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What happened to the 70's hippy surfers? They're still alive and well in Morro Bay, CA.
These days, even our dogs travel with us. More and more places are pet-friendly. This dog seems indifferent about the ride.
Elephant Seals crowd onto the shore of the California Coast to have their babies during the winter. Thousands, mostly female and their children, fill this beach.
I caught the gaze of this Emu in a central California preserve.
A Meercat posing for us in Atascadero
We were blessed to watch a hummingbird from egg to leaving the nest, which was days before this was taken in our backyard.
This is a photo of my grandmother standing next tot he grave of her great great grandparents in Nebraska this summer. These two were our first family to migrate to the United States from Ireland.
Day on the River
Enjoying Disney World
Peaceful trek to the top of Mount Pilatus
Walking the Mall
Burning Sunset
Walking through the capital
Enjoying the company of a Mangrove Periwinkle snail while in a mangrove creek system during travels to Abaco, Bahamas.
Walking to the Capital's Visitor Center
Taking in the beauty of our nation's capital.
leaves reflected
emerald reflection
Fall reflection, Acadia National Park
Senior checking out a Navy fighter jet at the Paso Robles Airshow.
Model Airplane in front of fighter jet. Taken at Paso Robles Airshow in California.
Close-up photo of model airplanes at the Paso Robles, California Air-show in front of a real fighter jet. Taken with Cannon ES and telephoto lens.
Emma hiking towards Laguna 69
12th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Burning Sunset

Burning Sunset

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Agua Dulce, California, United States of America
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© Sharece Coulombe.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 09.2014
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Date Uploaded: Sept. 29, 2014, 8:35 p.m.
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Camera Model: NIKON D90
Focal Length: 82mm
Shutter Speed: 1/200
Aperture: f5
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