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Susan Hamrick
Attended Wayne State University
Lives in Plymouth MI
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Shawnee Chief Tecumseh carved out of Black Walnut by Neil Coxx in 1999. Windsor Art Gallery.
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Fantastic macro dear +Susan Hamrick!
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+mari m , thanks again. It is truly amazingly beautiful country!
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You're very welcome dear Friend....and thank you :-))))))
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sounds lovely!
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Abandoned trestle and bridge over Dead Horse Gulch from the White Pass and Yukon RR.
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Very beautiful macro dear +Susan Hamrick!
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Today's theme is "Just Red"

Welcome back and speedy recovery Johnny!!
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Excellent +Susan Hamrick​. Thanks for joining in 
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+mari m , awww thank you, dear Mari! I so appreciate your nice comments. Be well, my dear friend! :)
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+RustySunday , my pleasure! One of my favorite themes! :)
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Avid amateur photographer.
Introduction
I live in the Detroit Michigan suburb of Plymouth, which is a wonderful small community known for it's many activities in and around its town square:  Kellogg Park.  Our two most well known events are our Ice Festival in January and our Art in the Park in July.  

I am a life-long Michigan resident and have lived in the Metro-Detroit area my whole life.  

I have been lucky enough to have traveled extensively in the US and Canada.  I have been in over 40 states and 7 Canadian Provinces.  I love the southwest and Alaska, probably because they are both so different from Michigan.  I have been to Alaska four times. .I have done a lot of traveling in the last few years: Isle Royal  National Park; Texas; Nevada;Utah; Northern Ontario; Michigan's West Coast and  Upper Peninsula; Death Valley and Anza Borego Desert State Park in California.  I am looking forward to another great year of new experiences since I am now fully retired! I just returned from a 55 day roadtrip through 7 US states and 6 CA provinces that included Alaska and the Yukon.  

Most of my photography revolves around my travels. However,  I am a avid gardener and love flowers and a lot of my photographs are  macros taken in my garden, botanical gardens and nature areas.  
Bragging rights
I survived raising twin boys, now 33 years old, by myself since they were two years old!
Education
  • Wayne State University
    Biology, 1964 - 1969
  • Redford Union High School
    1961 - 1964
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Original photo from blog.yebhi.com “Life is like photography. You need the negatives to develop.” by Unknown author