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Horse and his reflection
A cold fall morning.
Sunrise on Indian River Drive
Part of village of dried stones dwellings for people living in Northern Provence circa 5,000 years ago
On a foggy morning, I found where the wild geese go for winter.
Mabry Mill, Blue Ridge Parkway road trip.
This image was captured walking by Disney Hall in LA.  it is a single exposure with no photoshop manipulation.  Shot with a Sigma DP1
Koma Kulshan is the native name for Mount Baker in the northwestern corner of Washington State. This image is from Echo Bay off Sucia Island in early September. It is hard to imagine a more beautiful
The sun sets in Western Mongolia, as a camel and tractor wait beside the Ulaanhus river to be used the following day.
Vermont pumpkins
Statues on one of the buildings in the beautiful city of St. Petersburg, Russia
A northern Saw-whet Owl; these creatures are a very small, short-bodied, avian with a stubby tail and broad wings. Generally nocturnal with a tendency toward nomadic. The Saw-whets name originates fro
Mosque in Casablanca
The Maid of the Mist boat getting close to Niagara Falls
Acadia National Park
I titled this photograph, A Piece of Me... This is a candid shot of my 6 year old during her Halloween Parade at school.
Palace in Istanbul
The American Flag waving waving in front of the Washington Monument.
Chihuly glass sculpture by the pond
Late Night Visitor - Seen in the parking deck at work.
scene at Key West
Flume Gorge at  Franconia Notch State Park, New Hampshire.
Lonely Camel Jockey waiting for her next race.
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
A northern Saw-whet Owl; these creatures are a very small, short-bodied, avian with a stubby tail and broad wings. Generally nocturnal with a tendency toward nomadic. The Saw-whets name originates fro

A northern Saw-whet Owl; these creatures are a very small, short-bodied, avian with a stubby tail and broad wings. Generally nocturnal with a tendency toward nomadic. The Saw-whets name originates from the "skiew" call made when it is alarmed. This sound

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Curlew, Washington, United States of America
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 07.2010
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 21, 2010, 9:41 a.m.
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