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The thrombolites in Western Australia
My husband walking in the Milwaukee Art Museum in winter
A fluidic jellyfish gracefully swims through the water
Contagious Smiles.
Happiness protrudes everything.
The Combination of Two
The lone pine.
Glimpse of hope
Fireworks at Mall of Asia - a regular feature every Friday and Saturday Night - Manila Philippines
parade honoring patron saint Santa Rita de Cascia in Baclaran, saint of the impossible, May 23 2009 moving up Roxas Blvd
Crossing Roxas Blvd in the crosswalk at night.
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My wife at home on the computer with her hair up, playing a game on a social network.
Man with an umbrella on a bicycle in the rain on a new road in the reclaimed land near Roxas Blvd and Mall of Asia, Paranaque City Manila, Philippines
Carpenter Ant on a leaf in the backyard.
Frog in a natural wetland pond at the Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center, Graysonville, Maryland
Wild Horse Assateague Island by the road during a light snow, November 2008
Jellyfish in the Miles River near St Micheals Maryland, Chesapeake Bay Eastern Shore.
Waking up early to birds singing at Tabacon Hotel in Costa Rica, I saw a clear view of Volcano Arenal from our room, adding great memory to our honeymoon.
Makati City, Manila Philippines at dawn as seen from Paranaque City Rooftop
I took this picture in an abandoned train station in Bogotas flatland (Colombia). I defined a distance of 20 mts to leave the image focused and I apply Progressive unfocus to modify the field depth, a
Weeds.
Tourists in Milwaukee Art Museum
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
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Marietta,
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 06.2010
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: June 30, 2010, 6:17 p.m.
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Camera Model: KODAK EASYSHARE C182 Digital Camera
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