Friday, November 9, 2012

Pictures from October

These are some of my pictures from October. Some may have been trimmed, but most were not. To see a larger view, click on the image.

First are some pictures of black-billed magpies, one of the most common fall/winter birds where I live:

And here are some contrails. Contrails are the clouds which airplanes leave behind them.

The next 3 pictures were taken through some stacked loupes my mom gave me. See if you can figure out what they are.

Now here's a picture of the moon. It was in its waxing crescent phase; "waxing" means "getting larger", and you probably know what "crescent" means.

This is a picture of one of our first snowfalls.

Now a kid in a costume.

Now here are some eggs. You might recognize them from a previous post.

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