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I desperately want some feedback on the other photos in my gallery, so I thought I would post a couple of "what's this" pics. When I get a satisfactory amount of constructive feedback on my other pics, I will reveal all (unless of course someone makes a correct guess - which isn't unlikely). Happy guessing, and don't forget to look at, and comment on the rest of my gallery. Thanks!!!!

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Guest - Aug 10, 2005 06:04 AM EDT
Very cleaver idea it got us all thinking and interacting you must do it again
Guest - Jul 30, 2005 12:27 PM EDT
Ahhh, Lulu told me last night what this was. Had us all fooled! Well done Shiz.
Guest - Jul 29, 2005 05:22 PM EDT
Yes Shirree, Koi are illegal but if they are fully contained and there is no way for them to get into waterways, I think they are okay. Well, I hope thats the case as we have them in out pond. Alandra, we don't have to worry about racoons or herons with our ponds here. We have found a problem with Kingfishers getting our smaller fish but in saying that, the Koi tend to dominate the smaller fish and I think they even eat them.
Guest - Jul 29, 2005 05:14 PM EDT
Sorry Alandra - I didn't thank you for your comment. Nice to hear your story - but it is a shame you missed the heron. Poor guy probably didn't stick around long anyway if you had nothing for it to eat.
Guest - Jul 29, 2005 05:12 PM EDT
The cover on our pond is to protect children from drowning in it - rather than to protect the fish. In NZ I don't think we are allowed Koi in our fishponds. They cause havoc in our waterways with our native wildlife (eat their food etc), so I guess it is to help stop people "getting rid of them" in the waterways when they get too big or whatever. I could have got this a little wrong - so if there are any fellow kiwis out there who can enlighten us further please do.
Guest - Jul 29, 2005 02:56 PM EDT
oh, that's neat : ) people around here have to do that to protect the fish in their fishponds, from great blue herons and raccoons, which both steal the fish from the ponds, LOL. Altho, it's not funny if you have spent a lot of money on some prized Koi, : ) expensive meal for herons and raccoons. We had a Great Blue heron land here on our patio lilypond last winter, during our one snowfall. DH saw the heron, I missed it, but saw the prints in the snow beside the pond, and on the vehicle in driveway, where he landed first, before flapping over to the pond. No fish in our pond tho, so he was outof luck
Guest - Jul 29, 2005 02:51 PM EDT
Not quite Alandra, but good guess. It is actually a reflection. I took the photo through the wire on the safety cover on our fishpond. The photo is the reflection in the water of the cover with the reflection of the sky and clouds above it.
Guest - Jul 29, 2005 02:02 PM EDT
just thought, -is it a protection of some type for a plant
Guest - Jul 29, 2005 01:52 PM EDT
sorry, can't guess what it is either, - would have said "chicken coop" same as Mel guessed.
Guest - Jul 29, 2005 01:33 PM EDT
Nope sorry can't think - may have to pay you a visit!
Guest - Jul 29, 2005 04:32 AM EDT
Does anyone else want to take a stab at this one. If not guessed in the next couple of days I will reveal the answer. Good luck!
Guest - Jul 26, 2005 02:41 AM EDT
It still doesn't make it easy for me to guess. I know The Lens Flare has been having some technical issues latley. But today I was in my gallery and My Full Moon photo has gone! I will need to repost it I think. Anyhow I will offer constructive Critisism whenonly due. Your Photo's are Lovely!
Guest - Jul 25, 2005 01:57 AM EDT
No sorry nothing to do with our rabbits hutch - I think you have an advantage over other people though as you know me and my lifestyle. Keep trying - will reveal before too long. Getting some lovely comments in my gallery but I need some critisism (only constructive please).
Guest - Jul 25, 2005 01:34 AM EDT
??? Is it part of your Rabbit's pen?
Guest - Jul 25, 2005 12:02 AM EDT
Hi Mel, I'm sorry it's not a chicken pen. Have another go though - this one's not too difficult (at least I don't think it is)
Guest - Jul 24, 2005 09:50 PM EDT
Hi, Could this be a chicken pen - looking up to the roof of it????

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