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Janichsan

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Welcome to Photo of the Day. The POTD thread was started by iGary in May, 2006 and converted to a monthly thread in November 2007 by Arn. POTD is one of the most popular picture groups on MacRumors, often exceeding 500 posts and 20,000 views per month.

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My traditional New Year's Eve detritus picture to start off the year:

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Due to the special circumstances, this was actually the first time I had to arrange it.
 

AllergyDoc

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My youngest holding on for dear life. He was known to offer quick prayers before going on scary (to him) rides. His little sisters, on the other hand, are having a blast. I don’t go on rides that take me upside down so I get to take the pictures. From 2015 on my Fuji Finepix F11, a great little camera.
 

photogramps

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'Lockdown' was good for widlife.
My back garden is 200 yards from a main road through our city but we had visits from a family of six Badgers and a family of six Foxes, the youngsters being visible during the night from April onward (by trail camera).
The male Fox was approachable and visited during the afternoon as well as through the night, here he is in the long grass. Nikon D7500.

Fox in the grass by Roger, on Flickr
 

AlaskaMoose

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'Lockdown' was good for widlife.
My back garden is 200 yards from a main road through our city but we had visits from a family of six Badgers and a family of six Foxes, the youngsters being visible during the night from April onward (by trail camera).
The male Fox was approachable and visited during the afternoon as well as through the night, here he is in the long grass. Nikon D7500.

Fox in the grass by Roger, on Flickr
That's a beauty! Why there are foxes near my house, I seldom see them when I have my camera :)
 
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