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W is for

Posted by clairdo2 (My Page) on
Wed, May 13, 09 at 9:50

WHEELBARROW
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That's a good one!

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Konrad


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Nice wheelbarrows!

W is for Wren (with treat)

Wren in Tree (with treat)


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Wisteria


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Where is that witeria, it's beautiful...


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W is for Waterfalls. Taken outside Twin Falls, ID.


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Washington Monument

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Waterfalls again.
Notice my son in the upper left to give you an idea of the size.

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Ron


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WALKING the dog.


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Claire.....The wisteria is on one of the narrow side streets in the Old City neighborhood, Philadelphia.


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wonderful wonderful photos!

W is for...Waterspout Watching

:o)


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That's a cool photo summerwine.....More wisteria.


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W Is For "White Corvet"

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Have A Nice Day
Linesman


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Summerwine, I love that!

Linesman, I would love to have that! It looks like early to mid-1960s. Am I right?


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and when alisande isn't drivin' it, can i!? preety pleeeeeez?


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Summerwine's is very unique! Wisteria & Waterfall are lovely!

Konrad


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alisande

The "Corvette" is a 1962 --You were close!!!

summerwine

If you happen to be in Myrtle Beach

Have A Nice Day
Linesman


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White wings

Great Egrets

Fuji 8000 Gatorland, FL


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Very nice!


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Beautiful, gor-gor! It looks like Chinese art. :)


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Wildflower yesterday

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