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7/11/2014 ~ Delicate  I found these wonderfully delicate and wispy wildflowers in the Chihuahuan Desert surrounding Carlsbad Caverns. If you go to the Caverns you will see signs for a 9 mile scenic drive. Take it! It's wonderful! The gravel road goes up and down through the beautiful desert, full of life and fantastic scenery.   Thank you for the wonderful comments on my selective color coffee pot shot yesterday!!  Edited to add: Thank you Rick for identifying these flowers! They are 'Apache Plume' (Fallugia paradoxa) a member of the rose family.
10.07.14 - Fire in the Sky  It has been a long time since ! used a sunset for my Daily, but I think it has been worth the wait! We were watching the season finale of "Bones" on TV and I saw this colour suddenly developing in the sky. I grabbed the Nikon and literally ran down to the river to get the reflections in the water. Some evenings I just walk out into the back garden and shoot the sunset, but I knew this one was going to be special and deserved a bit more that a few silhouettes of houses! I caught up with "Bones" later :)
1959 Aston Martin DBR 1 - After a racing history, that included winning the Nurgburgring, the body of this beauty was restored. The hood badge, however, still shows the scars of that history.
Sheesh,,,,yak yak yak yak,,,, A hot little doggy and his thoughts!  11/07/2014 and it is nice today!
July 11, 2014  Reluctant Dragonfly -  this one did not like posing, would not sit in the sun,  and has defied my ability to identify it by species.  But I like the bokeh
July 11 - Grassy Edge  Thanks for all your comments on my bench image I posted yesterday.  This is another one from around the same area.
July 11.  This was the only strand of red in the field, which really stood out to me.  Sunday is Z, then what?
"The Tumbling Bear..."  Rob Harrison, "The Tumbling Bear" has been flying the Planes of Fame Airshow since the early 1990's.This shot shows him flying a military trainer from the Czech Republic, the Zin 142c. This planeand it's predecessors, the 42 and straight 142, though introduced as  civilian aerobatic trainers, are true warbirds, used by many of our Cold War adversaries as the basic trainer for combat pilots. It has even been used as a fighter. What makes this plane interesting is, it has a supercharged inverted 6 cylinder motor, and the propeller spins backwards, also made in Czech. There's only about six of these in the US and Rob is the only one flying airshows with it. http://www.harrisonairshows.com/index.html  Planes of Fame Air Show, May 3-4, 2014 Chino Airport Chino, CA  Thanks for your views and comments!  Critiques welcome...  11 July 2014
July 10 2014 My grandson came to visit with his mom today.  Charles was the one who was born last Sept and spent the first couple of weeks in NICU.  All is well now and he's a happy, healthy little boy.
07/06/14 - Y  My Blog  My contribution to the alphabet challenge for Y.  Taken at the Steve Gerberich exhibit and The Museum of Life and Science in Durham this past Christmas season.  HAGD,  Maryann
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"Snug"...07/11/2014...
Golden hour  Jul 11 Sun setting over Jordan lake, peeking through the trees.
07-11-2014 "Beautiful Day At The Rez"  A view from the dock I posted a few days ago.  These are condos on a cove of the reservoir.  Those pink trees are another variety of crepe myrtles.  The sky was amazing the day I took this photo.  There was lots of artwork in the clouds.  Thank you for your comments on my "Natchez" crepe myrtle shot yesterday.   Donna
7/11/2014 ~ Delicate

I found these wonderfully delicate and wispy wildflowers in the Chihuahuan Desert surrounding Carlsbad Caverns. If you go to the Caverns you will see signs for a 9 mile scenic drive. Take it! It's wonderful! The gravel road goes up and down through the beautiful desert, full of life and fantastic scenery.

Thank you for the wonderful comments on my selective color coffee pot shot yesterday!!

Edited to add: Thank you Rick for identifying these flowers! They are 'Apache Plume' (Fallugia paradoxa) a member of the rose family.

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7/11/2014 ~ Delicate  I found these wonderfully delicate and wispy wildflowers in the Chihuahuan Desert surrounding Carlsbad Caverns. If you go to the Caverns you will see signs for a 9 mile scenic drive. Take it! It's wonderful! The gravel road goes up and down through the beautiful desert, full of life and fantastic scenery.   Thank you for the wonderful comments on my selective color coffee pot shot yesterday!!  Edited to add: Thank you Rick for identifying these flowers! They are 'Apache Plume' (Fallugia paradoxa) a member of the rose family.
7/11/2014 ~ Delicate

I found these wonderfully delicate and wispy wildflowers in the Chihuahuan Desert surrounding Carlsbad Caverns. If you go to the Caverns you will see signs for a 9 mile scenic drive. Take it! It's wonderful! The gravel road goes up and down through the beautiful desert, full of life and fantastic scenery.

Thank you for the wonderful comments on my selective color coffee pot shot yesterday!!

Edited to add: Thank you Rick for identifying these flowers! They are 'Apache Plume' (Fallugia paradoxa) a member of the rose family.

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