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The light at the end of the bridge
The changing of a storefront display
Moais, monolithic statues built to honor the ancestors of RapaNui and moved around the island using a secret technic
Moais, monolithic statues built to honor the ancestors of RapaNui and moved around the island using a secret technic
Moais, monolithic statues built to honor the ancestors of RapaNui and moved around the island using a secret technic
A storefront window display downtown Oshkosh, WI, which was remodeled to host the making of the movie Public Enemies.
I used a Canon Digital Rebet XTI and I took eight pictures outside my parents house.
Moais, monolithic statues built to honor the ancestors of RapaNui and moved around the island using a secret technic
Writing @ Glacier Lake/  Canon Rebel XTI
Our Pollinators are facing yet another challenge...
Misson San Juan
Japanese Tea Garden
Angel in an Ol'garveyard
Alamo doors
Another view of the Alamo---
Vast and embracing skies
Amsterdammers commute via bicycle
CSI:Austin
If we had one in Austin this is it!
Twin Sister Love
A boy and his dog
Marmalade on skateboard
Lone swan on Rockland Lake
Child feeds swan on Rockland Lake
7th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Japanese Tea Garden

Japanese Tea Garden

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 06.2008
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Date Uploaded: Aug. 25, 2009, 3:52 p.m.
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