Hiding In Plain Sight

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  • #252652

    Robert Apple
    Participant

    All About Natures Camouflage.
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  • #252655

    Robert Apple
    Participant

    He doesn't only hide Easter Eggs.

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  • #252657

    Robert Apple
    Participant

    Warts anyone ?

    toad

    • #259819

      ElinL
      Participant

      This one is great πŸ™‚

  • #252800

    cathyharper
    Participant

    Alligator

    This is one that I took at Myrtle Beach State Park, Myrtle Beach, SC. There were probably 6 in the water and more than 10 sunbathing on a sandbar.

  • #252801

    cathyharper
    Participant

    IMG_6122 find all the wrens

    Find the Sparrows, they are a few. this was taken in my yard. The sparrows have taken over. this was from last year.

  • #252802

    cathyharper
    Participant

    @robertapple, I love your photos, they are so unique. Animals can sure hide.

    • #253139

      Robert Apple
      Participant

      Love you photos too Cathy, the sparrows are something else almost as hidden as the grasshopper I put on top.

  • #253126

    chris pook
    Participant

    you need a few more of these!

    • #253140

      Robert Apple
      Participant

      Coyote Snacks ?? πŸ™‚

    • #261933

      Sara
      Participant

      I love this image. This cat is being such a cat ( lurky, sneaky, huntress). The foliage is gorgeous.

  • #253168

    chris pook
    Participant

    lol. Probably, but I thought they may help convert the sparrows into something coyote catch-able.

  • #254542

    Robert Apple
    Participant

    The pond.

    Smith Park Frog

    • #261934

      Sara
      Participant

      He's adorable! Love this capture!

  • #254543

    Robert Apple
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  • #259080

    Robert Apple
    Participant

    Froglet Hiding on the bottom of a stream.

    Smith003

  • #259081

    Robert Apple
    Participant

    A Alligator Snapping Turtle, These guys can grow up to 200 Pds and live 100 years and spend so much time under water moss grows on them, This guy was about 2 feet long.
    smith12

    • #259821

      ElinL
      Participant

      Impressive creatures – Alligator-snapping sounds dangerous. Do they snap humans ?

      • #259832

        Robert Apple
        Participant

        As a matter of fact Elin, they are known for removing fingers and toes that come too close to their mouths.

  • #259086

    Tobie
    Moderator

    “Just stay like this, brother…”
    http://imgur.com/cQCLwwS

    “I'm not here … really!”
    http://imgur.com/ykXIaV3

    “Come now … a bit of PRIVACY, Please?”
    http://imgur.com/3CM5jcf

    • #259088

      Robert Apple
      Participant

      Love the Cheetahs, my second favorite big cat next to snow leopards, and the first bird looks tasty.

  • #259803

    chris pook
    Participant

    I cannot see you, but I can smell you, and I know you are there!

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    • #261935

      Sara
      Participant

      Hahaha! Awesome!

  • #259816

    Robert Apple
    Participant

    lol

  • #259842

    Tobie
    Moderator

    That these guys manage to successfully breed in the bussiest city areas is beyond me. This little one and his sibblings did not make it though… πŸ™
    http://imgur.com/eLfqibb

  • #260749

    ElinL
    Participant

    They sing so beautifully but you can hardly see them
    HidinΒ΄

    • #260756

      Tersha
      Keymaster

      Wow, even on Flickr they're hard to see!

    • #260781

      Robert Apple
      Participant

      Perfect for this throwdown Elin.

  • #260932

    Tersha
    Keymaster

    So many amazing images in this thread! Reminded me of this one ….
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    • #260976

      Robert Apple
      Participant

      Those guys are so cool.

    • #261181

      ElinL
      Participant

      Great shot ! Terrifying beasts !

    • #261936

      Sara
      Participant

      Ooooh, good one!

  • #260991

    Robert Apple
    Participant

    Well he thinks he is hiding,
    He Thinks He is Hiding

    • #261129

      ElinL
      Participant

      Love it Robert πŸ™‚

    • #261937

      Sara
      Participant

      Love it Robert πŸ™‚

  • #261163

    Robert Apple
    Participant

    Thanks Elin

  • #261506

    karenhy
    Participant

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    Here are 2 of my camo pics. These lizards (geckos?) are all around Key West. Being from further North they surprised me frequently.

    • #261938

      Sara
      Participant

      The second pic took me a while! Rad!

    • #261944

      Tobie
      Moderator

      Beautiful!

  • #261509

    Robert Apple
    Participant

    Cool lizards Karen, I remember seeing them in the keys as well. Not for sure what they are.

  • #307772

    karenhy
    Participant

    Find the birdie…and the bee
    Find the birdie...and the bee
    I was taking a pic of the scenery in Maui and I didn't even see this bird until I came home and looked through the photos.

    • #307799

      Dahlia Ambrose
      Keymaster

      Wow, that was difficult. Took me some time lol. Can see the bird's head but not sure if what I think is the bee? the reddish brown coloured thing center and bit lower than top?

    • #307814

      ElinL
      Participant

      Nah Karen – you are teasing us LOL πŸ˜‰

  • #307817

    Robert Apple
    Participant

    That's a good one

  • #307818

    karenhy
    Participant

    Haha. The bee was just a throw in but I don't think you can enlarge enough to see it on flicker so it really isn't fair ;). If you find the bird, directly to left is the bee. The bird seems to be staring at it.

  • #308175

    Tersha
    Keymaster

    Took me a while, but I found the bird!

  • #308176

    Tersha
    Keymaster

    odd green bug that I only saw when I focussed in on the flower ….

    hiding?

    • #308207

      Dahlia Ambrose
      Keymaster

      Wow and love the colour combination Diane; green and yellow πŸ™‚

    • #308334

      karenhy
      Participant

      Cool shot and I also love the colors!

    • #315676

      ElinL
      Participant

      Nice ! One gets such nice surprises every once in a while – selective blindness maybe ?

  • #315554

    ElinL
    Participant

    Good to see you back Robert – love this thread of yours:

    Yet another bird to find:
    Hiding in plain sight

  • #315670

    karenhy
    Participant

    Great one!

    • #315995

      ElinL
      Participant

      Thank you Karen !

  • #315709

    Cindy Mulvihill
    Participant

    Eastern Screech Owl

  • #315723

    Robert Apple
    Participant

    Absolutely love this photograph.

  • #315943

    Tersha
    Keymaster

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  • #316083

    Tersha
    Keymaster

    Not a brilliant shot, but definitely hiding in plain site!

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