August 31, 2006

The Eye!

The All Seeing Eye!


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August 29, 2006


Let Us Pray!


He Isn't Praying But He's Thinking About It.

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August 26, 2006


Sunset at Fort Walton Beach Florida


This shot was taken from a moving car

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August 23, 2006

Are You Talking To Me!

This catfish likes hotdogs. That is why he is in Jessies hands instead of the water.


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August 18, 2006

Shrooms Anyone!

Man Thats Trippin


I sure would not eat them, but they look cool

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August 17, 2006

Stag Beetle!

Run For Your Lives


This Stag Beetle landed on our front porch last night and had the girls running for their lives.

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August 15, 2006

And You Wonder Why.....

The United States Of America is in such a state of decline. This is exactly what politicians love...government schools keeping the masses ignorant.

More Know 'Dwarfs' Than Justices

Three quarters of Americans can correctly identify two of Snow White's seven dwarfs while only a quarter can name two Supreme Court Justices, according to a poll on pop culture released Monday.

According to the poll by Zogby International, commissioned by the makers of a new game show on pop culture called "Gold Rush," 57 percent of Americans could identify J.K. Rowling's fictional boy wizard as Harry Potter, while only 50 percent could name the British prime minister, Tony Blair.

The pollsters spoke to 1,213 people across the United States. The results had a margin of error of 2.9 percentage points.

Just over 60 percent of respondents were able to name Bart as Homer's son on the television show "The Simpsons," while only 20.5 percent were able to name one of the ancient Greek poet Homer's epic poems, "The Iliad" and "The Odyssey."

Asked what planet Superman was from, 60 percent named the fictional planet Krypton, while only 37 percent knew that Mercury is the planet closest to the sun.

Respondents were far more familiar with the Three Stooges - Larry, Curly and Moe - than the three branches of the U.S. government - judicial, executive and legislative. Seventy-four percent identified the former, 42 percent the latter.

Twice as many people (23 percent) were able to identify the most recent winner of the television talent show "American Idol," Taylor Hicks, as were able to name the Supreme Court Justice confirmed in January 2006, Samuel Alito (11 percent).

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August 12, 2006

Riding The Rail!

This picture was taken on some tracks near my wifes work. I just sat the camera on the rail. Notice the reflection of the trees on the rail.


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August 09, 2006


This atmospheric shifting of the clouds was developing last evening but produced very little rain.

Shot with the Cannon Sureshot A540. Setting=Auto/cloudy


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August 06, 2006

Beetle Upsidedown!

Here is the same beetle after the wife knocked it off her neck.


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August 02, 2006

Fashion Jewelery!

This beetle landed on my wifes neck the other night at the Pecocks party. I kept telling her to hold on until I could get a picture. She was freaking out but I was able to get this shot. The beetle was Hugh.


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