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Wall of a fishery storage in small fishing town of Onagawa in Miyagi Prefecture, northeast Japan, is shattered after being hit by massive tsunami.  The tsunami swallowed entire town up to few kilomete
Leaf with detail.
Grass.
Flowers in Colorado.
The oldest elderly Matss of "Trinta e Um" community, on the brazilian side of Javari river.
Detailed thistle.
A little boy Matss of "So Meireles"  community.
My dad, feeding pigeons in Saint Mark's square
Indigenous man preparing yourself to dance in a typical Matses dance.
Matses's family in front of the health center's window, in the community "Trinta e Um", on the brazilian side of the boarder with Peru.
An obscured and ancient beauty with an dark and twisted past
Hit by massive tsunami after magnitude 9.0 earthquake on March 11, 2011, a small fishing town of Minami-Sanriku in Miyagi Prefecture is completely destroyed .  Unprecedentedly powerful and high tsunam
Mom and daughter of "Trinta e Um" community, on the brazilian side of Javari river (natural boarder between Brazil and Peru).
Butterfly on tree, taken near Zilker Park in Austin, TX.
Wind & Sand Erosion in Antelope Canyon, Page, AZ
The first time a group of children at an orphanage in south India had ever encountered a white person.
Cathedal Mountains 
Sedona, AZ

Walking a dirt trail to the river when I found what I thought would be a good picture.
View across a historic barn in Pt. Reyes, California.
Matss indigenous men in a typical ceremony in "So Meireles" Community.
Man walking along to coast.
Cows feeding in rural Pt. Reyes, California
Roma, Italia
On our way to Isle of Skye, we stopped and took this beautiful landscape shot.
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Hit by massive tsunami after magnitude 9.0 earthquake on March 11, 2011, a small fishing town of Minami-Sanriku in Miyagi Prefecture is completely destroyed . Unprecedentedly powerful and high tsunam

Hit by massive tsunami after magnitude 9.0 earthquake on March 11, 2011, a small fishing town of Minami-Sanriku in Miyagi Prefecture is completely destroyed . Unprecedentedly powerful and high tsunami well overcame the seawalls in front of the town.

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Osaka-City, Osaka, Japan
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Date Taken: 03.2011
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