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M is for... Mustang

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M is for Mighty Moist Moth.



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M is for Morning sunrise

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M is for Memorial ... And "My first picture post"

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M is for Magnolia Bud
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M is for Magnolia, pistil and stamen from a very early bloomer (taken today, Feb 10 !)


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M is for monkey
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M is for Monarch

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M is for... mass

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M is for Maryland Jazzband (even if it comes from Cologne, Germany):



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M is for Moon

KM 100-400 APO at f11
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M is for Malva Moschata or, in better English: Musk Mallow:



and this has two visitors, one small and one very small!
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M is for Me.



I'm not really this scary in real life.

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Minolta?

Minolta 7D, Sony A77 & A99. Mostly Minolta Glass.
Into handheld HDR right now.


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