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Wide Rainbow

One of the widest rainbows I’ve ever seen. This is looking due north which usually doesn’t have rainbows, they are usually to the west in the morning or east in the afternoon.

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Whale Of A Cloud

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Copper Plant Leaves (no forwarding address)

A year ago our Copper Plant was almost sucked dry by the winds from Hurricane Irma. We cut it down so low we were not sure if it would be able to recover. Well now its once again 6 feet high and ready for the next bit of storm to be blown by it.

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Kiss The Sky

Dare you not to see the side view of the face in the lower right side of the image. Big nose, pointy chin, and he’s puffing out some clouds.

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Another Golf Morning

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Copperleaf

A year ago Hurricane Irma seemed to have destroyed our Copperleaf plant. The winds basically dried out all of the leaves. We cut it down to maybe about 6″ above the ground. Ten months later it is almost 6 feet tall.

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Stormy Sunday

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End Of The Longest Day Of The Year

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Of Dragon Heads And Other Myths