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Folks: it's not OK to take other people's photos to edit and re-post. Just like we don't correct each other's spelling and grammar, we don't take it upon ourselves to decide that someone's photo needs correction. In addition, as has been emphasized before, you need to respect copyright.

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I had always thought it was supposed to be "best" photo of the day (which I prefer as it stops there  being too many photos to review) but I"ll go with the flow and throw in another one too.

With the swans the affectionate stage comes just before the aggressive stage (when the dominant pair clear out the rest of the residents).

Mute Swan pair HVT-7513027.jpg

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9 minutes ago, RobinHood said:

I had always thought it was supposed to be "best" photo of the day

That's the way I had always viewed this thread, too. While I totally understand the urge to post more than one "best" photo of the day, I can't help but think that my second best photo of the day doesn't really belong here. Having said that, it doesn't really matter to me when viewing other people's photos, but it does matter when posting my own "best" of the day. Just sharing my thoughts.

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40 minutes ago, lonestranger said:

That's the way I had always viewed this thread, too.

After today I am going back to my "one a day". I also like being forced to pick a favourite for whatever reason (quality, interest, cute etc.).

PS. Guess who broke the rule first and got 26 likes for it!! ?.

Gadwall m HVT-7513004.jpg

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I'm going to break the rule also and post 2 photos, since I rarely get to post in this thread (long story). Today I took the wife for a short walk at a nearby park, and as always took my camera just in case. Got a pretty good shot of a Yellow-billed Magpie, one of my favorite birds, and a pretty decent shot of a female Red-shafted Northern Flicker.

 

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