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Driving on the boat, dolphin swam up next to us.
Walking on the beach, birds flying away.
The 1500 year old Angel Oak.
Sticking together on the Tonle Sap Lake!
A framed sunrise on the Edge of America better known as Folly Beach, south Carolina.
I truned arround while the kids at our VBS were going down the home made water slide, and I saw the most beautiful sunset.
Working hard!
Living
Working together on the Tonle Sap Lake!
Boy playing on jungle gym
On the roof top across from Seattle Center
No matter where cement is laid, nature finds a way.
This sunflower is ready for to be pollinated
Farmer Talking to visitors at sustainable Farm
Buckeye Butterfly on Queen Anne's Lace
I came upon a turtle laying eggs by Lake Bancroft
Little Girl sitting at picnic table
Turkey pen on Sustainable Farm
A Lined Shore Crab eating the arm of another of its species.  The scientific name for this animal is pachygrapsus crassipes.
Hungry cubs
Tropical Wedding
Ivy covered wall on a side street in Rome Italy on a hot August day.
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No matter where cement is laid, nature finds a way.

No matter where cement is laid, nature finds a way.

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Ellensburg, Washington, United States of America
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Date Taken: 07.2009
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Date Uploaded: Aug. 17, 2011, 6:58 p.m.
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