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When the snow finally stopped from the second snow storm, the light from our light post was a nice calm to the evening.
The snow did not last long this morning, but I was able to get this shot right before the sun came up.
Spotted on a corner frequented by homeless people asking for help on Hennepin Avenue in Minneapolis Minnesota.
Pterophylla camellifolia - Katydid.  Was walking to my truck late morning and saw this beautiful Katydid and it posed for me.  Thank you nature!
Yosemite Morning in May.
Paco having a Crush!
This hawk flies high in the sky, looking for a sport to perch.
This family of swans try to find lunch!
This swan sunbathes with his turtle friends.
A Cormorant perches on a rock for a rest after a swim.
A baby goes for a nice stroll down a dirt path.
Paco said,He needs a Crush!
Deer posing for the camera. This deer was so friendly, and let me follow her through the woods. Every now and again, she'd stop and pose for me.
A bumble bee buzzing from flower to flower.
Horse and rider trotting down a quiet road.
On my property in the country.
A warm summer's day leads to a Hackey Sack Circle.
A family boating trip.
Herbie in the fog, Spring 2008
This is a little Catholic Church in Cordova, New Mexico. It is a huge part of my heritage. My family meets there once a year to remember those who have passed away.
A fire spinner in motion.
An acrobat, caught in motion with just the right lighting, looks like a angel floating into the sky.
Purple Clematis taken from the back yard
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Paco said,He needs a Crush!

Paco said,He needs a Crush!

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Masuey,
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© Arthur Toth.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 03.2010
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: May 13, 2010, 12:31 p.m.
Camera Make:
Camera Model: KODAK P850 ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA
Focal Length: 44.6mm
Shutter Speed: 1/500
Aperture: f3.6
ISO: ISO50
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