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Under the Chattanooga foot bridge in Autumn.
A bit damp out here
Oakledge Beach and the sunset
A Sunset At The Country Lake
Cirque du Soleil clowns waiting for the curtain to open and the show to begin!
Senior Pictures, loving life
My little girl pinning to her heart's content on the first day of spring.
Crow Days dance contest in Crow Agency, Montana.
Artificial Vs Natural World-Street light and Moon
First snowfall of 2013 caught on diner tables at a truck stop in Michigan, USA
The Arcade is the oldest coffee shop (1919) and one of the oldest family owned restaurants in Memphis. Elvis used to hang out at the Arcade.
Looking out over Crater Lake in Oregon.
Flaming Gorge Reservoir Bridge, Utah.
canon t2i A local lake had to be drained for dam repairs.  It made for a most intersting place for my kids to explore.  It seemed like we were walking on another planet as my kids gathered sticks, cla
enjoying the weather downtown in the windy city of chicago
Sunflower field while traveling to beautiful valley of Swat.
Hand made poncho gifts
A daily wage hard work labor at Raja Bazar, Rawalpindi during Ramadan Photo walk July 2013.
A shot at Raja Bazar, Rawalpindi during Ramadan Photo walk July 2013.
Fresh Kill. A female lion feasts on a fresh-killed warthog in Chobe National Park, Botswana, Africa.
On a bustling Amazonian dirt road, packed with scores of younger women selling fabrics, the grandmother sat quietly by herself, observing the scene with fresh eyes, as if it were truly her first time.
School children playing in the sand outside of Swakopmund, Namibia.
Celebrating a festival in Japan with my friends.
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Looking out over Crater Lake in Oregon.

Looking out over Crater Lake in Oregon.

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Date Taken: 07.2012
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