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Albino deer sitting in the woods.
Lions overlooking thirsty Zebras.
Rocky Mountain Veiws
Albino deer in the woods.
Butterfly
Two Generations, Angkor Wat
Rosa Maria Chiliquinga (53) and her granddaughter Rosa Angelica Masaquisa (8)
Blazing Miami Sunset
The Chase
Monarch Butterfly on a Zinnia.
Before sunrise Plymouth Harbor,  Plymouth, MA
Overhead Bronc Rider
A cross in the center of a Morning Glory.
Mykonos Mills
Maternity reflection
Through the Bougainvillea
In a corn field.
Devils Tower
On the footpath.
Mount RushMore
Dirty Money
Betatakin ruins at Navajo National Monument.
Save the Falling Leaves
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Overhead Bronc Rider

The Rodeo is one of few American traditions that have stayed close to their original roots. These cowboys are as tough as they come. They dedicate their lived to this relentless sport. No matter the outcome of the cowboys last ride he always comes back to saddle up and try for another 8 seconds. Wether going 8 seconds on a bull or bring, these cowboys live more this those 8 seconds them most of us do in a lifetime.

TAGS: Bull, California, Rodeo

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