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Posing for a photo op in my backyard. True happiness.
A weekend adventure and 4 hour hike with my college roommates at Rickets Glen, in Pennsylvania.
New York City metro missions trip.
The look of true spaghetti joy!
Cute Selfie
Escalator in the metro of Washington, DC, biggest one I have ever seen.
A weekend adventure and 4 hour hike with my college roommates at Rickets Glen, in Pennsylvania.
Walking through downtown Lake Charles with my friend and mentor.
Showing the beauty within a blighted neighborhood.
A perfect day on the pier at Myrtle Beach State Park, South Carolina.
Taken with a Nikon; A Look at the SCAD Museum of Art's Courtyard.
Early January morning duck hunt here on Long Island.
The beautiful sunset of central Florida paired with the gorgeous landscaping of my college campus, Southeastern University. Florida is so magnificent.
Birds on head
Playing soccer with kids in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Africa.
My everything, my baby girl Sammi.  I love my puppy Sammi.  She means the absolute world to me.  I care for animals a lot.  I have 3 puppies and I rescued two already.  I am against animal abuse.  I w
On the highway in Arkansas on the way to Memphis, Tennessee
Hustle and Bustle of Times Square
Young girl collecting trash on the streets of Jaipur, India
Grandson Johnnathan's first win at golf.
A shared moment between a young girl and nature
Boudhanath ,a World Heritage Site is a symbol of Nepal.The dome of stupa is approximately 120 ft
in diameter,1 hec in width.Tamang community &
Tibetan refugees are the main worshipers.
Just at nursing school in lab
12th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Early January morning duck hunt here on Long Island.

Early January morning duck hunt here on Long Island.

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Medford, New York, United States of America
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Date Taken: 01.2013
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