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Hi. Everyone!! I thought i'd share some pictures with you all. When Mikaela and Josh were up staying with us for the weekend we went to the river for a picnic.. Mikaela's boyfriend gave me some tips on how to set my camera to a different way of taking photo's. They turned out quite good i thought.. Mikaela is my niece...Anyway we had some visitors come for dinner. Some big water dragon's and have some cute photo's of some ducks to...

Huge Water Dragon. This one nearly ran up my leg...









Cute Ducks.




Steam Train.


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I love those waterdragons! :loveeyes:
Thank you Therm. You have to not get close to them cause they bite..

Those are some really awesome pictures Lyn. Very professional looking. You are becoming a seriously good photographer.

Thanks Kate. I love taking photos. The Bundaberg Show is in May So maybe I could try a photo for fun..

Does your annual Bundaberg Show have a photography section? If they do you should get a couple of those pictures printed up and enter them.
Awesome pics, Lyn, that first close up photo of the water dragon and the last one of the duck are my favourites of the bunch!
Thanks for sharing these with us. :)
Thank you Ana. The close up of the dragon is my Favorite to....

What a frisky fellow and handsome as well. Great pics, Lyn.
Blessings, Jo Ann:p
Thank you JoAnn.. I'm happy you enjoyed them..

Wow, Lyn--those are some great pictures! I love them! :clap:

I love the water dragons and the duck pictures are very cute, too ;)

Did you ride on the steam train?
Thank you Gi Gi... No we didn't get time to go on the train but I have been on it before... It is a tourist train for everyone to enjoy...[/COLOR]
 

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Very nice photos and you should be a photographer for National Geographic, Lyn.:) Those water dragons do look quite menacing and thank god one didn't run up your leg!:eek: How big are they?:D
 

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Very nice photos and you should be a photographer for National Geographic, Lyn.:) Those water dragons do look quite menacing and thank god one didn't run up your leg!:eek: How big are they?:D
Thank you Nick. I d love to be a photographer one day.. I love taking photos... Me to I am glad the dragon didn't run up my leg to... I'd be doing the highland fling....
 

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Wow, great photography Lyn :)! All of the pics could be in a book they're so pro looking :D

...I'm glad you didn't need to do the Highland Fling :eek:!
Thank you Julie. It would of been really funny me doing the Highland Fling I'd be hanging off the tree branches.... Maybe ill start my own book when i get enough photo's to put in it..
 

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Lyn the first picture of the water dragon would be a really good one, but you would have to remove the watermark before you had it printed.

Nick the female can grow to 60cm (2 feet) and the male 90cm (3 feet). The males also have more intense colouring under the throat. The ones in Lyn's pictures appear to be a pretty good size.
 

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Lyn the first picture of the water dragon would be a really good one, but you would have to remove the watermark before you had it printed.

Nick the female can grow to 60cm (2 feet) and the male 90cm (3 feet). The males also have more intense colouring under the throat. The ones in Lyn's pictures appear to be a pretty good size.
Kate I have the photo with out the water mark.... I'm getting some printed off...
 
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