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This heron was caught wading through the stream outside the UNC-Asheville campus in winter. (Photo  Jeffrey DeCristofaro.)
The All American Commute, Part Two, Lincoln Memorial
A House Divided Will Not Stand, Lincoln at Sunrise
A little Life of a kitty. Just learn what going him.What this? What that? What I'm smelling?
A House Divided Will Not Stand, Lincoln at Sunrise
All American Commute, Part Two, Lincoln Memorial over the Patomac
All American Commute, Part One, Memorial Bridge over the Patomac
Eclipsed by Jefferson, The Jefferson Memorial, Washington DC at Sunrise
President Obama "Fly By" of 2012 Cherry Blossoms at their Peak
A dancer from the Kabuki theater company of Bando Kotoji, master of traditional Japanese dance. They were visiting the U.S. from Japan, and this was a rare opportunity for Americans to see  performanc
A nandina bush in the snow, with an astonishing snowflake in the upper lefthand corner.
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Canal Street in New Orleans at dusk.
An alleyway of the local Chinese residential neighborhood.
Older men watching younger men play in the local park.
Peeking through the bushes
Alleway between two houses leading to garages in a Chinese residential area.
Lonely cow at Wheeler Farm
Pipes peeking up into the sky.
Children playing in the local park.
Friend's pets lounge at home, slightly bored.
The color and setting of this Cuban Street Busker cought my eye while walking through an open square in Havana Cuba.
Saw this open door to a home in Cuba.  Immediately I thought of all the memories made behind this open door.
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 03.2012
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Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: April 3, 2012, 5:58 a.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS 60D
Focal Length: 250mm
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Aperture: f7.1
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