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peek a boo ,safe in tree but hungry as bobcat kitten
Dinner Time coming down to eat
Here's mama finding food for her baby bobcat kittens ,Don't mess with mama
Elephant Stretch
Almost Warriors
Brotherly love  of sibling male and female  kitten bobcats Hello kitties peek a boo ,bobcat babies  in our front yard waiting for momma bobcat to bring them food
The Underwater Room
Sleepy Leopard
Hamisi and Friends
The Pride Waits
Vumawimbi Afternoon
Everyday Vines
Lunch date on the crater floor
Maasai Dance
Morning on Lake Mary
Frozen Night
The Cabin at Lac Gilberte
Morning in Vermont
Calcite deposit that resembles a Christmas Tree  underground
Lamppost in an Irish Pasture
A double rainbow while climbing Mount WAshington... JK nice Monarch
Looking up at uptown Charlotte North Carolina buildings
Weather in Sierra Blanco Texas
13th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Everyday Vines

Vines growing in front of a building: an invasive species, hardly noticed by the passers by and increasingly present in the landscape. This is the view of the plants beneath this vine, stifled by its growth and unnoticed--blurry, in the shadow of the building. Much like the building, these plants are less and less each year, losing their place within the world.

TAGS: Building, Massachusetts, United States, Vines

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Danvers, Massachusetts, United States of America
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© Huw Nierenberg .
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Date Taken: 02.2013
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Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: July 20, 2015, 3:27 p.m.
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PHOTO LOCATION Byfield , Massachusetts, United States of America