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my little blue mountain bird came back after 4 yrs .& he or she just stayed right there & let me go pictuer crazy. this pictuer is right out of of my camera no FIX!
Chinese actress on stage
Happy engaged couple
Girl on a rock
Guitarist playing on the street
Chinese man practicing his characters in water
Chinese girl in the rain
Pepper after a rainstorm
Reeds in a wave
Brush by the lake
Angry water moccasin
Tomatoes are taking over my house
Onion in my mother's garden
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Life on the farm
Fort Popham is one of many forts in Maine, some dating back to the civil war.  They are fun to explore, interesting to study and perfect for photography! Here the "Lady in Red" stepped into my shot at
A flower that has lost it's petals and is wilting Attached to the flower on the bottom right is a spider web and top right is a fly symbolizing end of life.
The Portland Headlight might be the most photographed lighthouse in America; it is a favored tourist destination in southern Maine.
An interception between night and daylight creating a silhouette of the trees and bushes.
Maine is known for its lobster, and each lobster buoy has its own markings.
The S.S. Minnow has been found
A fishing pole and lure are highlighted by afternoon sun, in the corner of the kitchen by the door.
A tugboat races out of Portland (Maine) harbor, passing Ram Island Lighthouse as it goes to guide in a large oil tanker.
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Tomatoes are taking over my house

Tomatoes are taking over my house

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Arkadelphia, Arkansas, United States of America
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Date Taken: 02.2013
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Date Uploaded: July 26, 2013, 11:32 a.m.
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