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Ballooning over Bagan
sunrise over the temples of Bagan
crowned crane courtship
A Sunset in Florida.
Three oxpeckers on a giraffe
Classic America
Van Gogh's River
A Heron During Meditation
Swimming Against the Current
Painting the Roses Orange
The guardian
Every Crook and Cranny
The Graceful Couplet
The Duck of the Cotswolds
Squid kabobs
The Lovely Swan
Dunraven Bay
Through an Irish Window
La tour Eiffel
Wildebeest and zebras at a water hole in Tarangire National Park, Tanzania
The Titan of Versailles
Daming Hu
Irish Castle Ruins
12th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Every Crook and Cranny

It's amazing how nature can take over anything built by humans. In Ireland, the plants were the royalty over stone. They creeped up as ivy, and sprouted as lavender. They grew as lichen and moss, and rolled in green, grassy, waves.

TAGS: Bloom, Flower, Ireland, Purple, Wall

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Date Taken: 07.2012
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