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L is for

Posted by clairdo2 (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 4, 09 at 15:47

LAKE
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L is for lizard......taken at Ragged Point, CA.


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L is for LOVE. Our son and Allie, who needs to be a little more modest!


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Lake


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Lizzie!

(my granddaughter)

Liz in black & white


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another "love" entry. Just a little playing around with our wedding rings. My photographer sucked, so I tried to get some detail shots later.
Penny


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another lake

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Ron


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Lizzard Lovers


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Lake Whitefish

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Konrad


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Leucojum

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Lattice


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crunchpa,I love that lattice work! So cool! Is this at your home?
Penny


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Great pictures! Love the lattice crunchpa!!

L is for Lalique Crystal
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LIQUID

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Runs out of the pocket like water.


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The lattice was located in the backyard of the Rockefeller estate in Tarrytown,NY. I agree that it is very nice. I love the picture frame/portal cutouts in the lattice, that feature different highlights in the yard depending where you stand.


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Lichens

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Nikon D80


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L is for Laff! which, according to ben franklin (and me), is how this word should be spelled

(this photo was an attempt at high key effect)

one day this mule walked up to me and told me once he'd gone into a bar and the 'tender asked him "why the long face?"

lianne :o)
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HeeHee Hee


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