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Visiting the garden's at Cawdor Castle.
Abandoned copper mine in the Upper Peninsula.
Lazy Lion
The standing stones of Brodgar.
Visiting the Neolithic remnants of Skara Brae in the Orkney Islands, the morning dew clings to the silky strands of a spider's web.
Daddy's Girl
My daughter playing in the sand in Destin, FL
People eating at a local pizza cafe.
After the Rain
A silent and cold looking farm during the winter months in Minnesota.
Bride waiting for ceremony to start, image taken through a carving in nearby chair.
Fall sunset at the soybean field in southern Spencer County, IN
Abandoned playground at a horse camp.
Driving across Arizona looking for an angry cactus. This one flicked us off.
Antique shopping in southern Minnesota, and found one place where film cameras go to rest and become display pieces.
Stop in Tortilla Flats diner that is famous for their walls covered in decorated dollar bills.
Road trip through the desert in between Las Vegas and Phoenix.
Minnesota State Fair and the food people eat
My son swimming in an indoor pool at a hotel on a cool spring morning. He had the whole pool to himself. I caught a sun beam lighting up his face of joy.
Spring at Cape Cod 2013. Walking around a sleeping Provincetown and taking shots of inactivity.
My Garden
Climbing Mt. Monadnock with my son shown here who is experiencing his first view at the top. I could hear, "Wooooow!"
My Garden, My Life
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Fall sunset at the soybean field in southern Spencer County, IN

Fall sunset at the soybean field in southern Spencer County, IN

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Evansville, Indiana, United States of America
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Date Taken: 09.2012
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