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Down by the river...
Herby my cat||shoot from a very low quality camera showing his natural ways of life,  itching his soft hair in a fertile soil of Tagum.
[Mmm, so this is what a Golden Retriever is...] - our dog, Lucca, checks out everything with his nose, just as our granddaughter, Phoebe, tries to sense everything with her hands.
This ice, coating every surface and entirely shutting down the tram operation, occurs when the bitter cold of winter coincides with heavy, lowering storm clouds, causing hoarfrost to form. Here the fr
I found this cricket on my run and had to take a picture of it. I noticed it was missing a leg and figured that it had a story to tell.
The White Horse Dream
Craig Showing off his candy.
The Astoria Bridge from the Oregon side of the Columbia River.
Exploring the lake at dusk with our two year old daughter and her little friend.
Swallow on post.
Humming bird at feeder.
Yard Sale - Just an old shop that sales items and things to travels through MI.
This photo was taken at Excelsior Geyser in Yellowstone National Park.
3 horses in Gunnison, Colorado
Smoking on a hunting trip.
Like figurines carefully positioned to face exactly the same direction, gulls stand in the path of strong northeast winds blowing past an old Lake Erie lighthouse.
A smoke break on a hunting trip.
Front Yard Bandit.
Beach soccer talent
Dusk.  Small fishing boat on Lake Erie floats alone in bands of color.
Piramide del Sol
Purple Passion
Sunfire Flower
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Yard Sale - Just an old shop that sales items and things to travels through MI.

Yard Sale - Just an old shop that sales items and things to travels through MI.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 06.2010
Filed Under: The American Experience
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Date Uploaded: Oct. 4, 2010, 12:19 a.m.
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