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Class of 1956
Centerville High School
Centerville, IA


These photos came to me from Classmate Rodger Espy.  These are no doubt extraordinary photos.  Let me be one to express my gratitude to the originators for sharing and allowing this sharing with others.  Truly unexpected to see in my lifetime, let alone captured on today's film.  The following images and text are quotes from Rodger's email message.  Please enjoy the moment!  Posted by: Jim Steele


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I hope you all enjoy this as much as I did!!!
With all the madness in this world there is still magic in nature. Check it out.


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They can't have my apple.

OK, I'm curious.

Oh, you're not like the thing I just sniffed. What are you. The dog looks a
little nervous , check out the hair on his back, sorta the attack mode!!

Mom's going to be mad, but I would like to stay. Now the dog has calmed down

Oh, yes! I know mother-love in any form. Very nice.


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Moose like you have never seen before!

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Beautiful Snow Moose A must see.

You probably won't see this again in your life time!

Be sure to show this to your children or grandchildren.

Look behind the moose (?) on the left

I'm glad you came by.

You never would have believed me if you hadn't seen it for yourself.

It really doesn't matter what colour the outside is .....
white chocolate or dark brown chocolate.

These animals were photographed just north of the Wisconsin border on a highway near Marenisco , MI .
Once in a while there is an opportunity to take in a piece of nature that you may never see.

In these days of unrest and turmoil, it is great to see that GOD still produces some wondrous beauty.

Absolutely stunning!

The driver is really wishing his camera was handy.

The odds of seeing an albino moose are astronomical

And to see this in the upper peninsula of Michigan ,
near Wisconsin , is even greater than astronomical.

To see two of them together is nearly impossible.

We wanted to share these photos with as many people as possible
because you will probably never have a chance to see this rare sight again.

This is a really special treat, so enjoy the shots of a lifetime



Created: January 15, 2012
Last Update: January 15, 2012