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A soldier from my Military Police Company in training for deployment to Afghanistan, walking though the dust and smoke of a training exercise.
Beautiful nature.
"Sausages for breakfast".
No, you would not want to eat these California Newts as they are more toxic than arsnic.
Taken in the Santa Cruz Mountains at winter mating season.
Touring the Hong Kong harbor
Union Pacific's Heritage Engine depicting paint scheme of Southern Pacific Daylight engine
Cactus Blossom
My cousin, Kathryn tossing the bouquet.
Driving in Champaign
A dark path
Children from all walks of life are the future leaders of this world
This male Timber Rattlesnake kept a good eye on me as he was trying to mate with a female. Shot taken Sterling Forest, Tuxedo Park
My 5 yr old son heading to his teeball game, Fossil Creek Little League, Fort Worth, TX
While watching the sunset from the top of Haleakala on Maui, Hawai'i, I decided it was a perfect scene to jump above the sunset at 10,000 feet.
The Casino and yachts in Avalon Bay, Catalina, Island off the coast of Los Angeles, California
Calgary zookeeper, Valerie Edwards, taking a water break.
Dancing to the beat of the drum to celebrate all women
My older son player Little League Baseball, Fossil Creek Little League
Celebrating women of all ages
Cleaning the stalls in the horse barn I looked over and noticed this snake with what would appear to be a belly full of mice.
Taking a break to watch the sunset after a day of leading students with the outdoor adventure program at the University of Florida. We spent our Veteran's Day Weekend canoeing on the west coast, and w
It took me a little while to figure our why I like this picture. I think its because the mans face is covered leaving him unidentified. All we can gather is that he willing to serve and die for his co
Walk to Green Valley Park in the Fall.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
This male Timber Rattlesnake kept a good eye on me as he was trying to mate with a female. Shot taken Sterling Forest, Tuxedo Park

This male Timber Rattlesnake kept a good eye on me as he was trying to mate with a female. Shot taken Sterling Forest, Tuxedo Park

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© Mike Quinn.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 07.2011
Total Views: 10
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 22, 2011, 10:28 a.m.
Camera Make:
Camera Model: NIKON D5000
Focal Length: 200mm
Shutter Speed: 1/200
Aperture: f8
ISO: ISO2500
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PHOTO LOCATION Tuxedo Park, New York, United States of America