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This is "My Buddy, Hebert", who lives underneath our dock.  We (not so) fondly refer to him and his family as our "Dock Spiders".  We've learned to live and let live... albeit reluctantly.
Like the rails disappearing into morning haze, the trains on the Mountain-Division line are gone; the last one chugged through in 1987.  Today it is a Rails-to-Trails project.
My daughter works on a macrame project using light from a setting sun.
A feather clings to plants along the riverbank in late afternoon sun.
Self-portrait, taken of my reflection in a river.
Cold Morning at the beach
A mother's nightmare... and she looks at me with her "Don't be lame expression..." when I gasp words of caution. (Yes, she is intact, still breathing, unscathed and smug in her success)
I think of this photo as "Making Lemonade", since if you can't get rid of the dandelions, you might as well find the beauty in them!
On a middle school field trip to NYC, beloved teddy bears sat in for two missing students, one whom had died three months earlier and another who was too ill to go along.
Kayla on Seaside boardwalk for Polar Bear Plunge
The Portland (Maine) Headlight was completed in 1791 and Fort Williams, the park in which it is located, is a popular destination for tourists, families, kite-flyers, picnickers, bicyclists and those
In the spring baby bass flit about in the shallows of this river... where muskrats and raccoons have discarded empty freshwater clam shells.  This little fellow paused just long enough for the shot.
"Remarkable Phenomenon"  Found this little (less than 2 cm high!) ice formation one morning; cannot figure out how it formed.
Vision.
Sunset in Sinemorets
Touch
Paris in autumn.
I love this picture because somehow I see a lot from Paris with this two legs of two girls, walking with fashion shoes and also in other part autumn.
Sunset in Stara Zagora.
There are often in Stara Zagora so many birds and sunset like this. They are so many that in late afternoon sound of them is stronger than other town noice.
driving along the mighty columbia river,i caught up to a train,and noticed a barge just ahead of it-and then saw the reflection of the iron horse on a runoff lake below the tracks.i liked the contrast
Seattle on a Chilly Day
Girl in a Coma punk band
Ferndale Foods grocery store
Heat plant in Tulcea Romania with communist blocks of flats in the background
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
In the spring baby bass flit about in the shallows of this river... where muskrats and raccoons have discarded empty freshwater clam shells. This little fellow paused just long enough for the shot.

In the spring baby bass flit about in the shallows of this river... where muskrats and raccoons have discarded empty freshwater clam shells. This little fellow paused just long enough for the shot.

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Windham, Maine, United States of America
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© Claire Crocker.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 07.2008
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Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: March 13, 2010, 5:02 a.m.
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Camera Model: Canon PowerShot A75
Focal Length: 5.4mm
Shutter Speed: 1/1000
Aperture: f4
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