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Randall Minnesota Winter
"Old Glory"

American flags representing the lower 48 stored in my grandmothers 19th century  barn.
Face Rock at sunset
Small frog hiding under some mushrooms.
Hot drinks on a cold day.  Attendees passing DAR Constitution Hall on their way to the: We Are One: The Obama Inaugural Celebration at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC, tried not to litter bevera
Straw Hats in a Row
Light hitting water droplets on a leaf in Arnold Arboretum, Boston, Massachusetts.
Forest Prince
"Everyone respects him. For of all the deer in the forest, not one has lived half so long. He is very brave and very wise. That's why he is known as the Great Prince of the Forest." - f
This is one of my sleepy bees that hang out in the late summer on my mountain mint plant. It is covered with drowsy bumble bees that enjoy the nectar so much they fall asleep right on the petals of th
Duluth, MN's Aerial Lift Bridge viewed from Lake Superior with Enger Tower visible through it.
Winter Harbor - Buffalo
An old, peeling, abandoned caboose I came upon while visiting the Eureka Springs & Arkansas rail depot/yard in Eureka Springs, Arkansas . . . Nikon D80, Tamron 28-300mm lens.
My father disappears into the steam from geysers and natural hot pools
Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument
Torii of Itsukushima 
The Torii, or Gateway, at Miyajima Island is a beloved icon of Japan. It is also an essence of traditional Japanese architectural expression. Sturdy and graceful, it sits in the
A funky couple at the Mountain Jam.
Members of a winning rowing team throw one of their own into the water while celebrating the win.
Enjoying the We Are One concert at President Obama's Inauguration
Mrs. Upland Goose with her children, Torres del Paine National Park, Chile
Red Veil
New Years eve sunset at the Race track, Death valley National Park
Kookaburra sittin in an old gum tree
A pro-Israel parade and pro-Palestine presence to protest.
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
An old, peeling, abandoned caboose I came upon while visiting the Eureka Springs & Arkansas rail depot/yard in Eureka Springs, Arkansas . . . Nikon D80, Tamron 28-300mm lens.

An old, peeling, abandoned caboose I came upon while visiting the Eureka Springs & Arkansas rail depot/yard in Eureka Springs, Arkansas . . . Nikon D80, Tamron 28-300mm lens.

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Date Taken: 06.2008
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