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Lady Musgrave Island in the Great Barrier Reef
bartender in partenkirche, germany
Daddy Longlegs: The Daddy Longlegs (Pholcus phalangioides) is also known as the "Skull Spider" due to its uncanny resemblance. I found this one in my cupboard in Canberra and photographed it against t
Possum: After moving to Canberra, we puzzled for a long time over the nature of a mysterious wooden box in our garage. We decided to leave some ripe banana outside its entrance and, sure enough, this
Sunset Stag: The land of Sumatra is deeply scarred, having lost almost half of its tropical rainforest in the last 35 years. I found this stag beetle (Cyclommatus elaphus) as the sun was setting over
Ghost in the Forest: White tigers capture the public imagination like few other animals. Sadly however, they are now extinct in the wild. I wanted to give a sense of what it would be like to see one o
Men of the Forest: After extensive logging & forest clearance, Orangutans are now found only on Borneo & Sumatra. As these Orangutans descended from the canopy to feed, I was drawn to their profiles &
Walking on the beach in Chuuk, Micronesia
Touring our Nations Capital
Ted York, a second-generation farm owner and operator, works to unplug  debris from  a corn silo near College Springs, Iowa. York and farmhands work together year round and harvest 2,600 acres of corn
Loren Schuessler, an Elk Creek firefighter, EMT, and teacher, of Denver, CO, holds flame sticks used in the lighting of the firework show on July 4th, 2010, in a field behind the Indian Hills fire sta
Loren Schuessler, an Elk Creek firefighter, EMT, and teacher, of Denver, CO, holds flame sticks used in the lighting of the firework show on July 4th, 2010, in a field behind the Indian Hills fire sta
A view of the Great Sand Dunes, the tallest dunes in North America against the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in the San Luis Valley of Colorado. The story of the sand dune's formation is still being disc
Andy Lee, a water fowl hunter of Creede, Colo., and his dog, Birdie May, call it a day after working with Birdie May to hunt waterfowl in Monte Vista on March 7, 2010.
Shopping in the Russian Market
Bantay Srei or The Temple of Woman carvings
"Where ya goin', Red?" Damon Gibbons, head wrangler at 4UR ranch in Creede, Colo. asks his dog, Red, when he ran up the steps of the 100 year old barn at the ranch on March 19, 2010.
Locals sit inside the Gold Coin bar as the owner holds his daughter, Harley Rose, on her toy 'Harley-Davidson' motorcycle she received from her grandparents for Christmas.
"Wrangler Dan' rides his horse to check on a herd of bison that roam the 103,000-acre guest ranch on Sept 30, 2009, located on the eastern wall of the San Luis Valley of Southern Colorado.
The sun illumiantes the valley below the Bowie Coal Mine in Paonia, Colorado on May 9, 2010.
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Touring our Nations Capital

Touring our Nations Capital

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Redmond, Washington, United States of America
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Date Taken: 08.2010
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