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A view of the Cologne Cathedral from the South.
A dragonfly on a leaf
A dragonfly on a leaf
A dragonfly on a leaf
I found the little guy just hanging around. So peaceful and tranquil... as he knows the summer is winding down.
Night time at St. Peter's Square, Rome. A perfect sense of its importance during summer to tourism.
A leaf fell on my car
Union Calvary re-in-actor unit in rural Maine.
A picture of the Monument through a hole that was in a bridge accross from it. I took plenty of pictures befire I finally got to this one.
Sunset peek
A view of the library at Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York. photo unaltered
Common Finch in meadow of flowers, calling to it mate.
A horse on an antique working carousel at the Carouse Mall, Syracuse, New York.
Winding road @ Delaware water gap
Looking up to the cabin through the gardens.
All american creation, mermaid parade founded by Coney Island, USA.
A local volunteer firefighter checks for hot spots to keep the fire contained. Photo only slightly cropped
A mission in Phoenix, Arizona. Image is unaltered in anyway
Circus Clown at the Mermaid Parade
Everything is bigger in Texas, including the appetite of this zebra from Natural Bridge Caverns in New Braunfels, Texas.
Tigers in the Zoo
Taken in rural Maine, when the electrical power failed during Hurricane Irene. Cera Magarete wanted to finish her book 'The King Must Die' and proceeded to read by flashlight. (photo unaltered in anyw
A path that leads into the Sonora Desert, Phoenix, Arizona. (photo is unaltered in anyway)
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Common Finch in meadow of flowers, calling to it mate.

Common Finch in meadow of flowers, calling to it mate.

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Date Taken: 09.2011
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