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country church in Melrose, Florida
At dusk on a Spring evening, some friends and I were having fun. This is the last photo I made.  I did not even look at it until I was home.  Wow! look how those leaf tips light up. With the red and g
This flowering sedge grass was at the edge of my friends driveway. I did not see the mosquito until after.  I did see swarms of them around me, though.
Field in the summer sun
In Sansol, the tiny Navarra town where my father was born.
Veronica Varlow with ostrich fans
More sun on the beach
Florida Beach Birds Finding Dinner
Americas PLAYGROUND..>>SIN CITY !  WOW  Now  that was FUN!
The little horse whisperer
Emilie Autumn shows us how it's done
Being a kid at Disney! Even though it took 41 years>>Life is Grand
Traveling through Hawaii seeing the beautiful waves of the ocean.
Dubai metro.
Sunset at sea, Freeport, Bahamas
GOOD as GOLD.  Now that's a coastline with the most beautiful beaches! San Diego is God's country!
SO much ELECTRIFIED Beauty.  Taken in NYC
MOST INCREDIBLE PLACES IN THE WORLD ~ Peace!  Why can't the world get along>> They are  doing it right there in Manhattan!
THE  GREATEST CITY IN THE WORLD. Why can't the rest of the world get along,  they are  doing it right there in Manhattan.
Ain't Life GRAND. South Rim of the Grand Canyon
My free and happy daughter is jumping in the middle of desert.
The Flora and Fauna of La Jolla, CA with a beautiful ocean backdrop.
Nightmare on the Bayou
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Being a kid at Disney! Even though it took 41 years>>Life is Grand

Being a kid at Disney! Even though it took 41 years>>Life is Grand

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© Marse Livingston.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 02.2009
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