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^ amazing photography :whistling:

Who ate all the pies?

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The Seal pics load quite slowly for me, so I only saw one when I posted. they are excellent shots.. Tried Donna nook a couple of years ago and got tere too early and on a weekend! Oh well.. try again for me.

Neilsouth, I see what you mean LOL, great funny pic!

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the newest member of the MAF household Posted Image

his name will be Khan and we pick him up in a weeks time. he is 7 weeks old 100% rotwieller Posted Image

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awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww :yahoo::good:

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:good:

apparently he had just had a bath, hence the bedraggled look :yahoo: i come home from work saturday morning, drive up to coventry to pick him up and back to work saturday night. cant wait to get him

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Again, not mine:

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A picture of a hunting wolf has won the prestigious Veolia Environment Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2009 award.

Jose Luis Rodriguez captured the imaginations of the judges with a picture that he had planned for years, and even sketched out on a piece of paper. "I wanted to capture a photo in which you would see a wolf in an act of hunting - or predation - but without blood," he told BBC News. "I didn't want a cruel image."

news.bbc.co.uk/earth

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Fantastic photos being posted. So I thought I would share some of mine..

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Excellent photographs - I particularly like the Dunnock, which are a sadly overlooked bird but which are surprisingly pretty when you get a good look at them.

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and a few weeks older :)

he had a very bad start to life with us. apparently the breeders were a bit careless with hygine and he picked a sever tummy bug up. severe enough to nearly kill him :D fortunately some fast action from us and the vet managed to keep him going.

he was 3 kilos when we got him, now 6.1 :)

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now 8.2 Kilos and getting taller Posted Image

and vey mischievous too post-2025-12573375886231_thumb.jpg

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now 8.2 Kilos and getting taller Posted Image

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Wow, what type of dog is he? I think I have the same type but we are not sure on the breed.

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Wow, what type of dog is he? I think I have the same type but we are not sure on the breed.

He is a Rotweiller and will hopefully grow to look like his predecessor (Zeus)

i cant seem to upload a picture of Zeus http://nwstatic.co.uk/forum/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/wink.gif

will try to post one later

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at last! am in work and can post an image now :shok:

Backtrack,

this is Zeus, he was 14 months old in this

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Thought I'd share a couple of pics of the horses that we've taken on recently

The first chappy is an Irish sports horse, called Wychwood. He came to us because he'd been starved by his

previous owner, so he just needs some nice food in his belly during the winter. As you can see, he's a big

lad at 18hh. It's my little boy who is sat on him :doh:

The next one is a pony called Eva - She's a 14hh Welsh x Arab.

Eva came from a local riding school, and she just needed a good home

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Cheeky little things arn't they

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Arnold and Lenny. Arnold is a Tabby Point and Lenny a Seal Point. Lenny sadly died of some obscure lung desease.

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I like that. Great detail.http://nwstatic.co.uk/forum/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/good.gif

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Went for a walk along the Cuckmere valley towards The Seven Sisters this afternoon and found this little fella sunning himself:

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Sorry about the rubbish quality, longest zoom on a Nokia phone cam! Haven't seen seals this far up in Sussex before.

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