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    Posted: 08 February 2008 at 00:56
The idea is to post pictures of stuff that begins with the letter in the title, in the style of a Children's alphabet book... extra kudos for anything obscure, surreal or funny...


This week’s letter is is 'N'!

N is for 'No Stopping'...

 



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N is for North American P51
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N is for Naturalis, the beautiful Natural History Museum of Leyden University:

#1: Main Entrance (the former "Pest House" which was destined but never used to put pest-patients in quarantaine)


#2: Main hall with all sorts of (stuffed) animals


#3: just a small group of Owls:


Go and visit that Museum!
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N is for Neighbours
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N is for Notre Dame by Night
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N is for... notes

/Michael

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N is for Nibbling a Nut
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N is for a couple of Plane Old Noses.





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N is for Nuts:



and of course also: N is for Nutshells:



Both pictures made with Dynax7d with Sigma 105 mm, 1/60s at f/11 with wireless flash
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N is for Nag Nag Nag LOL !!!!

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N is for Narcissus:



although some prefer the name Daffodil so that under D is for .. a slightly different photo is posted.
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N is for Nativity (this was posted in a contest. hope it's OK to repost!) sorry it's out of season...my only otheroption was a shot of Nothing...)

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More great shots already -- looks like N will produce a bumper crop.
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N is for Narrow street...

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