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Our daughter, Ayla Johnson Meldrim, in a photo taken at home three weeks after her birth on June 22, 2011.
Baby manatee in the Crystal River early Fall 2011
This cactus looks very much like a foot sticking out of the ground.
Grandaughter in stroller at DisneyLand
Old Mexico
"I wish they would stop biting my ears," this guy seemed to be saying to me.
My husband captured this moment when my two sisters and my mother met my daughter for the first time, shortly after birth.
Aliens among us
My brother examining the natural world.
My youngest sister captured this moment at the hospital when my husband held our daughter shortly after her birth on June 22, 2011.
My sisters, Brianna and Crickett jumping on the trampoline
My niece kandyce sitting in a wagon enjoying the view of the nice pumpkin patch.
COLD FEET
My girlfriend is testing the water before a splash.....78 degrees is too cold for swimming  in Florida.
Caption - My Home
A day at the beach.
Visiting the dinosaur at the Smithsonian National Zoological Park.
My world, as seen on the back of a bike!
Maize
A Cloud of Witnesses
The energy that created this is the same that created us.
Blessed Be
Blues on a break.
A Cloud of Witnesses
This cloud has been shaped by an energy like that which created earth. It is puzzling for some that do not believe in God.
Within this picture of a cloud are many figures or Ang
Where's my snack?  A picture of Brownie, one of my goats.
Seducing of Amihan Resort with the azure blue sky
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
My niece kandyce sitting in a wagon enjoying the view of the nice pumpkin patch.

My niece kandyce sitting in a wagon enjoying the view of the nice pumpkin patch.

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Date Taken: 09.2011
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