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Folk dancers of Rajasthan dancing on the main road of Pushkar on the occasion of the Camel Fair
Green becomes the place. Forests and jungles literally swallow Venezuelan homes and roads. The people seem at constant war with the wild, a war they are losing. From every crack in the road and every
Los Roques, Venezuela looks like an unnatural blemish on an otherwise featureless plane. The islands, or keys rather, barely rise above the water, as if they had once in their youth aspired to be moun
Los Roques, as beautiful as it was, was so different from anywhere I had been in Venezuela, that I actually felt bad for the tourists who did not venture further into the heart of the country. It is a
I search the world not for a place to settle, but a place that settles. I seek not dirt upon which to build a home, but dirt from which I can cultivate the peace of mind to be at home no matter where
I have been traveling in Venezuela, and this is a type of rodeo near Maturin, Venezuela. (Coleadas)
Let me wander through country so unpeopled, that I feel solely privileged in its witnessing --as if I were first and last to lay eyes upon it. My brother and I were backpacking in the Canyonlands, and
Odd outrooting tree in Akron park.
"Ghost in the Lobby" - Tourist/guest at the Grapevine Hilton Hotel in Texas. Shot during the early morning hour before the day begins, with a 1/4 second exposure..
STUDENT AT KUTUB MINAR
Fall Foliage looking down from a hill.
Baby Giraffe pausing for a refreshing drink.
At the quarry on a hot day with Dakota's pup, Jules
"Surviving A Shipwreck"

I wanted to express the devastation and shock of a ship's crew washing up on shore after a catastrophe, while still capturing a sense of hope for survival.
Walking On Water at Lake Como
Akron Falls frozen in the bitter cold winter of 2010
A swaying bulrush is highlighted by a setting sun at Point Pelee National Park near Windsor, Ontario, Canada
TRIBAL FESTIVAL
"Perched"

Ibis eerily anxious for an impending storm.
Boy fishing in Mida Creek, Swahili coast, Kenya
Jumping on the Trampoline with 3 year old Max.
WILD DOG KILL SAMBAR
"Passing, Sinking"

This multi-image has extremely meaningful symbolism in it. I created it to visually represent my father's decision to walk out of my life. The sea represents what stole his life,
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Baby Giraffe pausing for a refreshing drink.

Baby Giraffe pausing for a refreshing drink.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 10.2011
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 21, 2011, 9:05 a.m.
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