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HuntH2002

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It was very muggy this morning, after haze and a couple of storms. The southbound winds cleared away for a perfect evening 72 F and 50% humidity.

Just showing some horizon pics.:icon_thumleft::camera:
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Also, here's a Bluejay that swooped by a few days ago v

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Thanks for looking :occasion14:
 
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billb

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ArfieBoy

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Great photos! Love the sunsets like that! That looks like a Stellar Jay (young one) which we have a lot of around here, in the summer. When the cold weather moves in they move south until Spring warms things up.
 

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We have Blue Jays all year round, but I think the robins have finally headed south. Seems incredible that we still have the awning up on the back deck and have our coffee out there still each morning....usually much colder here by now.
 

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