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Double Exposure, Los Angeles Intersection
The Venetian
wandering the back streets of Venice
In a world so intensly commercialized, what lies in wait as the future aproaches...?
I took this picture on July 5th,2011. I was taking a picture of flag with the moon in the background. I didn't even notice anything strange until I loaded the pic. on my computer. I think I have captu
I took this picture one evening while boating on Lake Kerr. I was enjoying the peace of the lake and the godly view of nature. It was one of the most beautiful sights I have ever seen.I hope you enjoy
A bee, with its barely visible and fully jettisoned proboscis, sucks the nectar out of several flowers on top of Beech Mountain in Western North Carolina. (Photo  Jeffrey DeCristofaro)
Beautiful, posing leopard on a hot Minnesota day!
A Walking Trail in St. Augustine
warm spring night at the lake
Inspecting the sands of Cannon Beach, OR
A glance of a seabird, soaring towards the sun
At the Springfield, IL state fair this little guy was making his across the sidewalk. He reminds me of Alice and Wonderland.
Sunflowers in afternoon sunlight.
Visiting Washington D.C.
November sunrise.  A silloutte of a streetlamp swallowed by sunrise colores.
South Side Hartford early November sunrise.  tThe colors were more spectacular because it was after a storm.
Sunlit dirt path running through a forest in Autumn.
Evening sun hit a burning bush in our yard; the colors were fabulous, but composition was ho-hum. By playing with my camera, whooshing and swooshing, I achieved several photos that capture the energy
Evening sun hit a burning bush in our yard; the colors were fabulous, but composition was ho-hum. By playing with my camera, whooshing and swooshing, I achieved several photos that capture the energy
Evening sun hit a burning bush in our yard; the colors were fabulous, but composition was ho-hum. By playing with my camera, whooshing and swooshing, I achieved several photos that capture the energy
Evening sun hit a burning bush in our yard; the colors were fabulous, but composition was ho-hum.  By playing with my camera, whooshing and swooshing, I achieved several photos that capture the energy
Walking through those lovely fields in Zagorje
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
A glance of a seabird, soaring towards the sun

A glance of a seabird, soaring towards the sun

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Puyallup, Washington, United States of America
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© Rebecca Mailand.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 08.2011
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Aug. 23, 2011, 10:50 a.m.
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Camera Model: Canon PowerSh/t A560
Focal Length: 5.8mm
Shutter Speed: 1/800
Aperture: f7.1
ISO: ISO80
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