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Abandoned home in Joshua Tree, CA
me pregnant with my daughter
my dog Rose hugging her stuffed animal taking a nap.
Hiking in the woods ib Sylacoga Alabama and found an old cabin that has fallen in.
my children boatingand enjoying the wind in thier hair on Coosa River in Alabama on a hot summer day
Off of Haiti's hilly coast, this man paddles by himself.
my cat tiny watching me
just woke up, waiting on bathtub to fill.
my lovely 12 week old daughter
My daughter sleeping in my arms
Mother and Child: My beautiful daughter asleep in my arms.
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Swirling Colors
Yellow Dragon Acrobats
Waterfall at the Ledges State Park
The eye of the Tiger
A curious fawn that lives in the prairie behind my house went out exploring on its own for the first time.
Jackson Hole, WY.

I think the only thing you CAN do is stop right there.
Last year, I won a trip to Jackson Hole, WY and stayed in Teton Village. It was with great luck  that I got to learn to ski in such a great town. There was a shuttle to/from my condo, but I preferred
Idaho
Agriculture fascinates me greatly. Think about the farmer that owns this land and all of the hard work s/he puts into it daily; and it's beautiful.
Exiting Yellowstone National Park, MT

This photo is very iconic. It makes me think about pioneers that traveled westward in search of a better life. Not much has changed.
Two Pekin ducks share what seems to be a friendly kiss near a pond illuminated by the warm glow of the setting sun.
Agriculture makes for amazing photographs. As a passenger, I was able to get this while the car was moving. This was taken on a road trip through Idaho.
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 07.2011
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