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Photo finish Friday: “Closer look”

After the summer rain /
Lily,  wet on her petals, /
drips again, renewed.

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Photo finish Friday: “Stuffed (red) shirt”

Star Trek’s Lt. Commander Montgomery Scott and Star Trek: The Next Generation’s Captain Jean-luc Picard. To boldly go where no stuffed shirt has gone before.

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Photo finish Friday: “Frayed Flag”

These colors may not run,
but sometimes they do fray.
I think it’s time to retire this one
and use a new one, today.

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Photo finish Friday: “Ant-sy”

“The world was built by ants,” the first ant said.
The second ant didn’t disagree, but added, “We are not alone.”
“We are never alone,” the first ant said, “but that makes our triumph all the more delicious.”
“Like these leaves,” several ants said, including the second.
I guess the second overthrow of the world can wait, the first ant thought. Can’t do it on an empty stomach. He bit of a section of the leaf he was one.

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Photo finish Friday: “Night freedom”

The full moon reflected in the far window gave him a taste of the freedom he longed for, but could not have.

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Photo finish Friday: “No Oxygen Allowed”

Breathe deep or buy a gift certificate before entering.

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Photo finish Friday: “Flower power”

After a summer rain, its anthers covered in pollen and filaments opening up, this day lily strives toward renewed life.

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