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    Posted: 14 February 2008 at 23:37
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 'O'!

O is for Orchid

 



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O is for Oriole

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O is for Oscar fish guarding eggs




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O is for...Osprey eating Outside
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[QUOTE=Bob Myers] O is for Oscar fish guarding eggs


Bob,

Your Oscar has Hole in the Head Disease. Better treat him accordingly.




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not very original: O is for Orchid, a dendrobium in this case, both whole plant and close-up:





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O is for Ooievaar, the dutch name for white stork:


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Originally posted by camelriders camelriders wrote:

[QUOTE=Bob Myers] O is for Oscar fish guarding eggs


Bob,

Your Oscar has Hole in the Head Disease. Better treat him accordingly.



I sure hope you are wrong !
This pic was taken some time ago so I would think he would be a floater by now if that was true. I had a couple of other fish that had hole in the head disease several years ago so I have seen it before but dont see what you see in this fish ????
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O is for Organ

of the Notre Dame in Paris.

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O is for Overview

Over Paris, from the Eiffeltower

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O is for my Objectives



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O is for Omega, a small ladies watch (15 mm diameter) of my wife


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Can't find many O's in my collection.
So here's the next O is for Orchid


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I'm joining the orchid club with these two shots:



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