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Helping out building a home for the needy in Tijuana.
On a "Live Oak" in St. Augustine, Florida.
At the Lighthouse Museum.
The Tulip Festival, 2010 in Skagit Valley, Washington.
No words were spoken. After it spooked, the handler calmed this horse as he gently held its head during a horse  carriage parade. It calmed down immediately. Note the carriage behind it reflected in t
My cousin at a volleyball match.
The sky on a cloudy day in St. Augustine, Florida
Red Canyon, Wyoming: stopped here to photograph this glorious sight during a solo driving trip across the country. Although taken in June, it was very cold here and the wind was furiously blowing. It
Walking along in the park I see this pretty little bird way up in a tree. It was almost as if he knew I was there with a camera. He posed for the camera at least a minute! What a great subject the bir
Window at my old condo
At Dn Aengus on the Aran Islands
Shakin' it off! My dog Samson in Long Bar Pond right next to the Feather River in Oroville, CA. He is a kangal mix breed and my best friend.
Visiting a stable in Jugville Michigan near sunset, the sunlight was reflecting off the dust outside the stable.  The horse only appeared after I started photographing and disappeared after I finished
Baby sea turtle making its way to the sea.
White bird and black bird sitting on President Lincoln's hand.
Monarch chrysalis in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park
Protesting outside the East Gate of Ft. Hood
Construction in Downtown Missoula, MT
A peaceful day in Tampa,Florida in the back of the house that I nanny at.
Camper parked in front of a house
Farm in Missouri
Corn field in Missouri
Cornfield in Blackburn, MO
The Lawn Bowling Club in San Francisco
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Visiting a stable in Jugville Michigan near sunset, the sunlight was reflecting off the dust outside the stable. The horse only appeared after I started photographing and disappeared after I finished

Visiting a stable in Jugville Michigan near sunset, the sunlight was reflecting off the dust outside the stable. The horse only appeared after I started photographing and disappeared after I finished. This is the only part of the horse I ever saw.

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Date Taken: 06.2010
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Date Uploaded: Aug. 18, 2010, 4:04 p.m.
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