majames Natural habitat. Photo by fellow #forestservicekid @aebleskivers. 5d

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majames Slowly. 1w

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majames Through the binoculars. #nofilter 1w

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majames A pinkish starfish on the beach
sees Mt. Olympus out of reach. #coupletgram
2w

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majames #StarTrek symbol hidden in the view from Microsoft's Deck. W/ @theregoes 2w
  •   mssofia Hehehe. The chocolate was divine 2w
  •   rachelpeartree I don't think that was accidental design... 2w

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majames A subway, bike, or hired car /
can get New Yorkers just so far. #coupletgram
3w

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majames Under that bandage is a very complicated tape-job @grandmakaties helped me with via FaceTime. Technology! 4w

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majames Barn got paint on my paint-roller. #woodshillhomestead #woodshill photo by @arwilcox 4w

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majames Photo by @whitthepit who was very good in June Moon. 1mon

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majames Look what's on this @wtfest set, @daniellamunzig! 1mon

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majames #TBT @thehamboone takes Manhattan 1mon

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majames We are in a planetary system, folks, and there's a big ol' sun right in the middle of it. #nofilter 1mon

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majames Photos by @whitthepit 1mon

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majames @mohooper our church! 1mon
  •   mohooper Aaah! Yes sir! Haha remember that?! Aww. 1mon

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majames The #millennial version of “Help! I've fallen and I can't get up,” starring @kmccrearynyc 1mon

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majames What's that bug? 2mon
  •   realbridges Best dressed at every beetle party? (And that's a high bar: living-jewels.com) 2mon
  •   garotk Ailanthus webworm moth 2mon
  •   thebaron1987 So cool 2mon
  •   grandmakaties This moth has its own host tree that can now be found growing wild all over the country. This is the famous tree that Betty Smith wrote about in "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn." The ailanthus tree webworm moth holds its wings rolled and close around its body while resting, so it looks a little like a long beetle.

    These cool tidbits are from the Urban Wildlife Blog SUNDAY, AUGUST 8, 2010 1mon
  •   majames @grandmakaties huh! And the moth was IN Brooklyn! 1mon

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majames Encroaching storm. #nofilter #nycstorm #summerstorm 2mon

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majames @aldermonkey is inside being grilled by the Daughters of the American Revolution 2mon

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majames Forgot my decoder ring. 2mon

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