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Sunday, 25 July 2010


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Love the deer photos! And the sunsets? Wow! Beautiful!

Awwwww, deer frolicking in puddles! That's so sweet! They look like they're having fun, great photo moment! Times like that it's so cool how portable and available digital cameras are. :)
Sunset photos are beautiful too. We just recently moved and I've already accumulated more photos of the sun setting every night than any one person could every possibly have need for...but it's so addictive. :)

deer in mud puddles and a beautiful sunset. Tis is a perfect post

Great Post! Love the tie-in between the deer family and the families at the lake....we had a great sunset at the Lincoln Memorial in DC...that place is awe-inspiring....now I'm beat after a long, hot day in our nation's capital. (I saw a Robert (?) Essig book construction at the Smithsonian Crafts museum and some other wonderful creative things. And the National History Museum has a special exhibit on "Paper Engineering: Fold, Pull, Pop and Turn" that was kind of fun, but far too limited....your Art Continuums have spoiled me for the Smithsonian Exhibits!!--but I still can have some good fun here!)

Great post Ginny, shame about the tough old chook, but sounds like everything else has been wonderful!

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