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|30||medium||Bulletin board detail.|
|29||medium||The ground level view from the back portion of the harbor lot.|
|28||medium||Catboat ghosting into the harbor at dusk. Ocean Springs.|
|27||medium||The approximate view from where the front porch of the house would be. I was standing on top of the cab of the track hoe.|
|26||medium||The view out the window of the little house in Ocean Springs.
Several of the images below are old; CI Host, my Internet hosting service, has been off line.
|24||medium||Wheel of a tired bait boat, Ocean Springs.|
|23||medium||Weathered log on Horn Island.|
|22||medium||House on the south bay at Ile au Haut, Maine.|
|21||medium||Deer skull sculpture.|
|20||medium||Sea grass dislodged by a storm and cast up on the inside beach at Horn Island.|
|19||medium||Southern gothic roadside weeds.|
|18||medium||Full moon over south Georgia cabbage patch.|
|17||medium||Lagoon dock at Gulf Shores.|
|16||medium||Migrating sulphur butterly on a salvia blossom.|
|15||medium||It says "18 Wheelers Keep Out."|
|14||medium||Drooped, yellowed, and doomed by frost.|
|13||medium||Nandina leaves graciously providing a simple illustration of fractal theory.|
|12||medium||The stub of the stem on a clementine.|
|11||medium||Annie's beach glass in the sun by the garden pond.|
|10||medium||Last winter at Crane's Beach, near Ipswich, MA. Large image is 1152 X 864 for screen background use. Other sizes available, too.|
|9||medium||They're beyond cute.|
|8||medium||A box of Spanish clementines from the Dekalb Farmers Market.|
|7||medium||Dangerous trio lurking in the cabinet.|
|6||medium||The elusive kitchen bass. (oven mitt)|
|5||medium||Ladybug larva dining on an aphid.|
|4||medium||An adult ladybug grooming itself. There were larvae, pupae, and adults on a clump of ivy, probably drawn by the numerous aphids. The aphids were experiencing heavy casualties.|
|3||medium||I don't recall the name of these. The closer you got, the better they looked.|
|2||medium||Wild grape leaves.|
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