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From on top of the main tunnel structure, overlooking Budapest at night.  A couple in love...
From the High Atlas Mountains in Morocco, the indigenous people build their homes out of the materials provided by nature.
Man has the power to build magnificent things, but we always find ourselves marveling at the horizon don't we?
Monks in the Ankgor Wat temple complex during a ceremony
Elephants having a family chat
A moroccan berber man sits in his one chair barber shop in Marrakech souks
The completely undisturbed remain of a iguana skeleton on a beach in the Galapagos Island chain.
Bright green Chameleon on a night drive through the African brush
African Sunset
Lions in the road
Lunch time at Kruger
Zebras in the Road
Potholes of Blyde River Canyon National Park
Out for a hike with my son and we came across a small birch tree. All of its leaves were totally dead and the trees around were all alive and green. the ornaments were on the dead tree.  we then notic
Flags hangs from a ladder truck at the 2nd Annual 9/11 Stair Climb.
Monterey, California Harbor Seal
Old Grist Mill
Gulls on the jetties.
Horses and mules on parade in Santa Barbara
Black and Yellow Argiope (Argiope aurantia) - As a work-at-home-bound person toiling in thick suburbia, I revel in the fact that I can capture the nature I can in my own backyard.
Annual 9/11 Stair Climb, started by Kole Vallatini.
At Woodmont Beach Connecticut on Aug. 21, 2013,  watching the Blue Moon rise out of the water looking more red than blue.
Mexican cemetery, just outside of Puerto Vallarta.
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Zebras in the Road

Zebras in the Road

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© Whitney Wood.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 05.2012
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Aug. 28, 2013, 10:26 p.m.
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Camera Model: Canon PowerShot SD1100 IS
Focal Length: 18.6mm
Shutter Speed: 1/500
Aperture: f4.9
ISO: ISO125
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