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Just as you leave the state of california on the I-5 North to Oregon, you see this fantastic snow-capped mountian called Mount Shasta.
3rd year Pic 335 - Sep 17 2011   Killer smile!  Day 1 - 17th Sept.    Hi friends! I could not post / comment yesterday as we all were busy with the new arrival.... Meeting visitors, receiving calls, texts and mails AND taking pictures!  :)    http://hershy.smugmug.com/Photography/Daily-third-year/12987576_NS8Rf#1483106858_x87hq3Z    I shot this today at the hospital before coming to work (I work Saturdays) and hope you will not mind my posting two pictures on this special occasion.
4th year Pic 164 - June - 28 2012 Bullock cart Elephant Park, Chiang Mai, Thailand. This is the bullock cart used for rides for visitors.   Sorry I have been AWOL! Had got caught up with work and then was out of town for 5 days. Have to catch up with many great pictures but there's tons of work pending too! :-( Will try catch up soon.
October 17, 2013  As I've said before, I love Aspen trees.  I would have loved to have been in Colorado at the time of their leaves turning that brilliant, golden yellow color.  Nevertheless, I enjoyed them in their late summer stage too.  I loved that this stand was so thick & I could see deep into their world and find their unique markings far from the front set of trees.  This thick stand of Aspens brought to mind many of Bev Doolittle's prints.  I am a big fan of Bev Doolittle.  This shot reminded me most of her "Sacred Ground" print.  Also, the triptych "Two More Indian Horses" (which hangs in my living room).  I would highly recommend that you google her Sacred Ground Print, and I think you'll see why this shot put me in mind of that piece of art.  Have a strong and steady day!  Linda
When I saw this opening in a fence at the Denver Botanical Garden and this view through it, I knew I would want to make it a daily.  Some folks may think the workers and the tractor spoil a rather idyllic scene, but I rather like the down-to-earth aspect of what it takes to keep a huge botanical garden looking its best.  Thanks again for your comments on the daily yesterday of Chyler, the little girl baby in the swim suit.  I sure appreciate everyone's thoughts.  I never cease to be amazed at the variety and quality of the images on smugmug.  To paraphrase, so many photos, so little time...
Sedona, Arizona - taken very close to sunset when the red sandstone rocks really glow in the light.  Thanks to those of you who commented on my shot of the two silhouetted dragonflies on the rosebush.  Take lots of great shots this weekend.
102010  Hector Falls    This waterfall is probably the most convenient and cooperative in the Finger Lakes Region of New York. It sits right next to the road and flows under a bridge just north of Watkins Glen on the east side of Seneca Lake. You could get a great view without getting out of the car!
Into the smoke This gallery is a collection of some of my favorite shots.......as you will see my interests are all over the place ! Your comments are welcome.
6/18/12 - Bell pepper in the clouds.  I took a mirror outside and placed it so that it reflected the clouds.  I had to be really careful because it also reflected the sun.  Thanks so much for your warm response to my shot at the Broadmoor.  I know how much time commenting takes and I do appreciate your stopping by!
11-8-2010...  Flamin Water...
I miss the frost, fog and sun... - Feb 5 2009  No opportunity to shoot pictures today... so this is a shot from the past frost period. It was a candidate for my alternate gallery, but I might as well put if here! God, I miss that kinda weather. Now it's just dark and wet here.
August 9, 2011-After the rain and thunderstorm the sky was amazing. (221:365) Thank you all for the amazing responses to my photo yesterday, you folks are the best!
Me, General Custer - Jan 9 2011  Here you go Janet... What I learned about this is that you can't turn a frog into a prince with photoshop... for that you need a real fairytale!!  Have great Sunday!
Fog! - Jan 08 2009  Had fog most of the day and combine that with temperatures below 0C°... and you get great effects on trees, leaves and so on. I shot these trees before, but they weren't good enough as DP. Now, with the fog and frost added they do.  Had a rather hard and long day at work, so commenting on your pictures will be mostly for tomorrow.
Jenny Lake, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming  Sure appreciated the comments on my shot inside Billy's Giant Hamburgers.  Some of you asked if I was in the kitchen.  In this tiny diner, the customers sit on stools at counters that surround the kitchen on three sides, so we had a bird's eye view of the kitchen activity.  I was about two feet away from the cook when I took those shots.  I spent most of the day playing with polymer clay with my granddaughter and grandson.  Lots of fun!  However, as a result, I did not make much progress on my processing.  Well, I will get it done when I get it done.  Hope everyone's week is going well.  The weekend is almost here.
Just as you leave the state of california on the I-5 North to Oregon, you see this fantastic snow-capped mountian called Mount Shasta.

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Just as you leave the state of california on the I-5 North to Oregon, you see this fantastic snow-capped mountian called Mount Shasta.
Just as you leave the state of california on the I-5 North to Oregon, you see this fantastic snow-capped mountian called Mount Shasta.

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