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Showing off his eagle    Mounted Kazakh eagle hunter, Western Mongolia    Other photos of the eagle hunters, their horses and their birds can be seen here: http://goo.gl/mOXr6Y    29/03/15 www.allenfotowild.com
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Chihuly Glass at the Garfield Conservatory in Chicago with Koi
When winter has finally well and truly departed, ice is the only thing I'll miss.  Ice in all its marvelous myriad forms.  DP088-2015  Posted Sunday, March 29; processed ditto River ice in the splash zone.  Huron River at Gallup Park.  Taken March 28. Additional photos of the weird shapes in which the ice formed can be seen in this gallery:  http://arctangent.smugmug.com/SeasonsoftheYear-3/1st-Winter/Snow-and-Ice-details/6892531_52KFj8  Title:  Ice Cold Lemonade - Consolation Prize for Freezing Spring Temperatures
July 20, 2013  This unusual 1950 Chrysler Windsor was at the same car show as the car photo I showed yesterday.  However, it's most unusual feature is that the owner has ground all of the paint off down to the bare metal.  I don't think I've ever seen a car done this way before, but it was pretty cool.  Have a day filled with shiny, happy things.  Linda
American Bald Eagle - near Olympia, Wa
W for Winter and low sun over the North Sea.  Kresten Refslund
July 24, 2013  This is one of the windows in the beautiful Bethel Methodist Church near the now non-existent town of Boz, Texas about 3 miles from where we live.  The current church was built in 1924 and stands across the streeet from an old cemtary that was established in approximately 1860.  It is a lovely, small church and just a real gem in the area.  It was used in the opening and closing scenes of the movie "Places in the Heart" that was filmed around Waxahachie's general area.  The church that was seen most in the movie was in nearby Palmer, Texas.  According to a local blog, This church was used in the beginning and the end of the movie. At the end was an emotional scene about forgiveness. It's a very interesting peaceful setting. The church is in the vicinity of the community of Boz.  To see an exterior photo of the church, click here:  http://lgood.smugmug.com/Architecture/Buildings/7752393_7Pg76q#!i=2646591988&k=tqrrdjX  Have a blessed day today my friends, Linda
For the last 3 days we had a visit of 5 family members. We were very busy entertaining them so I had little time to post pictures. One of them was my youngest granddaughter, a real darling, so I shall share this picture with you
Wood Duck - Nisqually Wildlife Refuge near Olympia, Wa
Wellington Arch, with its bronze 'quadriga', a four horse chariot of war, being visited by the angel of peace.  The local time for this shot was 6:50 am.  (If you're viewing the EXIF data, you'll see that my camera was still on EDT for the USA.)  DP026-2015  Posted Monday, January 26; processed ditto. There was mist in the air, and heavy dew on the ground when I walked over to Hyde Park Corner, and later Green Park, from our hotel on Piccadilly.  I think there were more planes in the air than there were pedestrians in the park at that time, early on a Saturday morning.  Taken Saturday, August 25, 2007 Hyde Park Corner, London, UK  Title:  Wings Over Hyde Park Corner  Thanks so much for the generous response to yesterday's post of the Canada Gate between Green Park and Buckingham Palace.
3/29/15 - A Morgan parked in downtown Santa Fe; thought I'd let you folks see what the entire car looks like.  Thanks for your comments on my shot of the outside of the Museum of Contemporary Indian Art.
Older shot, Sunset from Makaha Beach, Oahu 3 29 2015
Another in my informal series of shots that have naturally occuring holiday colors of red and green.  This is one of the hanging baskets at the conservatory.  Each contained, in order of decreasing visual impact: poinsettia, grown for its colorful foliage, a second type of foliage plant (pale green), some flowering plant with small red blossoms on narrow stalks (maybe a kind of salvia or sage?), and a third foliage plant with frilly divided tops which might be some kind of dwarf papyrus - just a guess.    DP341-2014  Posted Sunday, December 7; processed December 6 from a photo taken ditto.  This is the anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, which precipitated the U.S.A. entry into World War II.  Take time to reflect on the heroism of those who fought back and who attempted to rescue the sailors on the sunken and sinking ships, as well as giving aid to those caught in the land attacks.    Title:  Red and Green Natural Scene - IN10406    Thanks for the comments on my mystery mallard shot yesterday and the feedback as to a likely interpretation.  All are welcome and appreciated.
A Tim Horton's doggy on a cold day! Most coffee shops give little pets a Tim bit , so she might be waiting for her treat. (Thanks Rick) xx It is snowing a little today but TGIF!  Will comment later and a wonderful weekend to all!! xx 28/03/15
Showing off his eagle

Mounted Kazakh eagle hunter, Western Mongolia

Other photos of the eagle hunters, their horses and their birds can be seen here: http://goo.gl/mOXr6Y

29/03/15 http://www.allenfotowild.com

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Showing off his eagle    Mounted Kazakh eagle hunter, Western Mongolia    Other photos of the eagle hunters, their horses and their birds can be seen here: http://goo.gl/mOXr6Y    29/03/15 www.allenfotowild.com
Showing off his eagle

Mounted Kazakh eagle hunter, Western Mongolia

Other photos of the eagle hunters, their horses and their birds can be seen here: http://goo.gl/mOXr6Y

29/03/15 http://www.allenfotowild.com

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