color to DayTime, to counter the warm colors from the sun.
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Cone-Flower Pt:2
Okay! Second Part of the Purple Coneflower photoset! This time around I wanted to show what the Coneflower looks like with the pollen at it’s max. This occurred not that long ahead of the last photoset actually, and I had to hurry outside to take the shots before any insects or anything discovered the fresh flowers.
Some of the photos have a warmer colorset, as I changed from Auto-Color to DayTime, to counter the warm colors from the sun.
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Cone-Flower Pt:2
Okay! Second Part of the Purple Coneflower photoset! This time around I wanted to show what the Coneflower looks like with the pollen at it’s max. This occurred not that long ahead of the last photoset actually, and I had to hurry outside to take the shots before any insects or anything discovered the fresh flowers.
Some of the photos have a warmer colorset, as I changed from Auto-Color to DayTime, to counter the warm colors from the sun.
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Cone-Flower Pt:2
Okay! Second Part of the Purple Coneflower photoset! This time around I wanted to show what the Coneflower looks like with the pollen at it’s max. This occurred not that long ahead of the last photoset actually, and I had to hurry outside to take the shots before any insects or anything discovered the fresh flowers.
Some of the photos have a warmer colorset, as I changed from Auto-Color to DayTime, to counter the warm colors from the sun.
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Cone-Flower Pt:2
Okay! Second Part of the Purple Coneflower photoset! This time around I wanted to show what the Coneflower looks like with the pollen at it’s max. This occurred not that long ahead of the last photoset actually, and I had to hurry outside to take the shots before any insects or anything discovered the fresh flowers.
Some of the photos have a warmer colorset, as I changed from Auto-Color to DayTime, to counter the warm colors from the sun.
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Cone-Flower Pt:2
Okay! Second Part of the Purple Coneflower photoset! This time around I wanted to show what the Coneflower looks like with the pollen at it’s max. This occurred not that long ahead of the last photoset actually, and I had to hurry outside to take the shots before any insects or anything discovered the fresh flowers.
Some of the photos have a warmer colorset, as I changed from Auto-Color to DayTime, to counter the warm colors from the sun.
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Cone-Flower Pt:2
Okay! Second Part of the Purple Coneflower photoset! This time around I wanted to show what the Coneflower looks like with the pollen at it’s max. This occurred not that long ahead of the last photoset actually, and I had to hurry outside to take the shots before any insects or anything discovered the fresh flowers.
Some of the photos have a warmer colorset, as I changed from Auto-Color to DayTime, to counter the warm colors from the sun.
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Cone-Flower Pt:2
Okay! Second Part of the Purple Coneflower photoset! This time around I wanted to show what the Coneflower looks like with the pollen at it’s max. This occurred not that long ahead of the last photoset actually, and I had to hurry outside to take the shots before any insects or anything discovered the fresh flowers.
Some of the photos have a warmer colorset, as I changed from Auto-Color to DayTime, to counter the warm colors from the sun.
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Cone-Flower Pt:2
Okay! Second Part of the Purple Coneflower photoset! This time around I wanted to show what the Coneflower looks like with the pollen at it’s max. This occurred not that long ahead of the last photoset actually, and I had to hurry outside to take the shots before any insects or anything discovered the fresh flowers.
Some of the photos have a warmer colorset, as I changed from Auto-Color to DayTime, to counter the warm colors from the sun.
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Cone-Flower Pt:2
Okay! Second Part of the Purple Coneflower photoset! This time around I wanted to show what the Coneflower looks like with the pollen at it’s max. This occurred not that long ahead of the last photoset actually, and I had to hurry outside to take the shots before any insects or anything discovered the fresh flowers.
Some of the photos have a warmer colorset, as I changed from Auto-Color to DayTime, to counter the warm colors from the sun.
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Cone-Flower Pt:2

Okay! Second Part of the Purple Coneflower photoset! This time around I wanted to show what the Coneflower looks like with the pollen at it’s max. This occurred not that long ahead of the last photoset actually, and I had to hurry outside to take the shots before any insects or anything discovered the fresh flowers.

Some of the photos have a warmer colorset, as I changed from Auto-Color to DayTime, to counter the warm colors from the sun.

