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I laughed so hard when I saw this in a shop window in this ski village town. I really liked the reflections and busy-ness of this too.
I loved this old brick building. Check out those amazing windows. And the name of the place was....."The Brick House." A ton of imagination when into naming it!!
Just like the invitation of the Sasquatch, this elk statue was just one of the many that stood at the entrance to new developments out in the middle of nowhere.
YES - to anyone that is wondering this is MARSHA the cat. The cat that won't die. The evil remains in my home. And this is just one of the many evil poses that she allows me to capture of her!