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Mom n Dad (sunrise+sunset Spring wild+animals ). Photo by Char
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Mom n Dad

Uploaded by: Char

Thursday May 10, 2012

Moses Lake, WA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: He missed a rooster pheasant, so she took matters into her own paws...

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About Char

Char

I enjoy being outside and photographing nature and people in natural backgrounds. One of my favorite places is Alaska, if I can't be there it has to be in the Cascade Mountains of Washington State.

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