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Debra Kaye McKrill

Debra Kaye McKrill

Portland, OR

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I have no elaborate equipment or photo shop. Just like to take pictures and try to make them original. I am not in the league of professional photographers at all, just having fun and hoping to make a little money too.

 

Summer wheat by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Wrought with beauty by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Bat knockers by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

A rose by any other name by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Michigan Summer by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Lavender fields forever by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Weathered charm by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Heartaches Ive had a few by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Midnight Sun by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Lights out by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Got Sand by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Curious by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

St. John by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Little Spaz by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Fulda by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Ive got the ball by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Just Hangin' by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

On the edge by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Missy by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Max by Debra Kaye McKrill

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Day is done by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Elvis by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Lone Duck by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Compromise by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Arch Rock by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Sand and Sky by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Shrooms by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

inside looking out by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

The bloody cornfield by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Yes Michigan by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

See the pretty horses by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

The Glen by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Icelandic Cottage by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Irish gem by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

you're so gullable by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Kingfisher in the rain by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Grape awake by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

A star is born by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

What did he call me by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Oldest Irish pub by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Blazing by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Crabcakes anyone by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

CoCo Chanel by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Pensive by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Another one bites the dust by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

Thirst quencher by Debra Kaye McKrill

 

I see a ladybug by Debra Kaye McKrill