I was getting bored taking photos of the Super Moon, and was playing around with the settings on my camera, primarily the f-focus and ISO settings. Eventually I was down to 2 seconds shutter speed and decided just to move it to BULB setting and play around with the moon and a street-light nearby.
Sort of an abstract kind of art, I guess!
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I was getting bored taking photos of the Super Moon, and was playing around with the settings on my camera, primarily the f-focus and ISO settings. Eventually I was down to 2 seconds shutter speed and decided just to move it to BULB setting and play around with the moon and a street-light nearby.
Sort of an abstract kind of art, I guess!
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I was getting bored taking photos of the Super Moon, and was playing around with the settings on my camera, primarily the f-focus and ISO settings. Eventually I was down to 2 seconds shutter speed and decided just to move it to BULB setting and play around with the moon and a street-light nearby.
Sort of an abstract kind of art, I guess!
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I was getting bored taking photos of the Super Moon, and was playing around with the settings on my camera, primarily the f-focus and ISO settings. Eventually I was down to 2 seconds shutter speed and decided just to move it to BULB setting and play around with the moon and a street-light nearby.
Sort of an abstract kind of art, I guess!
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I was getting bored taking photos of the Super Moon, and was playing around with the settings on my camera, primarily the f-focus and ISO settings. Eventually I was down to 2 seconds shutter speed and decided just to move it to BULB setting and play around with the moon and a street-light nearby.
Sort of an abstract kind of art, I guess!
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I was getting bored taking photos of the Super Moon, and was playing around with the settings on my camera, primarily the f-focus and ISO settings. Eventually I was down to 2 seconds shutter speed and decided just to move it to BULB setting and play around with the moon and a street-light nearby.
Sort of an abstract kind of art, I guess!
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I was getting bored taking photos of the Super Moon, and was playing around with the settings on my camera, primarily the f-focus and ISO settings. Eventually I was down to 2 seconds shutter speed and decided just to move it to BULB setting and play around with the moon and a street-light nearby.
Sort of an abstract kind of art, I guess!
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I was getting bored taking photos of the Super Moon, and was playing around with the settings on my camera, primarily the f-focus and ISO settings. Eventually I was down to 2 seconds shutter speed and decided just to move it to BULB setting and play around with the moon and a street-light nearby.
Sort of an abstract kind of art, I guess!
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I was getting bored taking photos of the Super Moon, and was playing around with the settings on my camera, primarily the f-focus and ISO settings. Eventually I was down to 2 seconds shutter speed and decided just to move it to BULB setting and play around with the moon and a street-light nearby.
Sort of an abstract kind of art, I guess!
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I was getting bored taking photos of the Super Moon, and was playing around with the settings on my camera, primarily the f-focus and ISO settings. Eventually I was down to 2 seconds shutter speed and decided just to move it to BULB setting and play around with the moon and a street-light nearby.

Sort of an abstract kind of art, I guess!

Lake photo and Bird that for the life of me I can’t identify   Barn Swallow!
I absolutely refused to post these until I knew the name of the bird, and right now I’m only 90% sure I’m right. On that note, here are some facts guaranteed to be about the Barn Swallow, which more likely than not this is.
These guys do love to build their nests very close to each-other on those roofed pier things! They basically claimed the whole thing, but they didn’t get very defensive when we walked around the pier, other than looking right in to the camera or totally looking a different direction you guys, yea.
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Lake photo and Bird that for the life of me I can’t identify   Barn Swallow!
I absolutely refused to post these until I knew the name of the bird, and right now I’m only 90% sure I’m right. On that note, here are some facts guaranteed to be about the Barn Swallow, which more likely than not this is.
These guys do love to build their nests very close to each-other on those roofed pier things! They basically claimed the whole thing, but they didn’t get very defensive when we walked around the pier, other than looking right in to the camera or totally looking a different direction you guys, yea.
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Lake photo and Bird that for the life of me I can’t identify   Barn Swallow!
I absolutely refused to post these until I knew the name of the bird, and right now I’m only 90% sure I’m right. On that note, here are some facts guaranteed to be about the Barn Swallow, which more likely than not this is.
These guys do love to build their nests very close to each-other on those roofed pier things! They basically claimed the whole thing, but they didn’t get very defensive when we walked around the pier, other than looking right in to the camera or totally looking a different direction you guys, yea.
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Lake photo and Bird that for the life of me I can’t identify   Barn Swallow!
I absolutely refused to post these until I knew the name of the bird, and right now I’m only 90% sure I’m right. On that note, here are some facts guaranteed to be about the Barn Swallow, which more likely than not this is.
These guys do love to build their nests very close to each-other on those roofed pier things! They basically claimed the whole thing, but they didn’t get very defensive when we walked around the pier, other than looking right in to the camera or totally looking a different direction you guys, yea.
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Lake photo and Bird that for the life of me I can’t identify   Barn Swallow!
I absolutely refused to post these until I knew the name of the bird, and right now I’m only 90% sure I’m right. On that note, here are some facts guaranteed to be about the Barn Swallow, which more likely than not this is.
These guys do love to build their nests very close to each-other on those roofed pier things! They basically claimed the whole thing, but they didn’t get very defensive when we walked around the pier, other than looking right in to the camera or totally looking a different direction you guys, yea.
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Lake photo and Bird that for the life of me I can’t identify   Barn Swallow!

I absolutely refused to post these until I knew the name of the bird, and right now I’m only 90% sure I’m right. On that note, here are some facts guaranteed to be about the Barn Swallow, which more likely than not this is.

These guys do love to build their nests very close to each-other on those roofed pier things! They basically claimed the whole thing, but they didn’t get very defensive when we walked around the pier, other than looking right in to the camera or totally looking a different direction you guys, yea.

