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To infinity and beyond - view from the firetower at the summit of Bald Mountain.  Each element points onto the next: rail to forest to lake to mountains to sky (to heaven?) - suggesting eternal horizo
Celebrating Independence Day with my granddaughter at a local parade.
A tree that was clawed by bears along the Skunk Cabbage Trail in Redwood National Park.  The patterns reminded me of Arabic or Japanese caligraphy.
Easy bein' green - frog on lily pad.
A vista of Lake Tahoe.
The old Lyons Ranch barn in the Bald Hills of Redwood National Park.
The ruins of the Standard Gold Mine at Bodie,CA.  The discovery of gold here in the 1870s touched off a rush that brought almost 10,000 people to this remote, high altitude valley.
Offerings left on a granite boulder at the Japanese cemetery at Manzanar National Historic Site.
Outward bound - my then 4 year old son and our elderly collie striking out on a fall adventure.
1931 Dodge Graham truck in front of old gas pumps at Bodie, California.
beaver pond trail behind mammoth hotel. my family of Three generations of women hiking in yellowstone.  We had sow black bear and two cubs walk onto the trail in front of us.  This was a shot of a lif
My then 17 year old daughter in our backyard just before the Kents Hill School Senior Prom - a masked ball.
Ethereal hope - apple blossoms.
yellow-bellied marrmot sun bathing on rocks
Anchors Away
Alcatraz Island tour San Francisco.
Portrait of my four children ages 18, 17, 6 and 4 - an annual ritual for use on our holiday cards. This year was notable because our home was in foreclosure and we moved out a month later.
My then three year old son seated on a rock by the Androscoggin River on a perfect Maine summer day.
Show me the way - cairn.
Granite and red berries.
Antlered skulls diplayed on wood and fur in the Mt. Blue State Park Nature Center.
My then six year old daughter lying on Webb Beach covered in sand on a perfect summer day at the lake.
Flagship Niagara comes to port at Navy Pier during Tall Ship Chicago
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
My then 17 year old daughter in our backyard just before the Kents Hill School Senior Prom - a masked ball.

My then 17 year old daughter in our backyard just before the Kents Hill School Senior Prom - a masked ball.

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Date Taken: 05.2009
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