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Man working hard to put hay on the haystack.
A true wine lover.
The girl with a hat, a drop of color in the landscape. This photo was taken at Muddy Volcanoes in Romania: the most spectacular feature include small volcano-shaped structures typically a few meters h
This is the life!
The clouds look like in a pointilliste painting due to the ice crystals on the airplane window.
visiting fontana dam in north carolina
A diverged road in Central Park
A smile created by a firefly.
Poverty at Work:

Photograph captured in Laguna Beach, California at a diner called Johnny Rockets.
Florence Cathedral
Flower made of chairs. Ingenious way of arranging chairs.
This image was captured in a high mountain lake in Snowy Range, Wyoming.
Beautiful Romanian carpets lead your view to my mother, who looks like she's posing for a fashion show.
Dragonfly Bokeh
Quack at former Romanian president's desk.
Smart dog, which may be able to read, sleeps under the white truck, not under the hot car (see the license plate).
White cacti flowers, a symbol of purity.
Splendid cactus flower in bloom in Olimp seaside resort, Romania.
Father stands alone as foreboding clouds gather en masse on the brink of a violent hail storm atop Rocky Mountains.
Toronto
A black sheep eggplant: just the eyes and mouth were carved, the rest is natural.
Two elements are worthy of notice: a branch that looks like a sling shot & The eye of a needlea natural hole in a stone wall on the Alum Bluff trail; there are actually two holes, one in the center of
Toronto, CA
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
This image was captured in a high mountain lake in Snowy Range, Wyoming.

This image was captured in a high mountain lake in Snowy Range, Wyoming.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 05.2009
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Aug. 21, 2011, 6:43 p.m.
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