Photos of the Day – 04.05.2017

The best photos of today are: "Untitled" by a└3 X, "White flowers" by Fernando Calejo Pires, "Mikaela Janee downtown" by Mitch Tillison Photography, "Kraneia." by ▲ Bittersweet Tristesse, "2230698" by ufuk tozelik, "I see u "White tailed deer"" by FABOO1918, "looking for the horses ( mongolia)" by bernard_benavides, "Old codger." by Neil. Moralee. Congratulations!

"Untitled" by a└3 X

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When it was selected as "the photo of the day", this photo had 1228 views.

"White flowers" by Fernando Calejo Pires

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When it was selected as "the photo of the day", this photo had 473 views.

"Mikaela Janee downtown" by Mitch Tillison Photography

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"Kraneia." by ▲ Bittersweet Tristesse

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When it was selected as "the photo of the day", this photo had 278 views.

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"2230698" by ufuk tozelik

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When it was selected as "the photo of the day", this photo had 284 views.

"I see u "White tailed deer"" by FABOO1918

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"looking for the horses ( mongolia)" by bernard_benavides

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When it was selected as "the photo of the day", this photo had 101 views.

"Old codger." by Neil. Moralee

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When it was selected as "the photo of the day", this photo had 1467 views.

An old man, especially one who is eccentric, curmudgeonly or grotesque. An episode of the UK Channel4 archaeological series Time Team, in April 2009, featured an item on falconry. A falconer, suitably dressed in mock-tudor doublet and hose, explained that the frame that was used to carry falcons to the field was called a cadge (probably a variant of 'cage'). Frame carrying was said to be a job for elderly falconers, who came to be called 'old cadgers' and later, 'old codgers'. He also threw in for good measure that this was also the derivation of 'cadging a lift' (a.k.a. 'cadge a ride'). Candid street shot, Wells, Somerset UK.