A few nice little dog breeds images I found:
1956 Dodge Coronet 2-Door Sedan (6 of 7)
Image by myoldpostcards
Photographed at Country Classic Cars in Staunton, Illinois.
You are invited to stay and browse through my stream. Here’s a quick index to my little corner of Flickr:
Automobile Photographs: This is a very large collection of images whose primary, but not exclusive, focus is on American automotive classics. Images are organized by decade, by manufacturer, and by topics (such as convertibles, station wagons, muscle cars, etc.)
Central Illinois (except Springfield): Central Illinois (except Springfield): Photos relating to the middle section of the "Land of Lincoln" (except for the Capital City of Springfield) may be found in this collection. Every city and town I’ve photographed is contained within its own set, and rural (as in "countryside") photographs are grouped by county.
Springfield, Illinois: All of my photographs of Springfield and the Abraham Lincoln Sites are in this collection. For the City of Springfield, there are separate sets for the Capitol Complex, Downtown (including the Old State Capitol), Neighborhoods, Parks, Illinois State Fairgrounds and more. Photographs of Lincoln sites include the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, Lincoln Home National Historic Site, Lincoln Tomb, and so on. Also in the Lincoln "All About Abe" (Set) are a few Lincoln sites not located in Springfield.
The Illinois State Fair: My collection of photographs of the Illinois State Fair. The fair offers something for everyone. Grab a corn dog and lemon shake-up, and come take a look!
Beyond Central Illinois: Other locales in the United States and Canada including New York, Chicago, San Francisco and Seattle.
In addition to my location-based sets, here are links to some "topical" collections and sets I’ve put together:
Barbers & Barber Shops: Traditional barbers and barber shops are on the endangered species list. But there are still plenty to be found if you go looking for them.
Almost Everything Else. Check It Out!!!: Included topics range from man’s first walk on the moon to small town schools and churches, and from Soft-Coated Wheaten Terriers (our favorite breed) to things that are abandoned, neglected, weathered, or rusty.
Thanks for stopping by! – myoldpostcards (Randy von Liski)
Ringo – Trail Buddy
Image by ex_magician
Fremont Trail near Chewaucan Crossing (heading towards Morgan Butte)
Image from page 373 of “Bird-lore” (1899)
Image by Internet Archive Book Images
Year: 1899 (1890s)
Authors: National Association of Audubon Societies for the Protection of Wild Birds and Animals
Subjects: Birds — Periodicals Birds — Conservation Periodicals
Publisher: New York, National Association of Audubon Societies
Contributing Library: American Museum of Natural History Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Biodiversity Heritage Library
Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book.
Text Appearing Before Image:
antly disturbed anddriven from their nests. Such disturbance increasing will in time drive themfrom any locality. The old notion that Terns leave their eggs to be hatchedby the heat of the sun is an error. The eggs must be constantly incubated andthe newly hatched young must be brooded to preserve their lives. If exposed 348 Bird – Lore long to the suns heat, they die. Along the New England coast, in summer,there are many southerly or southwesterly gales, when the dry sand of thebeaches blows over the breeding-grounds. If the Terns are driven from theirnests at such a time, especially when the young are hatching, the sand is blownon the little chicks while their feathers are still wet, it adheres to them, andthey are soon buried. Eggs also are thus buried. Someone should be at handto see that the birds are never disturbed on such days. Foreigners, fishermen, and eggers take every opportunity to raid coloniesof nesting birds, taking the eggs or the young, which they use for food or for
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HALF GROWN YOUNG OF ROSEATE TERNPhotographed by Edward Howe Forbush bait. Every part of the mainland upon which the birds can breed is continuallyoverrun by cats, dogs, skunks, and other natural enemies of the birds. Assoon as a colony is established, these enemies concentrate upon it. Manypeople who summer in New England leave cats along the shore which run wild,and numberless skunks seem to thrive on the beaches. There are a few smallTern colonies on the coasts of Rhode Island and Connecticut, and all that hasbeen said about better protection in Massachusetts would apply also to thesecolonies. Penikese Island is now the property of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts,but since the leper colony has been removed from the island, the state authori-ties have had offers from intending purchasers. This island, the property ofthe Commonwealth, should be preserved for all time as a breeding-place forbirds. It is one of the best strongholds of the Roseate Terns, and thousands Reports of Field
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