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Lowe Fire 51952 viewsIn this photo, a Camp Crew can be seen working the fire along a steep ridge.
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Soaring1970 viewsTaken 2/20/06
Nice contrast of the white seagull against the clear blue sky of Baja California. The seagulls were looking for a handout.

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Sonora Sunset2014 viewsTaken 11/11/06
The Baja California Peninsula of Mexico is considered part of the Sonoran Desert Region. This colorful Sunset was captured over the Mountains just South of San Felipe.

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On The Beach2164 viewsOn the beach at Poihale State Park. Several miles of warm sand along with some small sand dunes. We were one of only several groups along the entire stretch of beach.
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Sunset From The Beach House2171 viewsAfter a nice dinner at the Beach House in Poipu, we enjoyed this beautiful sunset from the lawn just outside the restaraunt.
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2760 viewsWestern Fence Lizards were everywhere. They seemed to sit just outside the doors and watch us come and go. They were about 4-5 inches long and very curious.

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Comet Holmes1882 viewsComet Holmes, normally only visible with the aid of telescopes has suddenly become brighter after emitting a large dust cloud. Now usually somewhat visible with the naked eye, it is definitely visible with binoculars.


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Mauna Loa1856 viewsTaken 4/6/06
Rising gradually to approximately 13,679 feet above sea level, Mauna Loa is the largest volcano on our planet. This enormous volcano covers half of the Island of Hawai`i and by itself amounts to about 85 percent of all the other Hawaiian Islands combined. Mauna Loa is among Earth’s most active volcanoes, having erupted 33 times since its first well-documented historical eruption in 1843. Its most recent eruption was in 1984. This photo was taken from the 13, 796 foot Summit of Mauna Kea.

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Hummer2077 viewsPhot taken 10/8/05 in my front yard. The Mexicam Sage attracts quite a few Humming Birds. This year (2006) we had as many as 8-10 at a time fighting over the bush's beautiful purple blooms.
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