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Detail from a 1920s photo of a bathing beauty contest in Biloxi.
Ever wonder what to do with those AOL cds?
Tie-down on the abandoned rail spur at the mill in Newnan.
Bottom view of the water tower in Newnan.
The mailbox with this morning's dusting of snow.
The cow, the moon, and the stars are on the lid of Rosemarie's folk art kitchen trash can.
Smoked salmon and goat cheese omelet, grits with portabelos.
Water tower in Newnan, GA.
An early bloomer in the back yard.
From the cemetary in Marietta, Georgia.
A pair of semi-wild mallards in the creek adjacent to the office in Atlanta.
One of the less successful stores at the outlet mall in Opelika, AL. They're in the midst of a going-out-of-business sale.
Don't they know that the emergency care for the Titanic was not quite what you would call "high quality"? OS.
The cutouts are in the end panels of a wooden bench found in the marsh. Probably a hurricane casualty. Now a fixture of the front porch in OS.
The grey streaks are Mississippi sandhill cranes, two of only about 100 in existence. They're strolling across the savannah in the refuge near Gautier.
The R. A. Miller car tag on the Volvo. R.A's an artist and whirlygig maker from Rabbittown, GA. OS.
Petals of fallen camelia blossoms. OS.
The mushroom in the foreground is just emerging from the ground. The one in the middle and the one in the rear are progressively older. OS.
This smelly mushroom appeared in Rosemarie's herb garden. The odor is awful; you can smell it 50 feet away on a dry day. Note the flies. As I recall, the spores are in that nasty brown liquid at the top and the flies help disperse it. OS.
A detail from a bluejay feather. The previous owner was apparently a cat victim. Depending on your video setup, you may see some interference patterns (wavy lines formed by the scan lines on your monitor and the lines in the feather).. OS.
The end of a grueling aerobic landscaping workout. The gloves have had it. OS.
An early azalea blossom in the front yard. OS.
A pair of early azalea buds, looking bit like Flipper in pink.. OS.
The Marine Mart from the water. The canopy is a recent addition.. OS.
A crane fly. They resemble huge mosquitos, but they don't bite. Notice the two rods with balls on the end that come off the thorax. Here's a detailed portion of the large image.. OS.
A fine line of pines, Deer Island.. OS.
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