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My home is a paradise, Trinidad and Toabgo
Preparing to fly.
A skeleton lakeside, natural selection.
Mother and baby robins - the first signs of spring
Face of a Bald Eagle
I was driving down a country road in Virginia, when I had to stop and take a picture of these beautiful wildflowers. I love the character that the old split rail fence gives the scene.
Sunset after a storm
Pink and Purple Sunset
Holly Peno, the burlesque dancer
Rollerblading
Lovers Embrace
Banana Spider Eating An Insect
Crossing the Arno in Pisa
Rialto Solarized
The Black Dahlia.
Indecisive soul.
Abandoned computers in front of an electronic shop in Downtown Yangon.
Busy Yangon downtown
A burmese man found his way to relax in one evening of Yangon Harbour.
I'm a volunteering in Cambodia from more then two years, and during a check in one of the our projects I notice two of the 6 children of the family like posing in a wonderful light. I took my Nikon D7
Life of an electrician in Burma.

An electrician was climbing up on the lamp post in the streets to fix the bulb. In Burma, there is no enough safety precaution and many people like him have died of
This Anhinga was perched on deadfall overhanging a small creek while attempting to dry off on a cloudy fall day in the Everglades National Park, Florida. The clouds reflected in the water make for an
A Burmese boy.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Banana Spider Eating An Insect

Banana Spider Eating An Insect

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Davie, Florida, United States of America
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 09.2010
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Date Uploaded: March 15, 2011, 5:02 p.m.
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