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Geoff Cummins
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Artemis night at the Sallal Grange!
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4/20/15
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Saw this at the Tulip festival in Mt Vernon. .. We don't want fudge anymore. .
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Sometimes Comcast's Voice to text voice mails are pretty funny... Have a great discussion Rep Chad Mocking Nuts.
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Saw Matt Baker of http://comedystuntshow.com at our local community center. Awesome show this is a brief clip with Allie on stage. 
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yes it is freaking beautiful here!
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Watching mommy and baby deer at Central Park, Issaquah Highlands
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2013-08-18
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This page has tons of rediculously cool pictures
Comet between Fireworks and Lightning

Sometimes the sky itself is the best show in town. In January 2007, people from Perth, Australia gathered on a local beach to watch a sky light up with delights near and far. Nearby, fireworks exploded as part of Australia Day celebrations. On the far right, lightning from a thunderstorm flashed in the distance. Near the image center, though, seen through clouds, was the most unusual sight of all: Comet McNaught. The photogenic comet was so bright that it even remained visible though the din of Earthly flashes. Comet McNaught has now returned to the outer Solar System and is now only visible with a large telescope. This image is actually a three photograph panorama digitally processed to reduce red reflections from the exploding firework.

Image Credit & Copyright: Antti Kemppainen
Explanation from: http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap110529.html
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Aurora over White Dome Geyser

Sometimes both heaven and Earth erupt. Colorful aurorae erupted unexpectedly earlier October 2012, with green aurora appearing near the horizon and brilliant bands of red aurora blooming high overhead. A bright +Moon lit the foreground of this picturesque scene, while familiar stars could be seen far in the distance. With planning, the careful astrophotographer shot this image mosaic in the field of White Dome Geyser in Yellowstone National Park in the western USA. Sure enough, just after midnight, White Dome erupted -- spraying a stream of water and vapor many meters into the air. Geyser water is heated to steam by scalding magma several kilometers below, and rises through rock cracks to the surface. About half of all known geysers occur in Yellowstone National Park. Although the geomagnetic storm that created these aurorae has since subsided, eruptions of White Dome Geyser continue about every 30 minutes.

Image Credit & Copyright: Robert Howell
Explanation from: http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap121017.html
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Looks like I have a new pet, he has been sitting in the pot for a few days now, and is still alive.  Today Brandon caught a fly that I fed to him.
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I tried it, not quite as exciting as I hoped, but good for something different :)
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