Hi Pierre, sorry about the dislocated tagg ,but now I hope it is on the right place.
THANK YOU PIERRE..I LIKE YOUR PICTURES TOO..SEE YOU SOON..:) GOOD BYE FABIO ROME ITALY
I like your shot, and I agree with your comment regarding the flower shots, though I held off sending a similar comment since you'd already done it. The Panoramio teams seems to have their hands full as it is and don't need to look at thousands of shots that have no place here, as good as they might be.
Thanks. Pale Male is in New York, but in Manhattan near Central Park. This hawk was in my neighborhood, Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, very near the Verrazano Bridge. A local newspaper used this photo and I was told this hawk is still young and will grow. I've never seen a hawk here before, though we do have racoons and possums, which is very weird for a big city. Though I have a summer cabin about 50 miles from NY where we have bear, which is really weird, and sort of scary.
Thanks, I am glad they can be of some use for somebody else.
Another very good shot, though I don't quite get the Park Avenue connection.
Welcome to the Pebble collection. you've got to tag the photo "Pebbles" so it can be included among the others for viewing as a group. I like the leaf. I have an odd leaf picture too, which you can't tell from the thumbnail.
At the end of the day, the wild ponies seem to run free on the beach, going from towel to towel looking for food. This family seems to have enjoyed their visit.