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Lens-Artists Challenge #150: Let’s Get Wild

Here is my entry for Guest Host Dianne Milliard from Rambling Ranger blog of Lens-Artists Photo A Week Challenge with the topic of Let’s Get Wild.

Wild flower
White bearded wildebeest also known as gnu
Bottom of Horsetails Falls, Columbia Gorge, Oregon.
Wild wave crashing over rocks at Depoe Bay, Oregon

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  1. Great wild choices, Cee. Mom and I used to drive out to the falls many times after our college classes were done. Well, hers were, I skipped astronomy when we wanted to take a drive. It was time well spent. 🙂


  2. What he said- I agree with John – Great selections, I love the gnu, but the wild waves are definitely my favorite!


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