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Koh Phangan is home to the world’s largest beach party. Every full moon, the town of Had Rin throws an all-night extravaganza to celebrate the majestic height of the lunar cycle.
Brad Payne / Thailand
Asia
January 26, 2007

This photo was taken from my first float plane flight over Tupper Lake in July, 2006. The float plane is from Helms Aero service in Long Lake, NY. I've camped in the Tupper Lake area for almost 30 years and this was the first time I was able to see my favorite lake from the air.
Pat Scheels
USA
January 31, 2007

Toby Keith performs on Thursday, Jan. 25, 2007, at the Times Union Center in Albany.
Cindy Schultz
Concerts and events
January 31, 2007
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yellow bug + 4 door blocking dove + backed up Hudson = Chaos in center square
AS
Winter
February 14, 2007

Rudy & Chloe's first day together...
Mommie
Sweethearts
February 15, 2007

manu
Winter
February 17, 2007
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Tracy
Cats
February 18, 2007

stevec
Winter
February 18, 2007

Bailey's Photos
HS basketball
February 19, 2007
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Andrea
Winter
February 21, 2007

Krys
Exotic pets
February 25, 2007

Maeve is caught in the act.
Rob
Cats
March 2, 2007
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Rob
Cats
March 2, 2007

Darlene
Winter
March 3, 2007

JOHN CAHILL
mike g
HS basketball
March 5, 2007
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carolinamoon
Cats
March 6, 2007

Watervliet victory over Hudson
mrberin
HS basketball
March 11, 2007

Donald R. Farrell II
loves mic instead of
rattle. He sings when ever radio is on likes country &
oldies.
Irish princess
Kids pix - miscellaneous
March 14, 2007
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This was taken at a local church in Kona, Hawaii this spring
Jian
Cats
March 16, 2007

Eagle
HS other sports
March 16, 2007

Taken March 17, 2007 St. Patrick's Day snow storm on Grove Avenue & Helderberg
KAP
Winter
March 17, 2007
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Obstacles
bean
USA
March 23, 2007

nept10
Celebrities
March 26, 2007

Melanie
Cats
March 28, 2007
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adirondack thaw
tom
Spring
April 1, 2007

Anthony and Bill enjoy a healthy snack following Mr. Soulia's ICC Kindergarten dance!
Angela
Kids pix - miscellaneous
April 3, 2007

NYC National Dance Association - Ulitmate Dance 
Came in 1st Place
Suzanne
Youth sports
April 3, 2007
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Tina
Kids pix - miscellaneous
April 12, 2007

Betsy
Animals
April 13, 2007

Lucas full of Laughs
Melissa Ann
Animals
April 13, 2007
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Shawdow's daily walk
Melissa Ann
Animals
April 13, 2007

Baby Alpaca's Kiss
Christie
Animals
April 13, 2007

joygb
Kids pix - miscellaneous
April 16, 2007
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Chico a peruvian long haired silky guinea pig decided that he wanted some diet soda and got stuck in the box.
LizzyMo
Exotic pets
April 16, 2007

The doctor said I could start table food but I don't think this is what he had in mind?
Irish princess
Kids pix - miscellaneous
April 16, 2007

Time To Get Up!
Ropesmith
Animals
April 24, 2007
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Felina is an active, friendly 4-year-old dog who would love a family. She has the nobility and agility associated with her breed and is ready to participate in any activity when invited. Like many German shepherds, Felina is best suited for a home without cats.
The Mohawk & Hudson River Humane Society has been providing shelter for lost, abused and unwanted animals since 1887. Its animal care facility is the largest in the Capital Region, receiving an average of more than 9,000 animals per year. The society hosts adoption centers at PetSmart stores in East Greenbush and Glenmont, with hours from 6 to 8 p.m. Mondays-Fridays and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. The society's animal care facility is at 3 Oakland Ave. in Menands. It's open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mondays-Fridays, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays, and 1 to 4 p.m. Sundays. It's closed major holidays. Adoption fees are on a sliding scale of $120 and up for dogs, $75 and up for cats. Senior 
and special-needs animals' adoption fees are $25 and up. All fees include spay/neuter, rabies 
and distemper vaccinations, microchip, deworming, flea treatment and heartworm testing for dogs and FIV/FeLV testing for cats. To reach the society, call 434-8128 or visit its Web site at www.mohawkhumanesociety.org.
Mohawk & Hudson River Humane Society
Pets for adoption
April 27, 2007

