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Gila Woodpecker - Drove out Gates Pass east of Tucson for sunset... the scenary - the scenery was spectacular. Saguaro cacti grow like a million blades of grass.
Any other time of year a Magpie sticks out like a sore thumb, but in cold-country, he just looks like a big snowball.
Yellow Warbler - A surprise vistor while shooting Pelicans at Chatfield State Park. He blends so well with the early spring foliage.
I believe this is a Bendire's Thrasher. It was sunset and he was quite noisy, insistent that I get his picture.
Meadow Lark found while enjoying the ancient American ruins of Tuzigoot National Monument
Sun rays coming through a lush woodland - friend's backyard.
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Great Blue Heron - On a rainy day drive from Flagstaff to Sedona, made a side trip to a campground and found this fellow. This was a welcome break from all-day biz training in Flag.
Winter Geese, Fresh Snowfall, Unusual, Geese Lined Up In Straight Line In Front of Tobacco Barn
Out-building found in-town in Wiscassett, Maine
A blazing sunset over America's Plains - what could be more Americana? This cornfield sits below Pompey's Pillar (where Clark's men left the only visably sign/print of their exploration) east of Billi
Throughout CT we found many old graveyards with hand carved stones from the 1700's. You could recognize each carver's work. Interpretting the stones was fascinating. This one comes from Wequetequock (
Fireworks behind a ferris wheel at the North Carolina State Fair
Caney Kansas May Fest My favorite image I took of May Fest, then I learned that this little baby belongs to Jason and Maria Rau and they both are Serving our Country in the military and living in Cane
Bar Harbor Dingies
Climbing the Walls - This old ladder (?) sits next to one of the millions of stone walls we found throughout Connecticut. We found this driving America's scenic Highway 169.
Driving American's Scencic Hwy 169 through New England. Entire area is rich in history. Path leads to old destroyed homestead.
Kwakiutl mask of Galokwudzuwis by George Walkus, taken at Denver Art Museum.
Sicily at night.
Trail leading to Hutch's Pool above Sabino Canyon
Looking downstream from Hutch's Pool
Hutch's Pool above Sabino Canyon
Hutch's Pool above Sabino Canyon
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Throughout CT we found many old graveyards with hand carved stones from the 1700's. You could recognize each carver's work. Interpretting the stones was fascinating. This one comes from Wequetequock (

Throughout CT we found many old graveyards with hand carved stones from the 1700's. You could recognize each carver's work. Interpretting the stones was fascinating. This one comes from Wequetequock (wikity-qwock) Burial Ground in Stonington.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 09.2009
Filed Under: The American Experience
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Date Uploaded: May 29, 2011, 4:02 p.m.
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Shutter Speed: 1/400
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PHOTO LOCATION Stonington, Connecticut, United States of America