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Human Culture and Art is broken but yet still beautiful
Soothing of a baby girl in her mothers protecting arms.
the silly things we collect and build without understanding why.
Cold day walking through the market place of fresh produce.
Exploring the many amazing man-made highlights to nature.
The colors of the world create a diversity worth witnessing.
Wondering the coast at sunrise to find the beauty of nature contrasted with humanities effects.
Tranquil moment through the local park with opportunity and my camera within my grasp.
Collection of Natures Simplicity
Winter sunset in Rehobeth beach
A magnificent morning glory flower grown in my own garden
Waiting for summer
I found these canoas just before leaving a village in a little island in Kuna Yala, Panama.
Cruising the inside passage in Alaska.
Walking around a village in a little island in Kuna Yala I found this beautiful smiling woman in her cabana window.
Cruising the inside passage in Alaska.
A little girl smiles at me in a small island in Kuna Yala, San Blas, Panama.
A Rose by Any Other Name
I saw this cute little girl in a balcony in Portobelo, Colon.
Dog sledding in Skagway, Alaska.
A beautiful girl from Kuna Yala shows her black jagua line in her nose.
A hunter and dancer from Kuna Yala is looking up with his arch and arrow in the middle of the night.
A Kuna woman making a Mola (art from San Blas, Kuna Yala, Panama) stops for a minute to see me.  Her expression send me a profound message of proud, experience and serenity.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Waiting for summer

Waiting for summer

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Sunnyvale, California, United States of America
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 04.2011
Filed Under: The American Experience
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Date Uploaded: April 9, 2011, 12:34 a.m.
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