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On the rim of the Grand Canyon
My Platinum Boy Cucumatz
street light through a willow tree.
Photo of an abandoned barn.
A old tree is cut down and then cut up. Beautiful shot of autumn colors.
A casual walk through the woods.
a 3 am walk through nature yields an amazing shot of the interior of a weeping willow tree.
Example of landscaping creativity in american life.
A nature walk at 3 am. Admiring a weeping willow tree.
Spontaneous walk through the yard at 3 am. Admiring the glow of the street light on a weeping willow tree.
Admiring the use of an old bench in landscaping.
Red rocks of Sedona from hot air balloon just after first light
Two teenage monks seated near small temple in vicinity of Angkor Wat, Cambodia
View from the courtyard of Taliesin West, showing flowers, unusual beams and shape of office door
Western bluebird on tree in Sedona, red rocks in background
Outfield and scoreboards, night game with Yankees, Twins-Target Field, Minneapolis
Three lovely female dancers at a restaurant, Siem Reap, Cambodia
Young monk and modern friend, temple near Angkor Wat, Cambodia
Tepee in courtyard of native American-owned hotel, Santa Fe, early morning
Saguaro in bloom, Scottsdale, AZ
Why a roadrunner runs so fast: a Greater Roadrunner running for its life on golf driving range
Power 'er up: the burners in a hot air balloon (after landing)
Many people, including my son, come to State Fairs just to pet the animals
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Red rocks of Sedona from hot air balloon just after first light

Red rocks of Sedona from hot air balloon just after first light

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Date Taken: 05.2012
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PHOTO LOCATION Sedona, Arizona, United States of America