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Experiencing peace in the city of Bruges
Connecting with a wolf "in the wild"
We thought this Osprey was trying to share his catch with us, when he landed 20ft above our heads and began eating.
The best back scratch ever
The Classic Stephen King Hotel, Fictional location of 
"The Shining"
Carousel
The night of the Blue Moon, I was lucky enough to catch a glimpse of what we believe is the International Space Station?? See bottom left
Bus Driver
Our visit to the Wild Animal Sanctuary gave us this view of a rescued White Tiger
This picture was taken to a Chiapas girl in the mayor plaza in San Cristobal de las Casas.
Beach Storm
this cascade is called, Corralito. 
It's near San Cristobal de las Casas.
I took this photo in El Caon del Sumidero, where you can find crocs swimming around
A rest stop during migration
Our boat ride to Catalina Island we find this lonely young Harbor Seal
This playful lion wanted to see me as much as I wanted to see her.  She is a rescue at the Wild Animal Sanctuary in Keenesburg, CO
Dragon Man : People from Banjara Tribe of India they earn their lively hood by performing  Juggling , Fire show street magic etc.
Face of Determination
Hawaiian Monk Seal Resting on a Kauai Beach. He was tagged at birth and he was named Momona.
This Seagull caught the Dragonfly in mid-flight
This Pelican was trying very hard to look aggressive and dominate the other birds in the area
Working all day to get a photo of this woodpecker and then getting this patriotic backdrop
What colors you can see at your local zoo
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
this cascade is called, Corralito. It's near San Cristobal de las Casas.

this cascade is called, Corralito. It's near San Cristobal de las Casas.

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