Rochester Subway guest blog: The Legendary White Deer of Seneca Army Depot

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Eggwork is proud to present our second blog contribution to Rochester Subway. Today’s article is about the white deer population of the Seneca Army Depot.

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Fastax-tion slow motion photography: Cat drop, pie in the face, balloon & popcorn


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Free Eggwork Stock Video: Snapping Turtle climbs in and out of nest

Snapping Turtle climbs in and out of nest (2:32)

Meet Tina The Turtle. She was busy looking for a place to lay her eggs, I’m assuming, in the rocky surface of the Georgian Bay in Ontario Canada. Thanks for not snapping at my legs as I climbed the stairs just inches from your beak. I didn’t see you at all. I felt so bad for you because of all the mosquitoes. Look at them all trying to pierce your shell. Ha! Nice try, you foul bugs. Except for that one that landed in your eye, ouch. Be sure to scan to the end of the video to see Tina’s crazy dinosaur tail. Rock on, Tina! May your children survive the 10 yard crawl to the water.

This post also serves as an ‘OFFICE CLOSED’ sign as I’m planning a return trip to the Georgian Bay and won’t return until 7/15. Salud!

Captain the Cat says “Don’t Speak!”

Isabella loves her grass

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