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Light brown eye and dark brown eye.
Although there are countless roses in the world,  each one is unique and speaks to us differently.
At first I thought it was fake but I was proven wrong
Touring the Cathedral of Seville on a cold, but sunny day.
My little brother in a monster suit.
Playing Piano in New York City
This was when I realized what exactly I got myself (and my money) into. Traveling the country in a dusty charter bus, sleeping on gym floors, and enduring injury was well worth it, because I was doing
Just beyond reach of the Golden Gate Bridge
My best friend, enjoying the weather.
Went for a visit to the Los Angeles Zoo and saw this beautiful Viper. Trimeresurus albolabris also known as "White Lipped Tree Viper" are native to Southeast Asia.
Summer trip to Bay Bridge with my friends
Solarstone playing at Federal Lounge, in Washington DC, hosted by Phonic Events
A walk to remember
Me, enjoying the view.
focusing on one flower out of a bunch.
Rooftop in San Vicente, El Salvador just before a storm hits
ferry from Chicago on Lake Michigan
A little love not discovered on the Lover's Walk while hiking in Cinque Terre, Italy.
Watching mother
Bronx, NY
I have the moon in the palm of my hand
Almost Christmas in NYC.
Beach trip
In the mountains of Colorado near Estes Park on a trip with my dad. The soul purpose of this trip was to take pictures and better our skills. This was before sunrise, with a long exposure.
12th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Solarstone playing at Federal Lounge, in Washington DC, hosted by Phonic Events

Solarstone playing at Federal Lounge, in Washington DC, hosted by Phonic Events

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Date Taken: 05.2014
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Date Uploaded: Sept. 17, 2014, 10:38 p.m.
Camera Make: Sony
Camera Model: C6506
Focal Length: 4.1mm
Shutter Speed: 1/10
Aperture: f2.4
ISO: ISO1600
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