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Posted by clairdo2 (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 15, 09 at 20:42

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clairdo, I *love* that photograph! That would be great in black and white or sepia, too. Lovely.
Pam


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Opuntia - Prickly Pear Cactus

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Obelisk


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O is for Ocean......


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This is a hard one, I guess I'll have to go guy some oysters or olives! back later


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Speaks for itself

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Good job, everyone!
JoanMN/FL


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Orange


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Clairdo, your photo could be of the back door to an old house on some property we own in N. C., right down to the window on the left , the grown up weeds and trees, and the steps going down into the yard. The biggest difference is our old house is grey- no paint on it at all.


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O is for Ouch!

Okay, so maybe he didn't hurt the flower. But if I'd gotten too close......

Wasp? Yellow Jacket??


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O is for ONION! Finally got one. Was looking for an octopus, but no luck, lol.


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clairdo2 that photo is perfect! I love, love, love it! Wonder what stories that place could tell..............

O is for just Opening:
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O is for Owl.

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Ron


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Orange-winged Amazon...on a trip to Colombia

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Konrad


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Nice!


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yea, something no one has posted yet! :-)
Old Faithful
Penny

LOVE the owl and Amazon. Cool birds!


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I saw this Osprey today, with fish, so I thought I would toss it in with the O's


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Love those birds! The owl looks like he's part of the tree.


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