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|31||medium||Pair of big primary winches on Boston Light II.|
|30||medium||A boatyard bike at Riverbend Marina, Ft. Lauderdale.|
|29||medium||So, the quick ones are somewhere else? Ft. Lauderdale|
|28||medium||Boston Light II at Dinner Key Marina. Miami.|
|27||medium||The latest in the battle of the bumper fish. Ocean Springs, but the car was from Texas.|
|26||medium||The final stages of dredging.|
|25||medium||Jason setting the spuds when the barge was moved, OS.|
|24||medium||Raccoons patrolled the spoil bank each night. OS|
|23||medium||Dredging in progress, OS.|
|22||medium||The truck that delivered the bulldozer to the harbor lot in Ocean Springs. Check that shine.|
|21||medium||Subtle sunset in Ocean Springs.|
|20||medium||Two blossoms on a backyard tree, blurred by wind motion.|
|19||medium||Buckhead pot head.|
|18||medium||A classic in JP's backyard.|
|17||medium||The noble Heinz surveys his realm.|
|16||medium||Poplar buds on a limb blown down by the wind.|
|15||medium||Holly leaf backlit by the morning sunr.|
|14||medium||The azalea-enhanced view from my desk in OS.|
|13||medium||1607 Porter with azaleas, Ocean Springs.|
|12||medium||Another casualty of the CVS invasion of Emory Village.|
|11||medium||The prevailing opinion on CVS in Decatur.|
|10||medium||Sweetgum burr on the driveway.|
|9||medium||Remember when you could mail a letter for a quarter?|
|8||medium||A pine cone in the fireplace.|
Fried ginger for Tom's Thai catfish. Unfortunately, the photos of the fish themselves were not very good. The fish, however, were fantastic.
|6||medium||Barbara's delicious coconut cream pie.|
|5||medium||Scenes from the new South. They're both $44.95 at the Ye Olde Pottery Barn or whatever that horrid place i north of Atlanta is named.|
|4||medium||Romance at the outlet mall in Dawsonville, GA.|
|3||medium||A kitchen visitor. When left alone, he flattens himself on the floor. When he feels threatened, he hops up into the air and lands on his toes, with legs arched. See the eyes?|
A pair of insects that fell into a plastic pitcher we use at the office for watering the plants. The ladybug apparently doesn't like to swim.
A heleboris bud in the back yard.
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