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J is for

Posted by clairdo2 (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 17, 10 at 20:12

JAM
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J is for Jackmani Clematis
Jackmani Clematis


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Jumping: My daughter Jill competing at a horse show.


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At first I thought that "J" would prove to be a bit of a challenge but it appears that everyone has proven themselves worthy of the assignment...LOL.

When I first glanced at Clarido2's rendition of jam I must confess that it gave me the munchies so I had to stop and put the coffee on and grab a snack and Gymnmore has certainly put one over on me. For as much as I love shooting pictures of flowers when it comes to naming them I must confess that I don't know weeds from watermellons.

I love Alisndes jumping horse. All four feet of the horse are off the ground, Great action shot.

All I could come up with is "Junk". but then one mans junk is another mans treasure. Here is a picture of an old Fordson tractor that has long since passed its prime, but now proudly stands at the entrance to our local farmers market.

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RE: J is forJoy of taking picturs

sea gull the joy of taking picture


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jean shots
J is for jeans


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anna lisa...love your gull photo. Beautiful!


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Another J

J is for jonquils

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Thanks pfmastin for the nice comments I love taken action picture and with my new Nikon D 5000 it does a great Job
Anna


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J is for Jay....California scrub jay.


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All very nice!
One has to look hard for J pictures...got lucky

Jet streak..
May, 014


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I'm late with this one!
J is for "Jazzy cow" I collect these "Cows on Parade".


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Jackie O.....I believe I used this for a J photo before, but I like it.


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J. Bruce Ismay, president of White Star Lines and Titanic survivor, who erected this headstone for his employee. Taken at Fairview Lawn Cemetery, Halifax, Nova Scotia, final resting site for 121 victims of the Titanic sinking.


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