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1/28/15 - Sandbur-like winter seedheads; the light was nice.  Thanks for your comments on my shot of the white gumball machine.  I'd never seen a whole machiine full of white gumballs before either.
City Center in the early morning hour.  Back after 3 days of no net, tv or phone.  I took a hti in a power fail Sunday and have had nothing.  Leaning experance  Thanks for bearing with me!
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1956 Mercedes 300SL Gullwing
Completed in 1914, Hawthorn Hill in Dayton, Ohio, was designed by Wilbur and Orville Wright with the aid of the Dayton architectural firm of Schenck and Williams. As the Wrights' fame grew so did their need for a larger home that could better accommodate their many guests. Therefore, with the consent of their sister Katharine, the Wright's purchased a 17-acre wooded tract named Hawthorn Hill for the many hawthorn trees covering the hillside. In 1912, shortly after approving the final plans for the house, Wilbur died. Orville dedicated himself to overseeing the construction of the residence, spending as many hours as possible at the construction site.     Hawthorn Hill was host to many notable guests such as Thomas Edison, Alexander Graham Bell, Carl Sandburg, Admiral Richard Byrd, King Constantine of Greece and President Franklin D. Roosevelt.  One of the most famous guests of Hawthorn Hill arrived on June 22, 1927. Charles Lindbergh, returning to St. Louis just weeks after his nonstop flight over the Atlantic Ocean, stopped in Dayton to visit Orville Wright.     Following Orville's death January 30, 1948, his family placed the home for sale. Edward Deeds of the National Cash Register Corporation (NCR) purchased the estate, which is still used as a guesthouse for overseas visitors and dignitaries.    Information courtesy of the National Park Service.       http://www.nps.gov/nr/travel/aviation/haw.htm
Tips on the blog: http://blog.paulbellinger.com/2015/01/montana-wedding-photographer-romantic.html
01-28-2015 "Drab Winter"  Reflections on a dreary winter day.    Thank you for your comments on my photos.  My days have been very busy and I hope to be able to comment on your photos tonight.  I know I have missed some great ones. Donna
Manzanita is a common name for many species of the genus Arctostaphylos. They are evergreen shrubs or small trees present in the chaparral biome of western North America, where they occur from southern British Columbia and Washington to California, Arizona and New Mexico in the United States, and throughout Mexico. They are characterized by smooth, orange or red bark and stiff, twisting branches.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manzanita  Thank you for your views and comments! Critiques always welcome...  January 28, 2015
01/28/15
A Riot of Color  Edited in Topaz Impressiom
January 27, 2015  Train Through Town  Jasper Town Site Jasper National Park, Alberta  J in J 2015 - Trains travel through the Jasper town site all day long. Passenger trains come through regularly, but most of them are freight trains. The sound of the trains pulling in and out is just another reason I love Jasper!  * For the month of January I will, once again, be posting images from my annual trips to Jasper in January.
28/01/15 WE DIDN'T GET HIT TOO HARD BUT MANY STATES ARE STRUGGLING. MASS -FLOODING, POWER OUTAGES,CONNECTICUT - HIT VERY HARD ,WINDY, NY-NOT AS BAD AS EXPECTED, BUT IT IS GOING TO MOVE INTO CANADA TONIGHT . MY FAMILY IN NB AND NS ARE BRACING THEMSELVES FOR IT. DORCHESTER GETS A LOT OF WIND OFF THE BAY OF FUNDY SO MY BROTHER GOT EXTRA FUEL FOR GENERATORS.  OH CANADA XXXXX
01/26/15 - Barred Owl Box  For the full story, please check out my latest GeekMom post:  http://geekmom.com/2015/01/barred-owl-box/  HAGD, Maryann
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January 28 2015 Restrooms  Yes this building houses the restrooms in the park in Saugatuck Michigan.  We were there in October.  It was a week after I had prostate surgery so I needed to know where these were. :-)
1/28/15 - Sandbur-like winter seedheads; the light was nice.

Thanks for your comments on my shot of the white gumball machine. I'd never seen a whole machiine full of white gumballs before either.

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1/28/15 - Sandbur-like winter seedheads; the light was nice.  Thanks for your comments on my shot of the white gumball machine.  I'd never seen a whole machiine full of white gumballs before either.
1/28/15 - Sandbur-like winter seedheads; the light was nice.

Thanks for your comments on my shot of the white gumball machine. I'd never seen a whole machiine full of white gumballs before either.

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