Say What? (Fall+colors trees wild+animals ). Photo by Cptkirk

Say What?

Uploaded by: Cptkirk

Monday October 29, 2012

Shawnee, KS (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Last second look...

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About Cptkirk

Cptkirk

My camera packing sons and I are Kansas transplants to the Midwest from the Rockies! (My special son Michael (handle "utjazzfan"), and Shane (Mr. Lightning - handle "idzrvit") carry our cameras everywhere we go. For over 40 years, I have been photographing the outdoors, wildlife, scenery and, since relocating to the Midwest, “Storms and Old Barns”! You don’t have to do much convincing to get me in the field! I love this hobby almost as much as trout finishing in the Rocky Mountain streams, rivers and lakes!

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