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Lot 1 Mall
Eye of the Iguana
Chit chat at sunset
While trying to cross the railway line near the station, I saw the train arriving and decided to take a snapshot.
Your arms raise me up, they catch me when I fall.
life in a tank. I would have liked to get this with some kid in the background pressing her nose up against the glass, but she would'nt stay there (it was a circular tank)... still, a good shot of a b
Paris tourists on wheels.
India
This was an upshot look at Universal Studio's recreation of the museum from Jurassic Park. It took a while to line up just right, but I think it came out pretty good.
VISTING A LOCAL AQUARIUM AND CAPTURED A STUNNING SHOT OF JELLY FISH SWIMMING
Even deadly tigers can be... cuddly. hehe.
This was taken at a Waffle House. I thought it quite elegantly yet so simply illustrated the importance of choice.
Tropic Ditch
Hiking in Arkansas with my Dog
Glowing Bride on Her Wedding Day
Southern Wedding Day
Walking through piles of abandoned cars and twisted metal at Belt Salvage
Hidden Record Store in SoHo NYC
Tobacco Road
Fishin' on the Family Pond in Southeastern Arkansas
Grave Echoes in the South
A Dreary Southern Sky Over a Sweet Southern Child
I took this photograph while visiting the National Colonial farm in Accokeek, MD. The sunrise was spectacular.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
This was taken at a Waffle House. I thought it quite elegantly yet so simply illustrated the importance of choice.

This was taken at a Waffle House. I thought it quite elegantly yet so simply illustrated the importance of choice.

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Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States of America
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 03.2011
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