Discussion in 'The Sand Castle Lounge' started by vckums, Jan 19, 2006.
The following is a picture taken directly above these camels in the desert at sunset. The camels are the little white lines in the picture. The black you see are just the shadows!!
Sorry it's hard to see... here is a link to the larger pic.
Thats really neat Joey...You wouldn't even think it was a photo..more of a painting!
Hubby's new wheels
new pics! artyhat4:
Those pics are amazing! :hail:
As for my share:
It's so funny, you'll pee your pants I swear. Just a little heads up though: a few of them are BAD. Well, not the pictures, more like the text. But, they're still hilarious. :chuckle: :chuckle: :chuckle:
Tater~ Those are AWESOME pics!
Pretty cute Kitties Alice!
thanks! the rest of my photography is here-clicky
that cat thing is awesome Alice! ointandlaugh:
You take amazing pics Tater! Thanks for sharing the link!
My mom's dogs... demons in disquise!
So cute Vic!
[img=300x247]http://img241.imageshack.us/img241/1130/270913946efa38ec3d8ys6.jpg[/img]This picture needs no words.
Figured I'd stick a couple of my photos in here as well. The first one is under Johnny Mercer's peir at Wrightsville Beach. The second is Pippin that belongs to my old roomie.
Weird. I have a beach house in Wrightsville Beach. I think its on Lagoon......
Really? Cool! I live in Wilmington with my boyfriend and go to UNCW. I"m at Wrightsville all the time, especially down towards Masonboro Sound... lots of awesoe shells down there!
Here's a pic of our mini Christmas tree sitting on the window hedge upstairs. It turned out pretty cool (i wiggled the camera around in circle). <---for some reason, the wrod circle looks weird.....
My grandparents live in Wallace. On Stevens. My grandfather is the preacher at one of the churches. Warren Rivenbark. Yepp.
a young pygmy marmoset holds on to a branch at the Bronx Zoo in New York, Thursday, Dec. 14, 2006. This is one of two marmosets born on Aug. 20, and can be expected to reach a height of five inches and weigh in at one half pound. One of the smallest of all monkey species, the pygmy marmoset inhabits the jungles of Brazil, Ecuador and Peru.
I just want to hug this little guy!
HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY!
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