Koi Fish, Turtles, Pagodas! More from the Japanese Garden place. I didn’t have all that many turtle photos that ended up nicely, mainly because I really wanted to get a shot of them taking a bite of the food we were feeding the pond, and turtles bite way too fast for me to react!Koi on the other hand just open their mouths and let the food fall right in, and they look really goofy in the process. As for the small pagodas (I’m sure there is a more proper name for them), they stay pretty still in my opinion, but wouldn’t eat the pellets at all.
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Koi Fish, Turtles, Pagodas! More from the Japanese Garden place. I didn’t have all that many turtle photos that ended up nicely, mainly because I really wanted to get a shot of them taking a bite of the food we were feeding the pond, and turtles bite way too fast for me to react!Koi on the other hand just open their mouths and let the food fall right in, and they look really goofy in the process. As for the small pagodas (I’m sure there is a more proper name for them), they stay pretty still in my opinion, but wouldn’t eat the pellets at all.
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Koi Fish, Turtles, Pagodas! More from the Japanese Garden place. I didn’t have all that many turtle photos that ended up nicely, mainly because I really wanted to get a shot of them taking a bite of the food we were feeding the pond, and turtles bite way too fast for me to react!Koi on the other hand just open their mouths and let the food fall right in, and they look really goofy in the process. As for the small pagodas (I’m sure there is a more proper name for them), they stay pretty still in my opinion, but wouldn’t eat the pellets at all.
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Koi Fish, Turtles, Pagodas! More from the Japanese Garden place. I didn’t have all that many turtle photos that ended up nicely, mainly because I really wanted to get a shot of them taking a bite of the food we were feeding the pond, and turtles bite way too fast for me to react!Koi on the other hand just open their mouths and let the food fall right in, and they look really goofy in the process. As for the small pagodas (I’m sure there is a more proper name for them), they stay pretty still in my opinion, but wouldn’t eat the pellets at all.
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Koi Fish, Turtles, Pagodas! More from the Japanese Garden place. I didn’t have all that many turtle photos that ended up nicely, mainly because I really wanted to get a shot of them taking a bite of the food we were feeding the pond, and turtles bite way too fast for me to react!Koi on the other hand just open their mouths and let the food fall right in, and they look really goofy in the process. As for the small pagodas (I’m sure there is a more proper name for them), they stay pretty still in my opinion, but wouldn’t eat the pellets at all.
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Koi Fish, Turtles, Pagodas! More from the Japanese Garden place. I didn’t have all that many turtle photos that ended up nicely, mainly because I really wanted to get a shot of them taking a bite of the food we were feeding the pond, and turtles bite way too fast for me to react!Koi on the other hand just open their mouths and let the food fall right in, and they look really goofy in the process. As for the small pagodas (I’m sure there is a more proper name for them), they stay pretty still in my opinion, but wouldn’t eat the pellets at all.
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Koi Fish, Turtles, Pagodas! More from the Japanese Garden place. I didn’t have all that many turtle photos that ended up nicely, mainly because I really wanted to get a shot of them taking a bite of the food we were feeding the pond, and turtles bite way too fast for me to react!Koi on the other hand just open their mouths and let the food fall right in, and they look really goofy in the process. As for the small pagodas (I’m sure there is a more proper name for them), they stay pretty still in my opinion, but wouldn’t eat the pellets at all.
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Koi Fish, Turtles, Pagodas! More from the Japanese Garden place. I didn’t have all that many turtle photos that ended up nicely, mainly because I really wanted to get a shot of them taking a bite of the food we were feeding the pond, and turtles bite way too fast for me to react!Koi on the other hand just open their mouths and let the food fall right in, and they look really goofy in the process. As for the small pagodas (I’m sure there is a more proper name for them), they stay pretty still in my opinion, but wouldn’t eat the pellets at all.
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Koi Fish, Turtles, Pagodas! More from the Japanese Garden place. I didn’t have all that many turtle photos that ended up nicely, mainly because I really wanted to get a shot of them taking a bite of the food we were feeding the pond, and turtles bite way too fast for me to react!Koi on the other hand just open their mouths and let the food fall right in, and they look really goofy in the process. As for the small pagodas (I’m sure there is a more proper name for them), they stay pretty still in my opinion, but wouldn’t eat the pellets at all.
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Koi Fish, Turtles, Pagodas! More from the Japanese Garden place. I didn’t have all that many turtle photos that ended up nicely, mainly because I really wanted to get a shot of them taking a bite of the food we were feeding the pond, and turtles bite way too fast for me to react!Koi on the other hand just open their mouths and let the food fall right in, and they look really goofy in the process. As for the small pagodas (I’m sure there is a more proper name for them), they stay pretty still in my opinion, but wouldn’t eat the pellets at all.
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Koi Fish, Turtles, Pagodas! More from the Japanese Garden place. I didn’t have all that many turtle photos that ended up nicely, mainly because I really wanted to get a shot of them taking a bite of the food we were feeding the pond, and turtles bite way too fast for me to react!

Koi on the other hand just open their mouths and let the food fall right in, and they look really goofy in the process. As for the small pagodas (I’m sure there is a more proper name for them), they stay pretty still in my opinion, but wouldn’t eat the pellets at all.