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|28||medium||My customary spot for coffee and a croissant at the bakery in Ocean Springs.|
|27||medium||Trapped in a small town with no cork screw.|
|26||medium||He moved in not long after the barge left.|
|25||medium||The new dock and boat slips in Ocean Springs, viewed from a tree that's near where the SE corner of the house might be.|
|24||medium||Cypress trees near Seagrove Beach, FL.|
|23||medium||I don't know their name, but the sight of them dangling below the fresh yellow-green spring leaves is far more important than the label.|
|22||medium||A male rufous-sided towhee, dedicated to harassing his reflection in the window.|
|21||medium||Passion, as only moths can know it.|
|20||medium||Two of the three hulls of the F-27 on a cold, grey day on Lake Lanier.|
|19||medium||You can see the fire in the wood, even now.|
|18||medium||A new mast being formed for the sailing vessel Governor Stone of Apalachicola.|
|17||medium||Shadow of sweetgum on sweetgum.|
|16||medium||No tripod and little light, but the color is the thing, not the depth of field.|
|15||medium||Hey, it worked for the persimmons, why not hickory nuts masquerading as strawberries to confound the birds? See November 18, 1999.|
|14||medium||Afternoon spring pond.|
|13||medium||The last days of last year's leaves.|
|12||medium||Catbriars on the move.|
|11||medium||They're galls of some sort, about 3" long.|
|10||medium||Poppy blossom. (from last fall)|
|9||medium||You've probably heard the song about him.|
|7||medium||It's a species of garter snake, called a big brown snake. The name makes little sense, though. This one was typical in size, about the diameter of a pencil and twice as long. Good camouflage, though.|
North Florida's answer to those ancient Chinese terracotta warriors.
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