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Who did you call a Jackass?
My Dog and I were kayaking down the Weeki Wachee River, and came upon an dilapidated dock.  It caught my eye.
Wandering the tiny Island of Bermuda on a Motorbike and ran across this spooky old tree.  it mesmerized me.
Sunset Gold
Traveling in the DC Subway system
My brother, who is a marine, that is relaxing and pondering about life in hawaii before going on leave to war.
Just outside of Aguas Calientes, Peru, walking toward the Putukusi trail head.
Walking through a garden on a beautiful Fall day.
I was walking through a garden in Lakeland, Fla and saw these beautiful Sunflowers so I sat and visited for awhile and notice I wasn't alone.  I call it; 
"The Sunflower Visitor"....just like me!
I was walking through a garden in Lakeland, Fla and saw these beautiful Sunflowers so I sat and visited for awhile and notice I wasn't alone.  I call it; 
"The Sunflower Visitor"....just like me!
HA HA TONKA AT CAMDENTON MO
Splintered Ancient Bristlcone Pine.  These are thought to be the oldest living beings on the Earth, up to 5,000 years.
Why is she so happy smiling making no more than $5 a day?
Evening in that little town.
The shoes maker man
Setting of the Moon
The little girl in a little town
Butterfly's Bounty
Shooting a beautiful sunset with a wave in ocean city NJ..300 photos and only 1 good one!
Subway station
The hills of Scotland
Tunnel View
Feeding humming bird
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Splintered Ancient Bristlcone Pine. These are thought to be the oldest living beings on the Earth, up to 5,000 years.

Splintered Ancient Bristlcone Pine. These are thought to be the oldest living beings on the Earth, up to 5,000 years.

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Date Taken: 10.2010
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