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Wayne S. Grazio / 2,955 items

N 195 B 3.1K C 5 E Jun 11, 2015 F Oct 15, 2019
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I stare at this image a lot. I ask myself how . . . and why . . . and feel so helpless in making a difference. I know a lot of people care. I know a lot more people are living at the door's edge a paycheck away from homelessness on the streets. And that's a scary place to be. It's a scene each and everyone of us could end up in given a wrong set of circumstances or decisions.

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N 247 B 3.9K C 16 E Oct 14, 2019 F Oct 14, 2019
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California ground squirrel (Otospermophilus beecheyi) Keeping the family safe through situational awareness. We learn everything from nature.

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N 248 B 5.7K C 17 E Jan 16, 2019 F Oct 13, 2019
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Acorns, the nut of the oak tree, has been a staple of California Indian diet for more than 4,000 years, and for many groups, the most important plant food. Native Californians harvested 10 or more species of acorns, with the tanbark oak, black oak, blue oak, and valley oak being preferred species. Acorns are extremely nutritious, containing up to 18 percent fat, 6 percent protein, and 68 percent carbohydrate as well as vitamins A and C and many amino acids.

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N 253 B 5.7K C 21 E Aug 21, 2013 F Oct 12, 2019
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A day hiker moves along the well worn path that transverses the Los Penasquitos Canyon Reserve, a natural landscape that was once all of San Diego, California. It is kept natural for future generations to experience and connect with nature.

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N 321 B 4.9K C 30 E Mar 27, 2019 F Oct 11, 2019
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Foxtail plants can be risky for your dog. The barbed seed heads of the foxtail plant can work their way into any part of your dog or cat, from the nose to between the toes and inside the ears, eyes, and mouth. They can even simply dig themselves directly into a patch of skin. The foxtail plant is a grass-like weed. They are beautiful to image when you come across a patch that is drying out from age and the sun.

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