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Old house, with boarded up windows and lights on inside, seen on Halloween, while walking with a friend, in a residential neighborhood, in Savannah.
Hunting Island lighthouse, in it's new location, currently safe from erosion.
Still standing:  The last one standing stands alone.

Tree on Hunting Island, SC.  Seen while climbing on the beach, with my friend.
taking in the flowers in my backyard
Palm in the breeze.  Seen while walking on the Ventura Pier with my dad.
The colorful lizard of Temescal Canyon.  Seen while hiking with my friend.
My sister and dog at my grandpa's house.
Taking off my shoes, to walk on the beach barefoot, with my dad.
Flying High
Letting nature take it's course:  A baby seal lying near it's dead mother.When I asked the lifeguard about helping the baby, who would most likely die without intervention, I was told that, "The p
Waiting for spring.  Abstract of bare branches.
"Five and Dime" ~ Natchez, Mississippi  2011 Skip Hunt
Crossing a bridge in London
My niece, drying off after her first visit to the beach, in Santa Monica.
Local band's lead singer performing.
My dad's footprints in the golden sand of the beach on Coronado Island, behind the Hotel del Coronado.
Beach.
The Delaware River waves.
Red and white flower.
Puppet, from Istanbul, visiting Central Park.
Soft white flower.
My brother.
My brother.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
"Five and Dime" ~ Natchez, Mississippi 2011 Skip Hunt

"Five and Dime" ~ Natchez, Mississippi 2011 Skip Hunt

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© Skip Hunt.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 03.2011
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Date Uploaded: April 3, 2011, 12:32 p.m.
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Camera Model: XZ-1
Focal Length: 6mm
Shutter Speed: 1/250
Aperture: f2.5
ISO: ISO100
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PHOTO LOCATION Natchez, Mississippi, United States of America