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A large torsional coupling such as is used in the drive train of a ship.
Traveler
Black eye
Wolf spider at Cub Run
A different way of living
The "Lone Rock" in Lake Powell in Arizona
Santa Maria de Montserrat Abbey, Spain
Hawk with caught squirrel
Prehistoric Turtle at the Tellus Science Museum in Cartersville, GA.
Cinder Cone crater at Lassen National Park
Plants in the Pants
Fallen Trees
Fishing buddy on Moraine Creek, Katmai National Park, AK
A cast iron jaw coupling rendered transparent to show the rubber insert
Marshes in the late afternoon
Bluebird in the woods
Hair and Marilyn's skirt blowing in the breeze
Male lion with 10 female companions
New York City
Life and Death
Sky Swallowing the Sun
Inhabitants of rigor
Milkweed Pod
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Fallen Trees

Such trees are protected in Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Monument. They are a part of the natural scene and give shelter to animal life. Decaying logs enrich the soil, thus stimulating plant growth

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Buffalo Grove, Illinois, United States of America
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© Lynne Solway.
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Date Taken: 09.2016
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PHOTO LOCATION Aspen, Colorado, United States of America