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N is for

Posted by clairdo2 (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 13, 09 at 20:11

Nightime

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Couldn't you find a larger pic clairdo2??haha just pickin'


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I was just wondering what my "N" entry would be.
It's another night unfortunately. Night in Atlanta Centennial Park
Penny


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subject

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Needles

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Fuji 8000


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Niagra


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North shore (of Lake Superior).

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Ron


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N is for NAPTIME.


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Kurmudgeon i don't know how to make it smaller. I've been reading the instructions on photobucket but just can't figure it out. Sorry...


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I was just teasing you...You make em as big as you want...


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N is for November...and Negative space

lianne :o)


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Narcissus

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ronf

ronf, I recognize that view. We lived in Duluth for 7 years. :) Beautiful photo!
Pam


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Northern Flicker
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Konrad


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Thanks, Pam.
Duluth is a beautiful city; but the Winters get a bit chilly.

Ron


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Nellie Moser
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"Uhh, ahhh!"

Great shots guys. Especially like Konrad's and Gmom's shots.


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N is for newborn......


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Well now there is some on the spot reporting.


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Oooh, Carol--makes me want to do it again!!

Great pics, everyone. Love those flickers!

N is for Nymph

Katydid Nymph on a Rosebud


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I always like a bug photo.


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Me, too. :-)


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Neat Nymph, Susan.

Ron


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