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David S Reynolds

David S Reynolds

Tucson, AZ

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David S Reynolds lives in Tucson Arizona with his lovely wife, a crazy dog, and a demanding cat.

He splits his time between teaching GED classes, taking photos, flying model airplanes, writing short stories, and riding his motorcycles around southern Arizona.

 

gate by David S Reynolds

 

gazing ball by David S Reynolds

 

Zoom by David S Reynolds

 

logo by David S Reynolds

 

Thank you for this lizard by David S Reynolds

 

The Second Coming by David S Reynolds

 

Outlaw the bomb by David S Reynolds

 

Don't wear a helmet by David S Reynolds

 

tech by David S Reynolds

 

A man's place setting by David S Reynolds

 

Bridge by David S Reynolds

 

pointy by David S Reynolds

 

Rose by David S Reynolds

 

water tap by David S Reynolds

 

stripes by David S Reynolds

 

Plymouth by David S Reynolds

 

Chrome by David S Reynolds

 

Carb by David S Reynolds

 

Clutch by David S Reynolds

 

BSA by David S Reynolds

BSA

 

up by David S Reynolds

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Go away by David S Reynolds

 

Wilmot by David S Reynolds

 

One way by David S Reynolds

 

Rock log by David S Reynolds

 

painted road by David S Reynolds

 

Sunning by David S Reynolds

 

Rock Donut by David S Reynolds

 

petrified by David S Reynolds

 

peeking out by David S Reynolds

 

old growth by David S Reynolds

 

old and new by David S Reynolds

 

sunset by David S Reynolds

 

Bandit Squared by David S Reynolds

 

Low flyby by David S Reynolds

 

Hustler by David S Reynolds

 

Moon over cloud by David S Reynolds

 

Rat bike by David S Reynolds

 

The Old Man on the Motorcycle by David S Reynolds

 

They're coming by David S Reynolds

 

hexcoptor by David S Reynolds

 

flare by David S Reynolds

 

between the thorns by David S Reynolds

 

Girdirs by David S Reynolds

 

Ye auld sign by David S Reynolds

 

It went back there by David S Reynolds

 

night light by David S Reynolds

 

eyes of a tiger by David S Reynolds