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For just a brief moment, on an otherwise gray day, the sun side-lit the clouds, turning the sky and the river pink--and even providing a rainbow. The picture is of the White King, tied at her slip, at
A July sunset on the North Shore of Long Island. Facing West overlooking the Long Island Sound.
My son, Bradley, looking into a vehicle on display in my husbands shop.
The day after Hurricane Irene, Seaside Heights,NY.  The winds were so strong that they were blowing the wave faces open and created the sea spray that you see.
Caribbean Ocean vacationing with my husband for our 15th Wedding Anniversary.
After a day of clouds and rain and hot summer temperatures, the cloud formations opened a little to let this light5 through as the sun set behind an island in the Gulf of Mexico.
A picture of the sky taken off my deck.
A bench on a pathway in Abernathy Park in Davison, Michigan.
A Fire Island, New York sunset.  The beautiful barrier island located about 6 miles off the south shore of Long Island, NY.
The sun reflects last light, at sunset, on the Halls River, in Citrus County Florida.
Rollerblading in Bay City State Park in Michigan with my children we spotted these swans on the lake.
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Old schoolhouse in Atlas Township, Michigan.
A foreboding storm over the waters of Georgian Bay; the stretch between Penetanguishene and Beausoleil Island provides some of the best sailing in Ontario, Canada.
Close up shot of the hibiscus plant on our deck.
The Twistee Treat, a throwback to days long gone, still serves up cold ice cream to a thriving market on summer nights in Tavares, Fl.
An Autumn Rain Puddle
This is my wonderful husband of 16 years, Steve, flying his new kite on the shore of Lake Michigan on a beautiful, windy, late summer day.
Driving around the Palouse area of Washington, I noticed a freshly plowed field with an interesting "ruffled" landscape. I liked it against the vivid green grass and the old fence as an anchor.
This is my husband and two wonderful sons.  We were enjoying a last minute weekend get-away on Lake Michigan.
Old Barb Wire Fence in Prairie Grass
Seagull on the shore of Lake Michigan on a windy, but beautiful, late summer day.
My husband was flying his kite on the beach of Lake Michigan near Frankfort when I snapped this picture.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
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Date Taken: 07.2011
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Date Uploaded: Sept. 7, 2011, 7:07 p.m.
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