Saturday, May 19, 2012

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Yeah, thanks, but no thanks, youtube.

Five P.M. Traffic



Nine P.M. Traffic



Other beesness:












Even more beesness here.







UPDATE: Another pic of the carpenter bee, who was and probably still is a typically full-figured example of the species.


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12 comments:

Another Kiwi said...

This the webpage of the Wanganui paranormal investigators. This cemetery is about 1 mile away from where I grew up.
IT'S FULL OF ORBS!!!

M. Bouffant said...

YouTube told me one of mine was "shaky." It wasn't.

What is verboten next to the pond? Pissing frogs?

Randal Graves said...

You seem to be utilizing one of those newfangled "zoom" contraptions. Interesting.

Smut Clyde said...

Carpenter bee is insufficiently anorexic. SHENANIGANS.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

I've added another picture, S.C. This is an example of perspective playing a trick on us.
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ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

How much MORE PROOF do the sheeple need, A.K.???

M.B., that is a green dog with one leg lifted. NO GREEN DOGS!

R.G., here's a little info about the G12:

...the PowerShot G12 features the same 5x optical zoom as its predecessor, delivering an equivalent range of 28-140mm and a focal ratio of f2.8-4.5; the actual focal length is 6.1-30.5mm and we counted 14 discrete steps when zooming from wide angle to telephoto.
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vacuumslayer said...

Youtube offered to fix my shaky video and pretty much ruined it.

The skyline photo is amazeballs. istock-worthy.

Substance McGravitas said...

YouTube ALWAYS tells my I have audio sync issues. Could be true.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

I tried to combine a 20 second youtuber of some deer with a 12 second one, using their editing function.

a) It took like two bazillion hours.

b) It was junk.
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Smut Clyde said...

What is the flower attracting the Chippie Bee's attention? Some manner of sage?

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

It does look like something from genus Salvia, S.C.

P.S. I walked over to Schiller Park today, hoping to get some butterfly pics. The butterflies were about, but there wasn't much they felt like landing on.

I did get baby ducky video, on the other hand.
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zombie rotten mcdonald said...

Some manner of sage?

Doesn't look all that smart to me.