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In-reply-to > Chlorophilia #3: Back in April I went into the woods with a mate and we were really lucky that there was a good headwind blowing. We spotted a fox disappearing over the curve and followed it quietly. At the clearing we saw it again walking down a new logging path. Still below radar level we sneaked in closer. 20 minutes of watching it hunt mice or whatever in the paddock, a bird chirped alarm when I pushed my luck once again, to get an even better position. Off it took into the other woodland. I was really lucky that I got a hunt hump on video. This reminds me, I still have to edit all the clips and give them to my friend! Hold tight…

@fastidious oh yes, very adorable! :-) @prologic, makes sense, you probably have the Australia setting enabled. :-P


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In-reply-to > Chlorophilia #3: Back in April I went into the woods with a mate and we were really lucky that there was a good headwind blowing. We spotted a fox disappearing over the curve and followed it quietly. At the clearing we saw it again walking down a new logging path. Still below radar level we sneaked in closer. 20 minutes of watching it hunt mice or whatever in the paddock, a bird chirped alarm when I pushed my luck once again, to get an even better position. Off it took into the other woodland. I was really lucky that I got a hunt hump on video. This reminds me, I still have to edit all the clips and give them to my friend! Hold tight…

@prologic Huwhat!? What do you mean? It shows correctly here.


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In-reply-to > Chlorophilia #3: Back in April I went into the woods with a mate and we were really lucky that there was a good headwind blowing. We spotted a fox disappearing over the curve and followed it quietly. At the clearing we saw it again walking down a new logging path. Still below radar level we sneaked in closer. 20 minutes of watching it hunt mice or whatever in the paddock, a bird chirped alarm when I pushed my luck once again, to get an even better position. Off it took into the other woodland. I was really lucky that I got a hunt hump on video. This reminds me, I still have to edit all the clips and give them to my friend! Hold tight…

@fastidious Yup, but you only see them rarely. Now I added the video. I tried to copy the “good” audio parts over the wind noise. Also tried to cut stills out and limit the segments to the movement of our dear fellow, except for the last clip. The first 12 seconds are the cool stuff, you might want to turn off after you’ve seen the awesome jump: https://lyse.isobeef.org/waldspaziergang-2021-04-26/


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Chlorophilia #3: Back in April I went into the woods with a mate and we were really lucky that there was a good headwind blowing. We spotted a fox disappearing over the curve and followed it quietly. At the clearing we saw it again walking down a new logging path. Still below radar level we sneaked in closer. 20 minutes of watching it hunt mice or whatever in the paddock, a bird chirped alarm when I pushed my luck once again, to get an even better position. Off it took into the other woodland. I was really lucky that I got a hunt hump on video. This reminds me, I still have to edit all the clips and give them to my friend! Hold tight…


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In-reply-to > 🤔 👋 Reconsidering moving Yarn.social's development back to Github: Speaking of which (I do not forget); @fastidious and I were discussing over a video call two nights ago, as well as @lyse who joined a bit later, about the the whole moved of all of my projects and their source code off of Github. Whilst some folks do understand and appreciate my utter disgust over what Microsoft and Copilot did by blatantly scraping open source software's codebases without even so much as any attempt at attribution or respecting the licenes of many (if not all?) open source projects.

I fully agree with @xuu and @movq.


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In-reply-to > The following photo from this afternoon reflects my mood today morning at 7 o'clock when I saw the invitation for a meeting until 18:30 later on: So I went outside after lunch and visited our local mountain. @fastidious: Just imagine a gray, misty and cold 6°C day with a very light breeze going around your hat. The liquid manure from the nearby field is slightly making into your nose and you hear the gentle squeaking of your boots on the wet road. Sorry for ruining your day. :-D Enjoy rest of the photos, they're much nicer. Promise! https://lyse.isobeef.org/waldspaziergang-2021-11-18/ I on the other hand will continue working now.

@movq Ta! Haha, didn’t catch the poo on the leaves until you pointed it out. :-D


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The following photo from this afternoon reflects my mood today morning at 7 o’clock when I saw the invitation for a meeting until 18:30 later on: So I went outside after lunch and visited our local mountain. @fastidious: Just imagine a gray, misty and cold 6°C day with a very light breeze going around your hat. The liquid manure from the nearby field is slightly making into your nose and you hear the gentle squeaking of your boots on the wet road. Sorry for ruining your day. :-D Enjoy rest of the photos, they’re much nicer. Promise! https://lyse.isobeef.org/waldspaziergang-2021-11-18/ I on the other hand will continue working now.


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In-reply-to > In the spirits of drinks in the morning, here's my cup of fresh-tapped milk:

@prologic @jlj @fastidious Yup, very neat indeed. They got the machine sometime this year. You pay one Euro for one liter raw milk, which is also a really good deal. At the shops you pay about 1.10€ for a comparable quality and it is already pasteurised. The farmers get I don’t know how many cents, at most 30 or 40 I reckon. Probably even worse. Here the full 1€ goes to the farmer. Granted, he must pay off the machine itself, but still, makes a lot of difference. Win, win. It’s really yummy, highly recommended. Depending on the exact route I choose it takes me about 10-15 minutes by pushbike. Today, it is drizzling a bit, so my backpack was covered in moist dirt from the wet and muddy road, but oh well. :-) When I was a little boy my dad and I went to the local farmer with our milk can, that was pretty awesome. It was about 1-1.5km away from our house, so we always walked there. Nowadays, there are milking robots everywhere I believe, nobody is milking by hand anymore. At least I can’t imagine. It wouldn’t be possible anyways with all the 50 cows (or how many there are). Small farms are all closed or about to finally die out. Haha, not sure whether milk was diluted with water here as well.


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In-reply-to > Chlorophilia #2: Moss in February It doesn't make it in the calendar either.

@fastidious Ta! That was quite a long time ago, so I don’t remember exactly. I’m pretty sure the temperatures were in the 15°C range, since it was back in February. We didn’t have snow anymore, but I imagine the nights were still pretty icy. Going back a few days I still see frozen lakes. In fact I have a photo from that trip showing us in t-shirts with jumpers tied around our hips. Our winters are really dry, not humid at all. Birds were probably chirping, we were surrounded by the lovely smell of fresh, cool forest air. Just a quiet and pieceful three and a half hours in the woods. On that day I went with a good mate to check on the bridge another mate and I built years ago when riding our mountain bikes and discovering this spot. Back then the area was a bit more accessible.


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In-reply-to > In the spirits of drinks in the morning, here's my cup of fresh-tapped milk:

@prologic @jlj Hahaha, I have made somebody else milk the cows for me. :-D In the next door village there’s a milk vending machine at the dairy farm, so I just went there in the morning and filled up my two bottles. Unfortunately, I do not live in the countryside, I’m in a town. :-(


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(#axwp4ya) @fastidious It’s common knowledge in Germany and also the phrase “Ist das Kunst oder kann das weg?” (Is this art or can I clean up?). So I didn’t come up with this myself. I thought that this would be known in most parts of the world, but judging by the lack of information in the English Wikipedia article that’s probably not the case.


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