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Shelter By Charlie Hart
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A time capsual peice, documentation of home, comfort, familarity, time, style.
Shelter By Charlie Hart
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A time capsual peice, documentation of home, comfort, familarity, time, style.
Shelter Dogs By Kira4Inu
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If shelter dogs were humans, they would be wise and have stories to tell. This is the story of just such a dog as he reflects on his difficult life with the threat of death looming over his head.
Shelter Cats By Elizabeth Smock
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Calendar with beautiful photographs of shelter kitties
Shelter Cats By Elizabeth Smock
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Beautiful photographs of shelter kitties and kittens
Shelter Cats By Meg Miller
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All of these beautiful cats in this book were once at the Oklahoma City Animal Shelter and are now adopted into loving homes. This is a city shelter that is working toward no kill and has been... More > making great strides in that direction. The cats are housed in home like rooms with couches and cat furniture and lots of blankets for them to lie on. The rooms can have up to 10 cats. The photographer is a volunteer.< Less
Shelter Gardens By Dick Millspaugh
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Shelter Gardens is located in Columbia, Mo. It is a beautiful garden provided by the Shelter Insurance Company and free to the public. A walk through the garden brings a sense of peace and serenity... More > for those who often take a work or weekend break to renew their spirits.< Less
Tiny Shelters By LaMar Alexander
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Tiny Shelters: Two shelter plans for homeless or emergency housing and other uses. The Multi-Shack is a 4x6 shelter on casters or a trailer that sleeps 2 and can be converted to a table or desk and... More > can be used for a small business or office, guesthouse or homeless and disaster shelter. The Bikesport Micro-Camper is a small camper that can be pushed like a handcart or towed behind a bicycle or scooter and has a slide-out sleeping area and storage for camping gear. Both would be great as homeless shelter or emergency housing or for people that want a small shelter or business or other use. Both can be built for under $200 and with minimal construction skills. Many more small shelter plans on my website: www.simplesolarhomesteading.com< Less
Tiny Shelters By LaMar Alexander
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Tiny Shelters: Two shelter plans for homeless or emergency housing and other uses. The Multi-Shack is a 4x6 shelter on casters or a trailer that sleeps 2 and can be converted to a table or desk and... More > can be used for a small business or office, guesthouse or homeless and disaster shelter. The Bikesport Micro-Camper is a small camper that can be pushed like a handcart or towed behind a bicycle or scooter and has a slide-out sleeping area and storage for camping gear. Both would be great as homeless shelter or emergency housing or for people that want a small shelter or business or other use. Both can be built for under $200 and with minimal construction skills. Many more small shelter plans on my website: www.simplesolarhomesteading.com< Less
Shelter Catalog By 23 Sandy Gallery
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23 Sandy Gallery is pleased to present the exhibition catalog for "Shelter: A National Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Photography." Shelter explores architecture, habitat and sanctuary.... More > It is one of our most basic human needs—at once both physical and psychological. Photographers were challenged to explore how shelter can be interpreted visually given its myriad manifestations. Shelter features the following photographers: Keliy Anderson-Staley, Chris Bennett, Nan Brown, Brad Carlile, Eric Curry, Diane Deaton-Street, Liat Elbling, Barry Finkel, Barbara Gilson, Jon Gottshall, M. Bruce Hall, Stewart Harvey, Melissa Hogan, Scott Jones, Jim Kazanjian, Janos Lanyi, Jim Leisy, Jim Lommasson, Robert Morris, Loren Nelson, Alexis Pike, Ann Ploeger, Frank Relle, Randy Richmond, Peter Snadik, Don Unrau, and Leigh Van Duzer. This exhibition was juried by Randy Gragg, a writer and editor who recently he developed and is now editing a new design magazine called Portland Spaces.< Less