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The photo of the falcon was taken at Bristol Renaissance Faire - the falconer is holding her.  The field in the background is near our home.
I call this photo Catching Some Rays.  I took this while walking through the woods near our home.  The sun was shining through the trees just right to highlight the plants along the path.
This photo was taken in the fall at Starved Rock State Park.  The fall colors were muted, and it reminded me of an old painting.
This is a photo of a white deer I saw while walking through the woods near our home.  It was a misty day and very peaceful.  She was alone and moving slowly through the woods.
Crying Tulip
Sunset in Texas
Life's Too Short - Don't Stop Laughing!
This photo is titled Grace Under Pressure.  It is a leaf being held up by a single thin strand of a spiderweb.
Fascination
I call this photo The Journey.  It is a flock of geese flying into the dawn.
Turkey Run
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On the edge of Spring
This photo is of a baby robin that was sitting on our porch one fine spring day.
Cascading waterfalls
Summer Blooms
Bee on a flower
The title of this photo is Sunflower.  This was a sunflower that had been tinted by the florist to bring out the orange in the petals.
Making sand castles
Cottage Get Away
Scene from a private lakefront home.
I saw this pregnant monkey resting in Ranthambore Fort situated near Sawai Madhopur town in Rajasthan.
It is surrounded today and lies within the famous Ranthambore National Park which was formerly t
Community bonfire.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
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Clifton Park, New York, United States of America
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© Jennifer Dorety.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 09.2010
Total Views: 12
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: April 19, 2011, 1:46 p.m.
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Camera Model: COOLPIX L20
Focal Length: 6.7mm
Shutter Speed: 1/295
Aperture: f3.1
ISO: ISO64
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