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I really enjoyed this post. You captured the camouflage techniques of these animals very well. Happy WW!
What tremendous captures you have here in these pictures...each one is wonderful!!
It always amazes me that the strong patterns on the woodpeckers disappear as easily as they do. I know that's a "color-centric" perspective and the camouflage comes from the play with light and shadow, but it amazes me nonetheless.
Camouflage is a wonder ... Stacy, it wasn't until I saw the woodpeckers in the dappled light on the tree trunk that I realized how perfect their camouflage is ...
Super captures! Wildlife is so clever!
I loved it Sheila! Especially, for some reason, the rabbit. At the same time it just may be a rabbit with whom I am sharing certain parts of my vegetable garden... Excellent job capturing those images!
Linnie, the rabbit was caught in the act of gnawing the bean plants. Somehow I didn't care that much because it's a baby rabbit and so dang cute ... I don't mind sharing my garden with animals - except when they eat everything in sight, like deer, or destroy from below ground, like voles ...
Just divine. I love the way you captured each in a way that highlights its ability to blend in!
Lovely pictures, beautifully captured. Thanks for sharing them.
I need a way to camouflage my large glutenous maxi mus.
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