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Bald Eagle in the sol of nature
Breathtaking sunset on Hatteras Island
Carousel Horse
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At a Hawaiian caf in Vancouver, WA... an 'Open' sign bids everyone indoors.
Two kids see an elephant for the first time, at Oregon Zoo.
Racing around Kruger Park for a perfect photographic opportunity at sunset can often be a stressful yet exhilirating experience.  Minutes before the sun set behind the mountains, this massive giraffe
To me, nothing is more beautiful than a great white shark smiling at the sea surface.
He was smiling ever since he was born, thus the nickname Smiley Face !!
Following a troop of monkeys through a private game reserve.  Finally one stopped to take a look at me and we were both equally curious, luckily I had a camera to capture this magical moment.
A curious baby white rhino approaches the vehicle.  My heart beats rapidly as I take this photograph, but the shear curiosity between both the rhino and I make it a moment I will never forget.
A shy white rhino peering through the bushes, waiting for his mother.  With rhino populations dwindling in South Africa, this youngster represents the future of this species in peril.
Few animals show human expression; however, this baby Chacma baboon is showing an innate curiosity that is reminicent of a human exploring the natural world.
As I slowly drove around a rocky cliff in Kruger National Park, I was blown away at what was waiting for me.
One Nation: 8 year old Becca Brautigam embraces her country.
My garden on a hot summer day
My garden with my Nikon D60
My neighbors garden with my Nikon D60
The beach at sunset with my Nikon D60
Winter Sunset over Maui, Hawaii
Pink Jeep Tour to Broken Arrow (Sedona,AZ)...overlooking the Cow Pie Trail.
dead tree
Life of ranch family
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
A shy white rhino peering through the bushes, waiting for his mother. With rhino populations dwindling in South Africa, this youngster represents the future of this species in peril.

A shy white rhino peering through the bushes, waiting for his mother. With rhino populations dwindling in South Africa, this youngster represents the future of this species in peril.

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New Bedford, Massachusetts, United States of America
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© Craig O'Connell.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 06.2013
Total Views: 10
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Aug. 18, 2013, 7:18 p.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS 40D
Focal Length: 200mm
Shutter Speed: 1/8000
Aperture: f3.5
ISO: ISO320
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