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Posted by clairdo2 (My Page) on
Fri, May 1, 09 at 14:48

TWINS

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Oh, that's cute!!

T is for Togetherness

The Macro Dilemma


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T Is For "Turtle"

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This picture was taken At Barefoot Landing Myrtle Beach, SC.

Have A Nice Day
Linesman


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T is for Tall Tree.....taken at the Mariposa Grove at Yosemite National Park, CA.


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clairdo, I love the twins!!!! Are they yours? I couldn't help but post this one. This is me and my brother in 1952. :) Being a twin has been a great joy in my life.

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My real post. < s > T is for Turtle
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oops...another turtle.

linesman, I like your swimming turtle.
Pam


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T is for a trio of ducks.

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Ron


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T is for THUNDERBIRD !


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Tree Swallow

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Konrad


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Susan, is that your husband's car? You can pick me up in it anytime!

And Pfmastin, does that picture say Baby Contest Winners? It's hard for me to read, but I can see that you both look so cute!


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Sorry it's sort of pretending they're twins. It's my sister and I. Almost twins lol


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Thrush

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Oh my gosh, everyone's photos are so good! Konrad, you always blow me away. I *love* the Thunderbird, too! It looks like I can reach out and touch the feathers on all the bird photos. Carol, the Redwoods are magnificent...it's hard to believe how large they are.

Alisande, yes...we were the winners. :) Are those lightning bugs in your photo?
clairdo, I never had a sister..I would think it would be as good as having a twin! < s >


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Susan, the T-Bird isn't ours, (I wish). It was taken at a car show given at our Valley falls park. from the other Susan


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No, not lightning bugs. Same general shape, but different markings and coloration. I don't think I was able to figure out what these are, exactly. I should post the question on the Insects forum.

Love the birds! I haven't seen a swallow or a thrush in ages. Or a towhee. Or an Evening Grosbeak. We used to see lots of different birds that don't seem to come here anymore. I hope that doesn't mean their numbers are diminishing. Our barn used to be home to loads of barn swallows. Where did they go?


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Towhee (California Brown) taking a bath. I love the towees here.


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Timber rattlesnake in my yard. This man collects the skins.
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T is for Tired dad! I worked him to hard I guess :)
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Tulips


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Vanda "Terete"

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crunchpa, that is beautiful! That your property?

tampaart, very nice!

konrad that is a wonderful photo, I just love it! The color is so vibrant, thanks!!!!


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Sorry Linda, I should have included the location of the photo. It was taken on a trip to Callaway Gardens in early April.


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Tractor
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