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Filipinos showing their unwavering love for God
Crayons
a lovebird saying hi to my camera
My children, looking at the coins in this fountain at in the Lake Harriet Rose Garden, Minneapolis, MN.
This was a photograph of our beta fish in a tiny bowl, waiting for a water change that I altered into something that reads like a bumper sticker.  ;)
I played with the contrast and cropped this photo of a spider I found in our house until it looked a bit like a logo for a superhero!
Leaves, too.
Leaves.
Safari in Masai Mara, Kenya. Lonely Acacia tree in a passing storm.
Pure Innocence - The pure delight only a child can express from a simple thing as jumping off a sand dune.
Feets of daring do!
Driving in the Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe. Good rains meant well fed animlas and crops on the way. These sleek animals were grazing at the side of the road.
Enjoying a family festival in Eau Claire, WI.
My daughter, standing in the falls at Willow River State Park.
Summer Coolth - my first visit to Boston, USA. Sat and watched with delight some youngsters frolicking and cooling down in the fountain at the Christian Science Plaza.
A girl, her dog and my son, enjoying the view from a city dock on Leech Lake in Walker, MN.
My daughter petting one of the more-than-average toed cats who was lying on one of the beds in the Hemmingway home.  http://www.hemingwayhome.com/
My children enjoying a piece of art at the Fraconian Sculpture Garden.
View off of Sunset Key, FL.  (I used to think that travel meant going far.  Now I feel that travel is going somewhere new enough that you look at it with adventurous eyes.)
Let Nature be your teacher. ~W. Wordsworth
The birth, and ealry years, of a massive lightning strike.
Over the bridge to color!
Miss. Ka'Myria Peoples
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Driving in the Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe. Good rains meant well fed animlas and crops on the way. These sleek animals were grazing at the side of the road.

Driving in the Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe. Good rains meant well fed animlas and crops on the way. These sleek animals were grazing at the side of the road.

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Greenpoint, Cape Town, South Africa
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© Bev Gillespie.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 01.2011
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: May 29, 2012, 11:24 p.m.
Camera Make: FUJIFILM
Camera Model: FinePix F480
Focal Length: 4.6mm
Shutter Speed: 1/300
Aperture: f5.4
ISO: ISO100
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