Princess is a 3-year-old with a wonderful personality. She is living at the PetSmart adoption center in East Greenbush and has been a big hit with the volunteers there. They’ll miss Princess but would be happy to see her go home soon with a new family. The Mohawk & Hudson River Humane Society has been providing shelter for lost, abused and unwanted animals since 1887. Its animal care facility is the largest in the Capital Region, 
receiving an average of more than 9,000 animals per year. The society hosts adoption centers at PetSmart stores in East Greenbush and Glenmont, with hours from 6 to 8 p.m. Mondays-Fridays and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. The society's animal care facility is at 3 Oakland Ave. in Menands. It's open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mondays-Fridays, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays, and 1 to 4 p.m. Sundays. It's closed major 
holidays. Adoption fees are on a sliding scale of $120 and up for dogs, $75 and up for cats. Senior 
and special-needs animals' adoption fees are $25 and up. All fees include spay/neuter, rabies 
and distemper vaccinations, microchip, deworming, flea treatment and heartworm testing for dogs and FIV/FeLV testing for cats. To reach the society, call 434-8128 or visit its Web site at www.mohawkhumanesociety.org.
Mohawk & Hudson River Humane Society
Pets for adoption
April 27, 2007

Smokey is a 7-year-old big and beautiful girl, returned to the shelter after her 2001 adoption due to allergies in the family.  She’s a gentle kitty who would love a quiet home to retire in.  She is currently in foster care with a staff member, so please call the shelter if you are interested in her. The Animal Protective Foundation always has animals for adoption. The shelter, located at 53 Maple Ave. in Scotia, is open from noon to 4:30 p.m. for adoptions and visiting Tuesdays through Saturdays. The shelter, run by paid staff and 
volunteers, is closed Sundays and Mondays. To contact the shelter, call 374-3944 or fax 346-2120. To check out the animals, visit the 
shelter's Web site at http://www.animalprotective.org.

   All dogs and cats from the Animal Protective Foundation are spayed or neutered and 
vaccinated prior to adoption. Adoption fees are $75 for cats and $90 for dogs. Small animal 
fees vary by species. The Animal Protective Foundation always has animals for adoption.

   The shelter, located at 53 Maple Ave. in Scotia, is open from noon to 4:30 p.m. for 
adoptions and visiting Tuesdays through Saturdays. The shelter, run by paid staff and 
volunteers, is closed Sundays and Mondays.

   To contact the shelter, call 374-3944 or fax 346-2120. To check out the animals, visit the 
shelter's Web site at http://www.animalprotective.org.

   All dogs and cats from the Animal Protective Foundation are spayed or neutered and 
vaccinated prior to adoption. Adoption fees are $75 for cats and $90 for dogs. Small animal 
fees vary by species.
Animal Protective Foundation
Pets for adoption
April 27, 2007
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Honey and her son Simba are devoted to each other and need to stay together. They are very sweet and affectionate and get along well with dogs and other cats. They are in a foster home. Noah's Kingdom Humane Society is an all-volunteer shelter for cats and dogs. The shelter houses its rescued animals at the adoption center at the Crossgates Commons 
PetSmart, Washington Avenue Extension, Guilderland, or in the homes of volunteers. Adoption clinics are held every weekday from 6 to 7:30 p.m. and from 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. Other times are available by appointment. All animals have been tested for disease, vaccinated and spayed or neutered. The adoption 
donation for cats is $75 with reduced donations on senior and special needs cats. The adoption 
donation for dogs differs according to size and breed. Call 463-3720 for information about cats or 869-6266 for information on dogs or check 
www.noahskingdom.org.
Noah's Kingdom
Pets for adoption
April 27, 2007

Elmo is a 1½-year-old male guinea pig. Guinea pigs make great pets – they don’t take up much space, they love to cuddle, and they are fairly easy to take care of.
The Animal Protective Foundation always has animals for adoption.  The shelter, located at 53 Maple Ave. in Scotia, is open from noon to 4:30 p.m. for adoptions and visiting Tuesdays through Saturdays. The shelter, run by paid staff and volunteers, is closed Sundays and Mondays. To contact the shelter, call 374-3944 or fax 346-2120. To check out the animals, visit the shelter's Web site at http://www.animalprotective.org.

   All dogs and cats from the Animal Protective Foundation are spayed or neutered and 
vaccinated prior to adoption. Adoption fees are $75 for cats and $90 for dogs. Small animal 
fees vary by species.
Animal Protective Foundation
Pets for adoption
April 27, 2007

Oliver
heatherduell
Dogs
April 30, 2007
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This photo is of the first day of any significant snowfall here in central Moscow.
Fadilia DiDomenico Barton
Europe
October 27, 2007

Local Albany skier at Grand Montets Peak, Chamonix, France. 10750 feet (3275 meters) high.  March, 2007.
salvador
Europe
October 27, 2007

Mary Mick
Fall
November 15, 2007
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