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Pinto has been working in the schools with us for 5 years, so, at the end of summer school we are having a special party for him and the many students, he has helped “educate.”
B772 rounds the sweeping curve at Pinto on their way east into Cumberland with Q316's train. They were taking their time on the trip from Keyser to Cumberland, which allowed for multiple photos along the way. The two rebuilt SD70ACs shine bright, being on perhaps their first or second trip since being released from the Huntington Shops. Look how clean that plow is!
... it's not too late to read about the Bureau of Land Managment's plan to make "zero" the "appropriate number" of wild horses in southwestern Wyoming:
... and then register a public comment on the Wyoming Mustang Institute's Take Action! page:
Cambio un poco de tercio y dejo de momento las fotos de aves ligadas al litoral británico y subo otra foto obtenida en Inglaterra de un estornino pinto (Sturnus vulgaris). El ejemplar que vemos presenta alguna afección alrededor de pico y del ojo y ha perdido parte de su plumaje en esa zona, presentando el pico a medio camino entre el color del verano (amarillo) y del invierno (negro). A pesar del defecto en el plumaje de la cara presentaba buen aspecto, moviéndose sin problema en busca de comida y con el resto del plumaje de unos colores e irisaciones sencillamente bellísimos. Ya le van apareciendo también muchas de las pintas amarillas o blanquecinas que le dan su aspecto "pinto" durante el invierno (el plumaje de verano es casi completamente negro). Merodeaba por el puerto de Seahouses, y mientras esperábamos el barco que nos trasladaría a la isla de Inner Farne estuvimos más que entretenidos haciendo fotos a esta y otras especies, gaviotas y hembras de eider, principalmente.
Original: Gran Canal, Venecia, 1875, Oleo sobre lienzo 57x48 cm. - mi pintura sobre papel 18x23 cm.
Vintage Ford Pinto wagon slowly being consumed by nature. This Pinto is on a trail in a heavily wooded area I have been running/hiking for over 30 years, sad people don't have more respect for the environment. The Pinto wagon was introduced by Ford in 1972, production for PInto's ended in 1980.
HORACIO PATRONE: en Reserva Costanera Sur . RECS. - NIKON D 7000 lens NIKON 70 300 VR .BUENOS AIRES -ARGENTINA .es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reserva_ecol%C3%B3gica_de_Buenos_Aires
This Hike was done with The Jacumba Hikers
We hike Myers Valley into The Upper reaches of Pinto Canyon.This area is remote and rugged, not for the novice.
Proyecto de murales, Isla Maciel.
Dock Sud, provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Picasso - possibly the most famous wild mustang- and mane - in the Americas
The local out of Grafton to Clarkssburg rolls out of the siding and onto the main at Rosemont, entering the Pinto Block while leaving the Web 1 block.
This 8,000 mile late Pinto wagon sold for $33,000 at the Mecum Monterrey auctions in 2019. I owned a '72 with the 2.0L 4 and automatic with auxiliary guages and factory air and loved it once I switched to radial tires. I regularly used Armor-All on the imitation wood so I never got the fades notable on the above car. It is not well-known but in the Pinto's last years you could order a V-6 engine.
Pinto started life as a street dog, and most of his teeth are missing. He was rescued then fostered until his heartworm treatment was completed and his dreadful skin problems had resolved. His foster Mom adopted him, then trained him as a therapy dog. Now he comes with us on our visits to nursing homes and helps us teach inner-city school children how to treat animals with love and respect, while listening to them read stories to him. As you can see he is often lulled to sleep :).
Artista callejero pinta sobre cristales en una céntrica calle de Madrid