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Footprints in the sand
Cat stare
In the Unites States, people will almost always put on an exaggerated smile or some other facade when they see a camera.  This man, like so many Guatemalans that I met, felt no compulsion to do so.  H
A girl sitting alone in a barren room.
A girl sits in a field of clover with her horse.
Posing next to The Venus de Milo.
We're all just prisoner's of our own device.
Scanning.
The Other National Geographic girl.
This was taken at night on a camping trip. Notice the speck of light in the middle - a star. A tribute to a loyal friend, a spot of light in a dark time.
Scenery on the way to Kenai in the summer of 2010
Photo day with my Grandaddy at Cloudland Canyon State Park in Trenton, Georgia.
Something you don't see every day.
An Irishman, German, Hungarian and Mexican enjoying the great outdoors.
Cliffs at Palouse Falls, a relic of ancient floods from Lake Montana or whichever was that giant prehistoric lake.
A Male mosquito changes his skin.
South Dakota Sun set- outside of my house
I was on a hike and took this picture of Bear Butte
Horse Shoe Bend
a beautiful summer afternoon,while I was walking
Thisanjali and Anton resting in a foggy quarry landscape between takes while filming an indie production by Michael Chohaney.
The Texas Star at the State Fair
Jonathan, with his MosinNagant, pretending to be the renowned Simo Hyh counter-sniping from behind a patch of cattails.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Photo day with my Grandaddy at Cloudland Canyon State Park in Trenton, Georgia.

Photo day with my Grandaddy at Cloudland Canyon State Park in Trenton, Georgia.

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Date Taken: 04.2010
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