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Old Sep 21, 2012, 3:14 PM   #1
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Default Walking Stick II - All body parts included

Not as good of a shot as the other post but at least I did not cut off any body parts.



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Old Sep 21, 2012, 3:38 PM   #2
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JJ, Ive never seen these things , where are you finding them?
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JJ, Ive never seen these things , where are you finding them?
There is a walking stick farm down the road for me and sometimes they escape.

This is the same one as before just different shots.

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Very cool, Jim.
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There is a walking stick farm down the road for me and sometimes they escape.

This is the same one as before just different shots.

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sometimes they escape.
Keep it safe! May come handy in old age!
BTW, nice picture again, Jim.
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lol, i can't imagine walking sticks escaping, it's not like they're the fastest movers :-D

lovely shot tho. it's annoying me i got the FZ so late in the year, there's not much buzzing around now :-(
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Thanks all.

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Haven't seen one in years, but used to see them a lot when I was a kid wandering around outside, instead of sitting in front of a computer.
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