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I love nature and all of God's little creatures. The countryside, the streams, the pastures, and the woods. Anything and everything outdoors ~ All of the beauty and the gifts from above! I like to photograph these places and try to remember them in my head when I'm stuck inside and can't get out on a beautiful day. There is so much beauty all around us ..... I don't want to miss a thing!

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Đorđe Grujičić,

Monica,

Sidnei Recco,

many thanks for your kind visits, nice comments and likes.

Greetings, Argenna.

Greetings dear friend Kamalakar

And thanks so much for your kind visits and for your kindness.

All your compliments are appreciated.

I'm glad and honored you'd liked this shot.


The recent photos are not updated and shown by real number of views and even viewed on google earth as I open the application and nothing of them during some months ago.

I hope those will be there as well.


Best wishes from north of Iran.

Amazing sight to photograph! Nice work!

Like! This is a very good photo! Greetings!

L 26,F 11, a fine panorama.

All the best.

Hi, I dont believe that this is the Robert Collier House. I recently bought the house across the street and have been restoring it. I'm researching the history of my house and the surrounding area. The house in your picture is in the northwest corner of LandLot 65, I have traced the deeds for landlot 65 all the way back to the original land lottery winner, John Blackstone and have not found any deeds that list Robert Collier.

I also found these old pictures of Robert Colliers house online:http://www.collierheritage.org/robert-collier/

I think it's more likely that this house was built by John Blackstone, Daniel Dunham or George Reynolds.

The house is an almost exact copy of Dr. James Anderson's house a little further up the road. I believe that house was built in 1837, which was when James Anderson moved to The Rock and bought most of LandLot 65, including the land on which the above house sits, so it's also possible that he built it for a family member. Once I research the deeds a little more I should have a more definite answer.

Beautiful image L+F!!!

Wonderful Picture!!!!

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Thank you, Hanno van Kamer.

From the looks of all those old, rusted Beer cans; they must have decided it was cheaper to fill the pool with BEER rather than pay the Los Angeles Metropolitan Water District to buy back their own water. LOL

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