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Snagged by the Spirit of the Fire Ants

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Bits-n-Pieces on August 24, 2008

Thanks, M! With the adventurous route this conversation took, it's a miracle you could find your way back to this photo! And I will say one thing for the habit Guy started of jumping around from photo to photo to make carry on a conversation: For a few minutes in time, all parts of a conversation might be visible listed there on the comment list, each made on a separate photo. But then again, if someone else comes in and makes a comment, all bets are off, and the conversation comes to a screeching halt!

Ana Docal on December 14, 2008

!Very good photo! nice reflection.Greetings from Spain.Ana

Bits-n-Pieces on December 15, 2008

Thank-you very much, Ana ! Saludos to Spain!

Ritva Astikainen on February 24, 2009

Beautiful blues!

Cheers, Ippa

Bits-n-Pieces on February 24, 2009

Hi Ippa - Thanks!

Itallica on August 10, 2009

Yellow star for a "blue" moon

someGuyinmasset on August 15, 2009

Well Tery, I was going to link you here for the fire ant saga, but here you are, the story takes many twists from here.

Itallica on August 15, 2009

Thanx Guy I had been here admiring the photo trying to figure out what the fire ants had to do with it and the thought those red lights were metaphoric fire ants to go with the moon snag and then I laughed so hard about you telling Gnarly to turn off the comupter that almost forget the yellow star.

kamalyn on August 16, 2009

Hi There - thanks for dredging this one up to the top of the heap, Tery, and for the YS! So funny - when I saw your comments this morning, I'd just returned from having been to this very spot, and I'd been standing there watching my feet verrrrryyy often to be sure I didn't have any visitors.

Itallica on November 21, 2009

These them?

kamalyn on November 21, 2009

Hard to tell, Tery - I never saw them!!!!

Itallica on November 21, 2009

Yeah when you are dancing around with those little blighters you don't take time to get out the microscope.

Is there a list of Spammers some where as a guide to who to avoid? I've got one figured.

Bits-n-Pieces on November 22, 2009

lol, Tery - with these the problem was I had no idea they were crawling on my feet. I thought it was just some really nasty mosquitoes. Took me a few days of pain and swollen feet with bites in tracks around them til I realized what must have attacked me.

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  • Uploaded on July 15, 2008
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    by Bits-n-Pieces
    • Taken on 2008/07/15 20:40:02
    • Exposure: 3.000s
    • Focal Length: 32.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/25.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO400
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash