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Talk about walk on water!
A Little Sibling Rivalry Never Hurt Anybody!
A Red fox trying to get a nap in Clear Spring Md
Everytime I tried to take this picture, he stuck his tounge out. I guess they have a sense of humor too.
Everytime I tried to take this picture, he stuck his tounge out. I guess they have a sense of humor too.
water pouring off lip of fountain
Our visit to the Okefenokee Swamp
Cactus in Carlsbad New Mexico
Cibola Mountains, NM
butterflies in the garden
Carlsbad Caverns National Park
The Albuquerque, NM train station. The best way to travel for a new outlook on the world around you.
A pale pink of a Dahlia flower is high lighted with a fading filter
Rush Hour at the Feeder.
A yellow rose highlighted with a black background, and upwards fading
Peony abstract derived from a white and maroon peony flower.
LouLou loves her twin brother Quinlan who is exhausted from his bought with the pneumonia that she has just recovered from.
Dahlia abstract derived from a Dahlia grown in our own garden.
Burrowing Owl   is a pint-sized bird.  It differs from other type of owls as it nests in a burrow in the ground instead of nesting in the trees.  It hunts mostly by day instead at night. It has especi
Fierce lighting strikes in Thai Paradise, briefly highlighting in soft purple the anchored boats and the sleeping fisherman inside.
Popcorn
A flower that grows in my garden
Blue Mist
Washington DC
Autumn Harvest
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
The Albuquerque, NM train station. The best way to travel for a new outlook on the world around you.

The Albuquerque, NM train station. The best way to travel for a new outlook on the world around you.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 03.2010
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 9, 2010, 12:43 p.m.
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Camera Model: NIKON D40
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