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The awesome beauty and ferocity of a storm can sometimes be overwhelming. It takes a while to capture lightning when you don't have a special trigger and I was patient and lucky enough to capture this photo.

The awesome beauty and ferocity of a storm can sometimes be overwhelming. It takes a while to capture lightning when you don't have a special trigger and I was patient and lucky enough to capture this photo.

Our grandson decided to play for a while at the park. What a great time for grandpa to grab the camera and snap a few photos.

Our grandson decided to play for a while at the park. What a great time for grandpa to grab the camera and snap a few photos.

The Bride looks thoughtfully out the window before her life changes forever.

The Bride looks thoughtfully out the window before her life changes forever.

Flying Over Flowers. A Butterfly peruses a field of flowers looking for a place to land

Flying Over Flowers. A Butterfly peruses a field of flowers looking for a place to land

Hi There! A little skipper tastes the sweet nectar of a flower.

Hi There! A little skipper tastes the sweet nectar of a flower.

The Belle heads north at MP 36 on the KCS Pittsburg Sub. as KCS Train B-SHKC 11, bringing the big wigs back into Kansas City on an inspection trip.

The Belle heads north at MP 36 on the KCS Pittsburg Sub. as KCS Train B-SHKC 11, bringing the big wigs back into Kansas City on an inspection trip.

RailPictures.Net Photo: KCS 4799 Kansas City Southern Railway GE ES44AC at Galesburg, Illinois by Tom Farence

RailPictures.Net Photo: KCS 4799 Kansas City Southern Railway GE ES44AC at Galesburg, Illinois by Tom Farence

Railway mail clerk, 1916 This railway mail clerk leaning on the catcher arm of a Kansas City Southern Railway Post Office was photographed by Lewis W. Hine in Springfield, Missouri, in August 1916. At the time, Hine was working for the National Child Labor Committee. One of the most influential American photographers, Hine was honored in 2002 with a 37-cent stamp, part of the Masters of American Photography issue.

Railway mail clerk, 1916 This railway mail clerk leaning on the catcher arm of a Kansas City Southern Railway Post Office was photographed by Lewis W. Hine in Springfield, Missouri, in August 1916. At the time, Hine was working for the National Child Labor Committee. One of the most influential American photographers, Hine was honored in 2002 with a 37-cent stamp, part of the Masters of American Photography issue.

RailPictures.Net Photo: KCS 1 Kansas City Southern Railway EMD FP9 at Greenville, Texas by David Hawkins - KB5WK

RailPictures.Net Photo: KCS 1 Kansas City Southern Railway EMD FP9 at Greenville, Texas by David Hawkins - KB5WK

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