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Picture taken in December of 2018 in Doi Luang National Park, Thailand. This spider make a mean, multi-level web and I actually overlooked it and got my head stuck in its golden web.


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A lovely little flower I spotted yesterday morning on the coast just south of Puerto Duquesa, Spain.


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This is an American robin fledgling. I thought it had left the nest too soon, but its dad chased away cowbirds and other prey, and its mom fed it. That's their job during the delicate and vulnerable period after fledging. I took the picture from inside, through a window, so as not to disturb the parents. It was in Central Massachusetts, USA, on June 4, ...


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Some sort of unknown berries today, Colorado.


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What was left of a small flower, likely after a few months or even a winter. Photo taken in Heemskerk, the Netherlands, 31 August 2013, cropped out of a bigger picture to make it upload size.


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Lifelines of lifelines if we can call it so. Macro of a leaf against the sunlight. Date: About January 2019. Place: India.


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My first ever click with a macro lens. Its flower, I don't know the name of, usually found in monsoon. Date: About August 2017. Place: India.


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This is a picture of burnt soil people use to make bricks. Clicked on macro mode deliberately against the light. Date: About March 2017. Place: India.


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Any user can go in on the last day of the month and cast a vote then, with an eye on breaking a tie. I have done so before and I am likely to do so again. To do so effectively you should not vote earlier on, or at least check that you have not yet voted on both/all photos that are tied. By the time I came to cast that vote in June, there was one photo ...


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Butterfly on a group of small flowers. Shot at the San Diego Safari Park during Butterfly Jungle exhibition in 2017(?).


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A hornet ready for take-off. Picture taken on a camp ground at the shores of Lake Ossiach, Austria, in 2010. There was a whole nest in this tree, and while I was not fully comfortable taking that photo, fortunately the hornets didn't seem to care for my presence.


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In the event of a tie, the person who posted the monthly photo contest (organizer) decides which post is marked as accepted and serves as the potential site Theme photo of the month. In theory the contest ends at the end of the month UTC in reality it ends when the organizer checks, we all have lives and this is a manual process. Ultimately the organizer ...


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In the event of a tie, the post with the latest time stamp wins. Picking the first posted gives an advantage to the regulars who know the contest is coming and have an idea what the theme will be because the saw the suggestions on the previous months' contents. The earlier ones have more time to get votes, if it took one answer 10 days to get the same ...


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In the event of a tie, the post with the earliest time stamp wins. The other(s) is/are acknowledged as second, third, etc based on time of posting.


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This one's a surprise treat, just minutes ago. The Wobbly Fawn June 20, 2019, Northwest USA. I think he's a late comer, as the fawns are all a month or two old now. I guess he's only a week or less. He could barely walk, and didn't even notice me until I was 10 feet from him.


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Dangerous little animals - distance ~5 ft from cellphone in hand, seven from my face. First view from behind and second shot a few seconds later from the side. Yesterday, Vancouver BC Canada, 0200 hours.


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