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D is for

Posted by clairdo2 (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 12, 09 at 10:14

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D is for Dominoes


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De Niro


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What a neat variety of D's, I will have to think of something.


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I got a D photo for yah

Duck, easter duck. At the place I work, could not resist, he made me smile. He quacks when you pat him on the head.

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D is for Deep Creek Lake, Maryland.


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"D is for Dessert"

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Have A Nice Day
Linesman


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for Dog.

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Ron


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Love all the imagination exhibited in these D's!

D is also for Dew:

Dew on Rose Leaf


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Daffodils emerging

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Dormant Dogwood
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Love the photos!!! bigjack, I love Deep Creek! Do you live there?

ronf, that is such a precious shot!

minrose, how could one not smile when seeing that? thanks!


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D is for doorways
Charleston SC

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Also..
Thank you all for this input with allot of creative photography!...keep up the good work, it's been allot of fun!!

Konrad

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i love these!!
lolol that ducky
i'm glad you all are doin' this, it's fun 'n i need all the happy i can get!

liannePA :o)


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Dirty Feet?
Actually sandy feet, but I needed a D! LOL!


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DOVE!!! I found a D! :)

Morning Doves


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Dog, This is my dog
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I had forgotten about this one back when the "D's" came up - daylily:

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Thats nice....it was enjoyable to browse through the D's again.


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