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A gorilla holds its hands up to those of a child's at the San Diego Zoo.
The scarier side of insects...
Porte Chochere at the entrance to the old Pittsburgh train station designed by Daniel Burnham
Penn State University Students Celebrating Obama's Election on the steps of Old Main.
A BOY AND OLD GLORIE
no one wants to be late
SHADOW DANCING
Bases loaded and full count
best place to sit- the back of the bus
The Zenith of Life is a Rose in Full Bloom
The Simple Beauty of Detail
Planting taro - or kalo, an ancestor, as it's known in Hawaiian - in fertile, volcanic soil on the big island of Hawaii.
The Sky's The Limit!
The lights of Times Square in New York City.
A garden shack with the first tools of spring waiting for work.
The Biltmore greenhouse looking toward the mountains and a few dark clouds.
Felton Covered Bridge, California
Easton (Our dog) wasn't very happy about sleeping in his sleeping bag for a second night.
The Steel Force rollercoaster at Dorney Park in Allentown, Pennsylvania.
The Holland Tunnel from New Jersey
Place of a Thousand Drips in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Foggy Trees
Tourists gather around le arc de triomphe and enjoy its beauty.
7th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Planting taro - or kalo, an ancestor, as it's known in Hawaiian - in fertile, volcanic soil on the big island of Hawaii.

Planting taro - or kalo, an ancestor, as it's known in Hawaiian - in fertile, volcanic soil on the big island of Hawaii.

TAGS: Culture, Farming, Hawaii, Plant, United States

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 04.2009
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Date Uploaded: May 15, 2009, 8:50 p.m.
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Camera Model: DSLR-A700
ISO: ISO200
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