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About ozarksphotos

Traveling photographer of scenic, wildlife, birds, wild flowers and other things that interest me.

Nebraska State Capitol


While here in Lincoln, Nebraska we made a short drive to downtown. While there we took a photo of the state capital building.

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Wind, rain and lots of both


We embarked on our summer travels Monday. Traveled north through wind and rain and as we got a late start we stopped in Liberty, MO for the night. Rain and storms all night. Tuesday we continued our northern travels in … Continue reading

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A few days


Home for a few days here in the Ozarks. Redbuds and crabapple trees are blooming, brightening up the scenery.

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Fredericksburg, Texas


We were in Fredericksburg for a couple of days. Quite an interesting town. Lots of shopping, interesting old churches and downtown area. The downtown area. Just outside of town, Das Peachhaus. An unbelievable assortment of peach concoctions. One dwarf peach … Continue reading

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We are having a great time!


After spending some time in El Paso with Marilyn visiting her sister we are back on the road. We spent a few days in the Fredericksburg, TX area and have many images to share. There are several interesting things to … Continue reading

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Museum of the Horse, Ruidoso Downs, New Mexico


While the name is actually Hubbard Museum of the American West, it is also popularly known as the museum of the horse. It is located very close to the Ruidoso Downs horse racing track. Below is one of the many exhibits, this one of … Continue reading

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We stopped by the Valley of Fires


Courtesy of the Bureau of Land Management, “Valley of Fires recreation area is located immediately adjacent to the Malpais Lava Flow. Approximately 5,000 years ago, Little Black Peak erupted and flowed 44 miles into the Tularosa Basin, filling the basin … Continue reading

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