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N 42 B 1.3K C 76 E Feb 20, 2011 F Mar 24, 2011
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Eureka, Missouri

"This feeling emblazed inside,
every nerve like a firefly
hovering above me
glowing divine."

Tags:   Delerium

N 116 B 2.7K C 125 E Feb 13, 2012 F Feb 20, 2012
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Wildwood, Missouri

What a black (and white) day it was.

"One more time around."

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N 3 B 848 C 18 E Feb 14, 2010 F Mar 7, 2010
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Near Weldon Spring, Missouri

*** My first EXPLORED! Thank you!

The Daniel Boone Bridge carries seven lanes of I-64 across the Missouri River at the edge of St. Louis County. In this photo, the bridge is approximately 1 mile away. The view is from the northern tip of Howell Island, looking down Centaur Chute where it merges into the Missouri River.

Tags:   Daniel Boone Bridge Weldon Spring Chesterfield Missouri

N 69 B 1.0K C 100 E Apr 5, 2011 F Apr 11, 2011
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St. Louis, Missouri

"And I know I could be lost
and always too soon it's over,
but there's everything to feel
and there's everything to discover."

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N 33 B 1.6K C 57 E Oct 24, 2010 F Oct 26, 2010
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Steelville, Missouri

Hello, Flickr friends. I have been absent for the last couple of days, being occupied with a very enjoyable but exhausting photo road trip through the Ozarks. The weather was gorgeous, still warm enough for shorts and sandals, yet pleasantly breezy and with just the right variety and sun and clouds in the sky--and even a full moon at night. I traveled to many different locations, some new to my experience and some places that are dear old friends to me, and I returned home with a massive number of images. I am very pleased with the overall results--the trip far exceeded my hopes--and, of course, I am looking forward to posting my favorite shots here. For this reason, I have created a new set, "My October symphony"--which is, indeed, what it felt like I was composing across these two days. Gradually, one by one, you will see photos from my journey added to this set.

I hope these images impart some of the personal wonder that I constantly feel for this corner of the world--the Missouri Ozarks. As always, I thank you for visiting.


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