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Pastry Dish my wife made back in July 4th, 2008To view the full sized image, you must have a modern browser that supports WebP
Mommy and Baby bird taken in our front yard:To view the full sized image, you must have a modern browser that supports WebP
This was taken at the Dallas Arboretum
To view the full sized image, you must have a modern browser that supports WebP NOTE: Jennifer and I do not necessarily agree with every display at the Dallas Arboretum; however, we felt that this particular picture was family friendly.
Here are a couple of mallard pictures my wife and/or I got lucky with around 2005. They were taken a "long" time
ago back when we where visiting the Myriad Botanical Gardens in OKC
(If you are near OKC please visit them)
The mallard pictures were taken so long ago, I don't remember if it was my wife or myself that took them, but we still enjoy them to this day.
Jennifer took these in 2012
I took this in 2012 at the OKC Zoo
I don't know what this is, but I took it in the front yard of a place I used to live at:
Here is a rose:
Here is a picture of a Lorikeet that either my wife or I took at the OKC Zoo in 2010 (I'm pretty sure my wife took the picture since I was pretty busy dodging the Lorikeet crossfire - if you know what I mean...):
Here is a picture of a turtle from the Botanical Gardens mentioned above:
Here are several other pictures that my wife and I took around the 2004/2005 timeframe:
A 2004 Oklahoma/Texas Classic from a the local Wildlife Refuge (Please Visit)
Jennifer took this picture. She took it at the wildlife refuge:
Taken at the wildlife refuge mentioned above. If you know what they are, send me and email an let me know. Home/About Shawn.
"Mountain" scenes from the Wildlife Refuge mentioned above:
Here are some colorful trees:
Here is a windy road:
A sunset at the wildlife refuge:
Here is a Mimosa Tree picture I took on a really cool looking night. It might make for a good theme bar in supporting internet browsers but remember that it is c2005 by Shawn Eary released under the <%: Html.ActionLink("FCML", "FCML", "Home")%>
Here are some really fluffy clouds:
Here is a similar picture with a different sunset shade:
"... See how the lilies of the field grow. They do not labor or spin. Yet I tell you that not even Solomon in all his splendor was dressed like one of these." Matthew 6:28-29 (NIV)