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Marchers rally on the anniversary of the coup dtat that brought a miitary junta to power in 1976. Today, Argentines spend each March 24 remembering those who died under the dictatorship.
old friends reunite
Reaching into the void and finding the nuances of life 
Long exposure
A picture I took while visiting the Oregon Coast the summer of 2011. You can see the earth's curve at the horizon from here.
A picture taken for my Design for Digital Media Class. I took it in my backward. The water is in a clay bowl. 
exposure time: 1/400 sec
iso speed: iso-200
f-stop: 5.6
Juan Carlos Ramirez sells used goods in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Villa Crespo. He's also a baker, traveler and father.
More snow during the East Coast blizzard of 2010
Little Briannah posing for me- in the studio
new found friend
Peruvian immigrants sell trinkets in the Argentinian neighborhood of Once.
Just one moment of Love at the Tulip festival.
Watching a beautiful sunset in Wyoming's High Desert Country.
Bus Stop Boy
The game tying penalty kick in the first game of the first season for the new under 13 boys travel soccer team.
Man wearing business suit with string
The great sage of Lago de Atitlan, Guatemala.
Still life of dead insects
The beautiful trees in Tillamook, Oregon.
Protective & Watchful Mother
The night sky as seen by a farmer
...:: Lakkhanjhiri Water Fall ::...
Ornate ironwork in Charleston, South Carolina.
Relaxing and watching the sunset in Panama City.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Watching a beautiful sunset in Wyoming's High Desert Country.

Watching a beautiful sunset in Wyoming's High Desert Country.

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Rock Springs, Wyoming, United States of America
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© Bernice Shuster.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 09.2011
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 22, 2011, 4:46 p.m.
Camera Make:
Camera Model: Canon PowerShot SD1300 IS
Focal Length: 5mm
Shutter Speed: 1/1250
Aperture: f2.8
ISO: ISO160
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