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Old 10-15-2009   #1
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road kill . . . post yours

post your road kill images here. I'll start with a poor deer down the road from my house.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/37531245@N08/4013025790/

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Old 10-15-2009   #2
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poor birdie...

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Old 10-16-2009   #3
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this is an excellent thread. i'll be back in a day or two ...
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Paul, please do not run over any innocent critters to fill this thread (lol).
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this is an excellent thread. i'll be back in a day or two ...
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how about river kill? the carcass of a huge boar raccoon a neighbor and i killed the other day is staying at the edge of the river, just under the water. this coon was fighting my neighbor's brittany and my shi-tzu and miniature dachshund ...

oh, one other thing: did y'all know the more you run over a frog (plug in your own animal), the flatter it gets?
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Best thread of the week.
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Old 04-01-2010   #11
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I have a pic of a bloted dead cow floating up the Gambia River in Africa.
The same river the kitchen lad from the 'hotel' I was staying at washed the dishes in.
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i am driving 280 miles to pensacola tomorrow. i'll be looking for the perfect shot. a coyote would be nice ...
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I have a very emotional reaction to dead animals... it makes me sad. Who knows, I may be soft in the head... But then, only racoons, cats and dogs really get to me. I like the strange atmosphere in the pidgeon's shot (the one on cobblestone). Nice job!

Now, that said, I don't think I'll return to this thread. The dog and the raccoon were more disturbing than I can handle... Ciao!
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For me, it's dogs, cats, fox, wolves, and deer roadkill that bothers me.
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we might consider these photos as memorials, in a macabre sort of way ...
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No fair, robklurfield , I think you showed two halves of the same deer in two separate shots, it should count as one.
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different deer, different streets. lol.

what have I started (really, re-started) here?
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Still life with mummified raccoon, hand rolled cigarette.

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Still life with mummified raccoon, hand rolled cigarette.

Hand rolled cigarette indeed

Good shot, but I'm have a feeling I know what inspired it.
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Hand rolled cigarette indeed

Good shot, but I'm have a feeling I know what inspired it.
Bourbon inspired it. That really is a cigarette.
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Bourbon inspired it. That really is a cigarette.
Did you smoke it afterward as a pat on the back?
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wow, talk about leaving just a greasy spot ...
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