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  1. #61
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    Default From GoSmokies today.

    Take a look at this pic from today near cades cove.



    Last edited by steamnsteel; 02-20-2010 at 04:48 PM. Reason: Fixed the linky thingy.

  2. #62
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    steamnsteel, I think you have a bad link posted . . . .

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    MarkHansen--It didn't work for me either.
    Jim Casada

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    I went to the site. Sure looks like a cougar to me.

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    Fixed the link, it works now.
    I just don't understand why this cat didn't run, maybe it was along range pic.

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    Played around with the photo a little to enhance things.

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    Tail looks a little short for a cougar, but I have never seen a cougar in the wild. The mystery lives on!

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    Pineman--I totally agree on the tail, and I have seen cougars in the wild and have even eaten cougar backstrap. Unless this is a tame cougar which had its tail "bobbed" (I assume that can be done), something is amiss. The body shape and color are right.
    Jim Casada

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    It's not so clear that the tail is short. There is something that could be blocking it on the left.

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    Here is another enhancement of the photo where I just adjusted the brightness and contrast to bring out the cat with less alteration of the colors.

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