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This picture was taken as the sun began to fall towards the horizon
Sitting on the beach in Costa Rica with my niece
Dew on a green summer tomato.
The Final Sunset Across the Blue Sky
Dew on a green summer tomato.
Looking out a rainy window during autumn
Sunset over a Virginia sky.
Sitting on its Perch.  I sat on this balcony for three hours. Below, A hummingbird that kept coming back, stayed and I quickly took photos as it would leave and come back in the blink of an eye.
Five point lighting remains my favorite method of portrait. Scott, the man in this photo, is a gentle guy with few stresses other than school. He's an amazing human being.
Sun setting over the Blue Ridge mountains.
A long exposure during the blue hour of he lesser known of San Francisco's suspension bridges, the Bay Bridge, which connects the city with Oakland.
A Yellospine thistle
Man smoking on his balcony.
A bobcat kitten climbing on a mesquite
Man fishing on the Rhine River.
The 1799 log church at Holy Family Parish in Cahokia., Il  The chiurch was constructed  by parishioners to replace the earlier church that had been damaged by fire and occupation by the British and th
A little girl rushes to dip her feet into the Pacific Ocean at Natural Bridges State Park in Santa Cruz, CA.
A keg on the porch after a big halloween party
A ninja attacks on halloween night.
Tower of Neuschwanstein Castle.
At a fraternity party on Halloween
Hummingbird and the Purple Flowers. I walked to this area where there are many of these flowers. Sat for several hours, took several photos, and theis one came out.
In my apartment with my girlfriend.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
A Yellospine thistle

A Yellospine thistle

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Las Cruces, New Mexico, United States of America
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 08.2011
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