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Why a mother prays: My son, the sawyer, uses a chainsaw to cut off a knot that is causing the log to jam on the carriage.
It is not a job for everyone. These construction workers put in the "nuts and bolts" that bind together the sections a 230 ft. communication tower, now in use by local law enforcement and emergency re
A volunteer firefighter opens the door to have the flames jump out to greet him. The young firefighter is in training, learning to be the first line of emergency help to his neighbors and friends in t
An early spring fire burned 1600 acres. Every firefighter from near and far responded to fight the blaze before homes or lives were lost. A lone fireman vigilant watched the fire's progress behind a h
Volunteer firefighters are every small town's heroes. In our times of emergency, they drop everything to respond to help their neighbors and friends. They tend us when we are sick, pull us from car ac
My new neighbor
looking out from the driveway after a big storm
Remembrance for those at Ground Zero
Relfections of America
weather balloon over albuquerque, new mexico 9.22.12
White Marlin Portrait
Pike Blenny attacking its own reflection in mirror
Caribbean Goby
Male Banded Jawfish with eggs
Zebra portrait
Cheetah cub peering beneath its mother
Mother Cheetah with cubs
Two men are about to slaughter a dead pig under the edge of the knives.
Tunnel of Live Oaks, Savannah, GA
Swooshing Flies on a Sunny Day
Peeking Leopard
A different take on a common 4th of July firework.
A cloudy day in Florence - view of the "Ponte Vecchio".
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Pike Blenny attacking its own reflection in mirror

Pike Blenny attacking its own reflection in mirror

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Morris, Illinois, United States of America
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Date Taken: 12.2011
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