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All sorts of people were on the beach to watch a fireworks display and afterwards were mingling about. I looked down from our room to see them there in this creepy yellow light.
Sunset over the Grand Tetons is always spectacular.
Crow on Mount Pilatus
Peddling My handmade wares at the Fair Grove Mo, first annual Farm festival. Wandered away from my booth to see the sights. The Horse in this image is said to be a descendant of the original Spanish M
Bald eagle at Adventure Day at Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill
Micro world captured without a microscope, 3357ft depth, Phillipines  Holocene:   16X Zeiss Jena Apochromatic objective coupled to extension tubes and Pentax K01 camera.
A tree growing abnormally towards Hidden Lake in Glacier National Park leads your eyes to the breathtaking scenery of the national park.
Breakfast with the Babies at Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill
Play My Guitar
Sunlit leaves
Graduation from high school, dressed up for the big event.
This grasshopper breaks up the green grass behind him. The is my husbands favorite color. I love these insect because they are built like armor
Yaquina Head lighthouse is one of the best places to stop on the Oregon coast.
Returning from home from a road trip, this supercell started breaking apart and falling right at sunset. As the sun was setting, it looked as though a curtain of fire was falling from the sky.
Girls rule Boys Drool!
Leaves in the water at Boley Lake
Archway into one of the many beaches in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The beaches are heavily visited during the summer, but during the winter there is a much more mystical feeling to them.
Eastern State Penitentiary
Bobbing for apples at Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill
Grand Teton National Park
Balloon Glow at the Heartland Festival
On a hot August evening, our daughter and two friends went down to the beach to sit on the rocks, talk and maybe cool off as the sun was starting to set.
Grand Teton National Park
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
This grasshopper breaks up the green grass behind him. The is my husbands favorite color. I love these insect because they are built like armor

This grasshopper breaks up the green grass behind him. The is my husbands favorite color. I love these insect because they are built like armor

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Clarksville, Tennessee, United States of America
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© Kathleen Chute.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 08.2013
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 26, 2013, 8:24 p.m.
Camera Make: SONY
Camera Model: DSLR-A900
Focal Length: 100mm
Shutter Speed: 1/90
Aperture: f27
ISO: ISO100
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