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Sunny Sunny Sunny Days

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Have yourself a good one, eh!

Linking to: Weekly Top Shot #150


Facial Expressions #1

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The one constant... we're all unique.



Mister and Madame

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Be sure to smile... often.


Monarch Caterpillar

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Eventually it will become a butterfly.



Naturally Yours

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A day of happiness belongs to you!


Linking to: Our World Tuesday


Darlings

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Hope you're having a good day.



Pollinator

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We need these little guys to spread the goodness (pollen).

Linking to: Weekly Top Shot



Girls Gone Grazing

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The essential joy of being with horses is that it brings us in contact with the rare elements of grace, beauty, spirit, and fire.  ~Sharon Ralls Lemon

Have yourself a wonderful day!




Royal Canadian Air Cadets

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On this day, I set out with no particular destination in mind.  I was hoping for some visual cue to pull me in some direction... et voila, bright yellow aircraft and a glider.


















Have a wonderful day or flight!


Linking to: Our World Tuesday


Yellow Eyes

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Happy birthday to all who are celebrating today or this month!


Linking to: The Bird D'Pot
Saturdays Critters
Weekly Top Shot


Barnboard, Tin and More

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Wishing each of you, a carefree today and tomorrow.


I Spy

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A tinge of red is the telling sign this is a juvenile male.





A pair of beautiful Downy Woodpeckers.  On the left is the male and on the right is the female.

Linking to: Our World Tuesday



At Rest... At Work...

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Remember, if you ate today thank a farmer.  :)



Thrasher

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Did you know the Brown Thrasher is the state bird of Georgia?  




Distorted

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Can't really complain... it's still functional.

Linking to: Weekly Top Shot


A-maze-ing

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Incredibly beautiful in their own way!


Foster Pioneer Cemetery

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It's interesting what one can discover when you least expect it.  As I drove down Fish Lake Road, I noticed this sign.  I looked around for evidence and eventually I noticed some headstones in the distance. It was quite aways from the road and over a farmers field away.  There was only a tractors path that led in the cemetery's direction.  Thankfully I was driving our SUV, but even then I realized there was only so far I could go.

I decided to walk the remainder of the way.  This wasn't a regularly visited graveyard by any stretch of the imagination.  In fact, it was sort of sad to see the grounds unkempt and headstones broken, toppled over and in many cases barely legible.















Leaves me wondering a number of things, especially its future.