7.08.2010

America


I think I'd need at least a year to figure out how to begin to capture "America." But the 4th of July does bring out a lot of American images. And the rest are just a few glimpses into our little piece of America over the past couple days.


I love these wild poppies just growing & overtaking a lot in the middle of town. I want to replace my lawn with a field of poppies.

Our local Powwow is held over the week of the Fourth of July every summer. 

The girls lining up for Grand Entry on July l4th.
Checking out the vendors while waiting to dance.  
the freedom of bare feet & yards of fence to climb on a summer evening
our sleepy little town

11 comments:

  1. Love the not-so red, white and blue photos. Especially the last one - still reminds me of American and it's such a great shot with the silhouette and the sun through the clouds.

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  2. That field of poppies is awesome!!! Great captures.

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  3. you live in one beautiful little sleepy town!

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  4. Wow! Lots of great picutres!

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  5. What fabulous pictures, The crowd waiting to dance and the poppies are my 2 favs but they are all wonderful.

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  6. Beautiful shots. I especially love the silhouette.

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  7. You live in a beautiful town! My favorite pic was the one of the bare feet, but so glad you showed us your town and friends.

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  8. You did such an amazing job of capturing America! I absolutely love it. Perfection! : )

    Glad you had such a wonderful fourth of July celebration. You do live in a great place. Wonderful!

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  9. Chelse Dullinger7/12/10, 4:28 PM

    My daughter, Melanie, is in the picture that you have of the grand entry. She is standing second from the left with the purple and pink outift and stars.

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  10. Chelsea I didn't even notice Melanie there when my kids were all lining up! She looks great!

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  11. Whose feet are those on the fence? Do you have the full picture

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