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Gangly wader with a long bicolored bill. Breeding plumage is dark brick-red below (male) or pale orangey (female); nonbreeding plumage is overall gray-brown with white belly; compare to Black-tailed Godwit. In flight shows rather plain upperwings with only a faint whitish wing stripe; white rump and finely barred tail. Mainly coastal away from tundra breeding grounds. Often in flocks feeding on mudflats and in brackish coastal lagoons, roosting in adjacent freshwater habitats. Feeds by probing its long bill into the mud. eBird

 

Sadly. no longer in exists, but was located in East Baltimore on Dundalk Avenue.

Pero que conste que yo no soy el de la foto.

 

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Wikipedia: The bar-backed partridge (Arborophila brunneopectus), also known as the brown-breasted hill-partridge, is a species of partridge in the family Phasianidae. It is found in southwestern China and Southeast Asia.

 

Conservation status: Least Concern

  

Bar-sur-Aube is a French commune with 4902 inhabitants and the capital of the arrondissement of the same name Bar-sur-Aube in the Aube department in the Grand Est region. The inhabitants are called Baralbins. Paris is 207 kilometers away, Troyes 52 kilometers. Wikipedia

 

Bars

 

Window of the headquarters of De Nederlandsche Bank (The Duch Bank) from 1867 until 1968.

The current owner has painted the bars matte silver, although you can't see that very clear in this B&W. :-)

 

The slightly visible lamp behind these bars repeats in some way the patterns.

 

PIcture has been taken on a sunny March 24, 2017

  

Gangly wader with a long bicolored bill. Breeding plumage is dark brick-red below (male) or pale orangey (female); nonbreeding plumage is overall gray-brown with white belly; compare to Black-tailed Godwit. In flight shows rather plain upperwings with only a faint whitish wing stripe; white rump and finely barred tail. Mainly coastal away from tundra breeding grounds. Often in flocks feeding on mudflats and in brackish coastal lagoons, roosting in adjacent freshwater habitats. Feeds by probing its long bill into the mud. eBird

An outdoor bar awaits its evening crowd.

Marina Park Pathway, Emeryville, CA

Usually seen in Asia and Europe, this lone Bar-tailed Godwit (most likely a juvenile) is a rare visitor to the Bay Area and, for that matter, most of North America. Since its surprising sighting a couple of weeks ago, it has attracted many birders to the Emeryville shoreline along the south side of Powell Street. It seems comfortably mixed with flocks of its distant and slightly bigger relatives Marbled Godwits (16 vs. 18 inches in average length). Note its namesake barred tail and rump.

one of my favourites in Barcelona..

Vila Madalena - São Paulo

• BAR Z gacha by Zerkalo @ Kustom9

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Credits on blog

dandyandfunonsl.wordpress.com/2017/09/30/bar-z/

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Picture taken @ Stand'Art Studio

Thanks to Zara for beeing my model during the seance♥

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re-uploaded (with few changes).

Bar-tailed Godwit

Limosa lapponica

 

March 27th, 2021

Lake Wollumboola, Culburra Beach, New South Wales, Australia

 

Canon EOS R5

Canon EF 600mm f4L IS III USM lens

Canon EF 1.4x III Extender

 

Spent a brilliant evening session laying in the mud & sand photographing various waders feeding in the last light of the day. These unfortunate little Soldier Crabs were a favourite of the flock of Godwits.

Bar-tailed godwit (Limosa lapponica)

What the Dickens!

 

an English bar in Ebisu, Tokyo

 

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Was invited to shoot for a bar event in Tokyo. The event was a series of plays, coupled with musical performances by Filipino artists based in Japan.

 

Dulawitog is a combined name for Dula, Awit at Tugtog (play, songs and sounds)

Bar ,almacén de campo

Looking down to Loe Bar after a long walk looking for, but not finding much in the way of wildlife, thankfully and as usual I was loaded up to the gunnels and had my Landscape kit with me so didn't go home empty handed :) Taken on 25/05/2015.

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What is better and more relaxing than having a nice Cigar at the Bar?

371) Bar Tailed Godwit

Bar-tailed Godwit, Limosa lapponica, Kedidi Ekor Berjalur

The bar-tailed godwit breeds on Arctic coasts and tundra mainly in the Old World, and winters on coasts in temperate and tropical regions of the Old World and of Australia and New Zealand. A winter visitor here in Malaysia. Its migration includes the longest known non-stop flight of any bird and also the longest journey without pausing to feed by any animal. It forages by probing in mudflats or marshes. It may find insects by sight in short vegetation. It eats mainly insects and crustaceans, but also parts of aquatic plants.

 

Cool ghetto bar we found. Hongdae is littered with tiny, slightly dilapidated bars and bbqs to be discovered.

Founded on December 5, 1933, the bar's most famous patrons were Ernest Hemingway and the infamous rum runner Habana Joe. On November 1, 2006, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.

A bar in a vintage carriage, shot at 'Steam', a railway museum in Swindon, UK.

 

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Visiting the Klapa Bar in Bali, Indonesia.

 

Klapa is an ultra-stylish dining and drinking complex in Bali. It is perched high on the cliffs overlooking the azure Indian Ocean. The menu is inventive and modern, boasting South Asian fusion cuisine and has a large vibrant cocktail bar with a dizzying array of tropical long drinks to choose.

 

More about Klapa : baliwww.com

 

View on Black

 

Bar Cafe Fabriken, Furillen maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Love%20of%20Life/125/175/22

Bar Tailed Godwit - Limosa lapponica

Bar on MSC Fantasia

Bar Headed Geese

Head Maralla Sialkot

Punjab, Pakistan

Canon EOS 7D Mark II

Canon EF 400mm f/5.6 L USM

@ f/5.6 1/1250 ISO 100

Bar Headed Goose - Anser Indicus

Bar-tailed Godwit

Binomial name: Limosa lapponica

still moulting from alternate to basic plumage.

Bar-throated minla (Minla strigula), Eaglenest Wildlife Sanctuary, Arunachal Pradesh, NE India, 24 August 2017. This little bird was very curious and followed me to check what I was doing for a while. ©H.Takenouchi

A street scene from Havana

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