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Snow day for Gracie
Training Never Stops, not even at night in a dust storm. My fellow soldiers of my Military Police Company in training for Deployment to Afghanistan.
North Rim
Roebling Aqueduct designed and built by John Roebling in 1847. In this view you can see the red-sheathed suspension cable (Roebling's original cable) and the wooden ice shield on the upstream face of
Motel sign at night in The Dalles, Oregon
A Rainy Day at Candlestick Park to watch the 49ers
August 10, 2011 Hiking Rocky Mountain National Park
Sliding snow sculpture from metal roof.
Desert Blossoms South of Tucson, Arizona
San Francisco at 6:00 am on my morning bike ride
Grasshopper on heavenly bamboo.
Aqueduct built by John Roebling, of later Brooklyn Bridge fame, in 1847.  The aqueduct, believed to be the oldest surviving wire cable suspension bridge in the US, carried the Delaware and Hudson Cana
A mummified catcher dug up from under Home Plate
Honey to Sundarban in Forest.
August 10, 2011 Rocky Mountain National Park, hiking to Spruce Lake via the Fern Lake Trail, looking up to peak above Spruce lake.
Beautiful Sunset in Cannon Beach, Oregon
Steam off pasture fence in winter.
Taken while visiting the San Jorge Lodge, Tandayapa, Ecuador. This is the fawn breasted humming bird.
A November Freeze in the Columbia River Gorge, Oregon. I spotted this from my car and climbed sixty feet up a cliff to get this picture. It was worth it. Winter ice on fall leaves is more beautiful th
Astrid on a swing
How Did You Talk Me Into This!

Shirley climbing to the top of Wayna Picchu at Machu Picchu, Peru. One slip, and it's a long way down!
Wall and window detail, Fort Stanwix
Baseballs
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Aqueduct built by John Roebling, of later Brooklyn Bridge fame, in 1847. The aqueduct, believed to be the oldest surviving wire cable suspension bridge in the US, carried the Delaware and Hudson Cana

Aqueduct built by John Roebling, of later Brooklyn Bridge fame, in 1847. The aqueduct, believed to be the oldest surviving wire cable suspension bridge in the US, carried the Delaware and Hudson Canal over the Delaware River

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