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  1. Ohhhh we like that close up of the tree stump.
    Those pups look like my Uncles Shiba Inu Howard except Howard is all beige with black highlights. Mom says she loves rubbing Howard's tail.
    Hugs madi your bfff

    1. Hari OM
      Close - these are Akita Inu! Yxx

  2. Hello, wonderful scenes and views. One of my favorite is the dog photo. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

  3. The new bridge is still looking fabulous. As is the old one. And as are the Akita Inu.
    Cheers! Gail.

  4. Photos do speak volume. Coffee is on

  5. Wow, great pix! I'd have to work on my impulse to pee on that stump. BOL Going swimmie in that water would be great fun. It's wonderful to see you again, my very good friend.

  6. I love the tree stump too! I just photographed one the other day that a bear had torn apart. I love the geometric patterns in several of the other photos.

  7. Oooooo! I likes the flower wall! That is so cool...you can kind of stare at it and zone out! Not that I EVER do that....hehehehee
    Thanks for the beautifuls photos!
    Ruby ♥

  8. I really liked that first one and the second bridge photo!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

  9. Beautifully captured, YAM. namaste, janice xx

  10. love it... to see the details is great... the little things become really big that way ;o)

  11. The butterfly is beautiful ~ we are seeing so many more this summer. In Nati they have started a campaign a couple of years ago handing out milkweed plant seeds for monarch butterflies and it is working.
    Thanks for being a friend
    Sweet William The Scot

  12. These photos are all so interesting.

  13. What a wonderful selection, love the iron fencing!

  14. Hello, fun selection of images. I would not want my food lit on fire. Great photos and pretty views of the water and bridge. Happy Wednesday, enjoy your day!


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