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We shall overcome
Candid look
This image was taken at Bakkhali of West Bengal, India with Nikon D 60
ex-flooded valley in the outskirts of the lower mainland
Banghima(Posture) is an important aspect of any Indian Dance form
The Dancer of the Dessert

camera info : nikom D90
f-number: f/4.5
exposure: 1/3 sec
That day I captured the power of nature....
A lone tree lighted for Christmas in the middle of nowhere on a road in Texas
A teenager enjoying a ride at the state fair, with no other cares in the world
Waiting Traveler
For Nesting A Painted Stork Bird Flying With a Tig For Making Nest
Texas State fair Midway with the Texas Star Ferris Wheel
Mother at work
Vendor of roasted corn and pineapple in the beach
when i am surfing the net, i have read the different news that shows life different issues.
well i didn't use high define camera instead i use my webcam to show the simplicity yet touchy.

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Catch,An Eagle Catching A Fish From The Lake
Sunset in a Village

camera info: Nikon D90
focal length: 18mm
f-number: f/4
exposure: 1/60 sec.
The Old Man

camera info : Kodak Z1275
focal length: 37.7mm
exposure: 1/40sec
f-number: f/5.1
This image was taken at Jollbuoy beach of Andaman, India with Nikon D 60.
A perfect flight for a new beginning...
This photo was my dedication to the effect the Trayvon Martin case had on urban media.
This image was taken at Chidyatapu beach of Andaman, India with Nikon D 60 at Dusk.
bears at play
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Texas State fair Midway with the Texas Star Ferris Wheel

Texas State fair Midway with the Texas Star Ferris Wheel

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Benbrook, Texas, United States of America
Member since 2014
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© Timothy Bergman.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 09.2011
Filed Under: The American Experience
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Date Uploaded: May 2, 2012, 12:43 a.m.
Camera Make:
Camera Model: NIKON D5000
Focal Length: 34mm
Shutter Speed: 1/10
Aperture: f5
ISO: ISO200
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