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I have not had a lot of time to do much with my camera, I have landed in Maine, It was a bumpy beginning seeing how the transfer did not go smooth, the jobs I…

I know that Marie-Antoinette supposedly said this during the French Revolution and believe it or not it has been a debate for ages, **spoiler alert** I don't…

From the humbling beginnings as a small eye filled spud to the starch shaking, french fry wiggling, Baked butt strutting, King of root vegetables every where,…

That's right you Hunk-a hunk-a Burning love Photo folks I celebrate even at work, Happy 82nd to the King of Rock-n-Roll Post scrip . . . Ya I know there is…

Somethings never change, I have 2 very constant things in my life, one is that I fight squirrels all year from eating and taking over my feeders and the other…

I am still going through my stored images from a couple months ago. I came across these in the woods and I just thought they were cool, and could help thinking…

Yes I said magnet, My 2 partners in crime Matt and Craig and I were having coffee one day we were talking about magnets and the next thing you know, flash…

I know they are not, but they are way cool to look at and remind me of the fossil imprints you see in the museums and in books.

Cardinal, Tufted Titmouse, Chickadee. I am still going through my photos from the other day, I was so Happy about the woodpecker I forgot some of the other cool…

I see some of us on here are posting their best photo of 2018, well I do not know if I have a "best" photo. I am just a shutter bug wanna-be compared to all of…

This is something that took over 40 years to see this guy, The Red-bellied woodpecker. I have live in this state (Massachusetts) and until this month I have…

And because it is not photos of Coos Canyon part 6...LOL Here is an older one with the real Santa, for I am but a lowly Evil Elf

Thank you for your indulgence, another reason to go pro, easy posting and editing. And then we were on the road North again to see what we could see . . .

The Swift River is a popular place to either pan for gold or swim at Coos Canyon, a 32-foot (10 meter) high gorge where the water depth occasionally exceeds 20…

It was settled as Township No. 8, then incorporated on January 24, 1833 as Byron, named for the English poet Lord Byron. Nicknamed Hop City, agriculture was…

Although I have always thought of myself as a pro in may things, Sarcasm, starkness, Invisible golden cockroach juggling and the never popular silent Yodeling.…

Coos Canyon is a Gorge created my Mother Nature a big ass glacier and a big ole batch of Gold miners. It is located in Byron Maine, and is totally a awesome…

This is what I made for dinner last night not bad if I do say so myself Sesame Teriyaki Chicken with white rice and broccoli, it tasted great. (Andi Your mom…
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