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Waves crashing upon the shore.
Vortograph of a random piece of artwork. A vortograph is an image that has been taken through a series of mirrors creating a kaleidoscopic effect.
Heavens Water
Pitcher regaining his composure after the tying run scores
View of Utah formations seen only by train
Row of mailboxes near Crystal River, Colorado
Enjoying the natural beauty mother nature has bestowed upon us.
The Only Way to Go
Sixties Class
Marine on Memorial Day at the local (very small) cemetery.
Railroad Superintendant House - Alaska Gastineau Gold Mine and Mill
Seen on the highway between Plainville and Stockton, Kansas.
Wiskers' Jungle
A roasted chestnut vendor near the Christmas market at Piazza Navona, Rome. The man in the red apron is roasting the chestnuts. The man to the left is folding squares of paper into cones to scoop up a
Snake and a pine cone
My daughter in one of the fields after harvesting the crop at that time.
One of the girls in the Blacksmithing and metalworking workshop.
I moved into a house that had beautiful flowers growing in a flower bed, the flower in the picture was so beautiful, I had to take a picture. If you look at the beauty that can only come from somethin
Orchid God
Niece Playing
Rhinoceros at the zoo
A peacock spreads his fan to impress the females.  A peacock is so colorful that this normally distracts from the beauty of its patterns, lines, and shapes.  By using cyanotype, I emphasized these ele
Polar Bear contemplating a climb
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Seen on the highway between Plainville and Stockton, Kansas.

Seen on the highway between Plainville and Stockton, Kansas.

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Hays, Kansas, United States of America
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 05.2010
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Date Uploaded: April 10, 2011, 6:21 p.m.
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