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Cats traditionally like to sing on fence tops and Thomas was no exception. He was looking for a duet but found the statuette to be the strong, silent type. Actually, I saw the statue in Wales and Thom
One of the last original structures standing in Jarbdige, NV, an early 1900's gold rush town
Colorful new barbed wire by a cow pasture along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path in Wales.
A flower field is planted annually for all to see at an old plantation, tucked inside the entrance.
It makes me smile to see this vibrant landscape and is certainly a photographer's dream.
Every morning the owners of Estate Lindholm place fresh flowers all around the property for their guests to enjoy. One of the simple pleasures of true paradise.
On Vacation in San Diego California visiting Old San Diego and saw this old covered wagon.
This amazing sky was taken in Laguna Hills standing in my parents' driveway. The Roman Aqueduct was taken in Spain near my friend's house.
Silhouette Maternity
Cecily Kruse crowd surfs in attempt to reach the stage Story of the Year performs on.
Praying mantis
I found this little guy perched on the Annaberg ruins while hiking. He liked to pose so I got several good shots.
Artist Dona Simons stands in the shell of her home in New Orleans, her works that were destroyed by Hurricane Katrina are displayed here one last time before her home is torn down.
Never let go of the ones you love
Hope
Lauren's first live starfish
Baby's first lizard encounter
Migrant Workers Preparing there Moto Sierras, in the Sierra Nevadas.  Its the end of October and the red fir has gone into dormancy now the race begins to beat the snow and get the trees that will go
Walking through the park with my friend Becca one warm Sunday afternoon
Driving a dump truck on mount shasta.
Picasso inspired two faces
Big brother, little sister in the streets of Costa Rica
Costa Rican man in Boston attire
Country life in Costa Rica
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Artist Dona Simons stands in the shell of her home in New Orleans, her works that were destroyed by Hurricane Katrina are displayed here one last time before her home is torn down.

Artist Dona Simons stands in the shell of her home in New Orleans, her works that were destroyed by Hurricane Katrina are displayed here one last time before her home is torn down.

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Date Taken: 02.2009
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