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Artisanal fishing pier located on the Avenida Beira Mar Norte in Florianpolis.
A sunset over a lower-middle class Florida neighborhood.
Granddaughter's elementary school play.
It's Prague and, appropriately, something seems very Kafka-esque in this closeup of a handmade 3-D postcard.
As we pass on a tourist boat, this Cambodian boy peers at us from the gate of his floating houseboat on flooded Lake Tonie Sap.
At the base of the Eiffel Tower on Bastille Day
Window on the wall of a blue house on Grand Cayman Island.  But is the little girl really looking out?
What seems at first to be a typical Caribbean scene is actually a trompe d'oeil painting on the
Insect fertilizing a lush island flower in the Bahamas.  What might have been a pretty picture of a colorful flower is made special by the single insect attracted by its pollen.
Flatlander Travel. On a rise overlooking Wisconsin's Grand River Wildlife Refuge in early spring.
Broken eggs on my counter
A mountain lion in southern Colorado.
Sunset photo taken just east of Crater Lake in Oregon.
Hiking in the woods at sunset
At the Great Wall in China
Antique Olds
White shark takes seal in False Bay, South Africa
A young girl sits among bags of rice in one of the Pueblos Blancos (White Towns)
Sunset along the Oregon Coast - Yaquina Lighthouse located near Newport Oregon.
Just found.
A moth feeding
Sunrise after a massive storm.
Fire Dance, Full Moon Party Bay, Koh-Phangan, Thailand
MTB riders travel today where camel caravans travelled in ancient times in the Jodeah desert between Jerusalem and the dead sea
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Sunset photo taken just east of Crater Lake in Oregon.

Sunset photo taken just east of Crater Lake in Oregon.

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Date Taken: 07.2012
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