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Oct.19.  "Gourdgeous" shades of green for Indigo's color challenge (with a little dirt).
18.10.14 - Last of the Few  This is a composite I did a few weeks ago of two Spitfires against a sunset panorama. Some of us are doing a black and white challenge on Facebook and this was my effort yesterday
10.19.14  Gray. Or is it? This is what I have for today's color challenge.  I'm awake. YAY. Woke up and decided to post something here. Now I feel it is time to take some percocet and my ice pack and crawl back into bed. Surgery went fine. There was cancer in two lymph nodes, so they removed more than we had hoped. The same for the breast. The pathology will not be back for about a week, but there was scar tissue and they had to take a bigger perimeter then we had hoped for. I am told I will have a dent.
OCT 19 2014 Totem Pole, Capilano Suspension Bridge. Vancouver, BC
Sunday, October 19, 2014  "OLD MILL"  (featured in the opening sequences of the "Gone With the Wind" movie)  "The mill cannot grind with the water that is past." ~ Daniel D. Palmer  Perhaps the best-known movie location in Arkansas is the Old Mill in North Little Rock. In addition to being a stunning example of intricate work by Senor Dionicio Rodriguez, the authentic reproduction of an 1880s grist mill, the structure’s claim to fame is appearing in the opening sequences of the 1939 blockbuster, “Gone With the Wind.” It is considered by many sources to be the greatest motion picture of all time and ranked the #6 Greatest Movie of All Time by the American Film Institute. It is believed to be the only remaining structure from the movie.  "The Old Mill was honored on the fiftieth anniversary of the movie. It was also the site of the unveiling of the "Gone With the Wind" commemorative stamp. Through the years, stars from the movie such as Rand Brooks (Charles Hamilton) and Ann Rutherford (Carreen O'Hara) have visited the Mill." ~  Information reprinted from here: http://www.northlittlerock.org/attractions_detail/285  "Attesting to its popularity, postcards featuring the Old Mill have been circulated all over the world. It is constantly being photographed and has become a popular site for outdoor weddings. Pugh Memorial Park and the Old Mill serve as hosts for over 200 weddings and 100,000 visitors each year. Please join the thousands of visitors who enjoy the vanished era that has gone with the wind." ~ Information reprinted from here: http://www.northlittlerock.org/attractions_detail/285  Have a great day!   T.R. Pugh Memorial Park  3800 Lakeshore Drive  North Little Rock, AR  (photo taken 8/21/2014)  My Homepage: www.Godschild.smugmug.com
Day 287: Mini-pumpking display  - Oct 19.
The Caister Lion
Twilight at Seattle's Big Wheel
18OCT2014  The Half Built  Outbound from Council Bluffs the half built collects to Fremont. Climbing the hill to West Omaha 3276 crosses the 84th street trestle.  How bout those huskers! Thanks for looking at my work today!
Male American Kestrel - Snake River Birds of Prey area near Kuna, Id.
2014 Blue Ridge Parkway
Single color . If you look at the horizon line you will see a number of windmills.  We have a lot of offshore windmill parks around our country and they produce 30 % of our total power consumption and this percentage is increasing from year to year
Color Challenge,  As close a color as it is going to get with out a little pp. OCT 19 2014 Fire
10/18/2014 ~ Tunnel View  The Abandoned Baker Hotel Mineral Wells, Texas  This is the view of the tunnel that leads from the service area shown in yesterday's photo. I love the herringbone brick they used to pave an area not even used by guests. Despite the lack of care the building has received for over 40 years, it seems very well made and still structurally sound. With intense effort the hotel could be something grand again.   Thanks for the great comments on yesterday's service area shot!
Oct.19. "Gourdgeous" shades of green for Indigo's color challenge (with a little dirt).

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Oct.19.  "Gourdgeous" shades of green for Indigo's color challenge (with a little dirt).
Oct.19. "Gourdgeous" shades of green for Indigo's color challenge (with a little dirt).

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