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A flower glows in the setting sun.
An old Seven to Eleven store in Northern Arizona
Liliaceae are large showy flowering plants. They are important culturally and in literature in much of the world.
praying mantis
Ships of the desert having their fill of water
The Brooklyn Bridge in NYC on a Foggy Morning
Disguise for the Slopes
Watching over all...
A journey towards Heaven
Native American tribes used cattail down to line moccasins, provide bedding, diapers, baby powder, and papoose boards.
Takin it out on pills.
After the rainy month of October, my husband was finally able to combine our soybeans.
Drifting Fury
Seductive Sunset
Sleeping Giant alongside of US Highway 160 in Arizona.
False Anatomy
Sustainable Housing
Fantasy Climber
Reaching our Ancestors
making friends
His Domain
Visiting the Departed
Bird of Prayer
7th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
After the rainy month of October, my husband was finally able to combine our soybeans.

After the rainy month of October, my husband was finally able to combine our soybeans.

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Owensville, Missouri, United States of America
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Date Taken: 10.2009
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