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On the outside looking in.
This was taken at 8:00 am and it was the beginning of a fresh spring day.
Tiger lounging.
Adorable baby elephants rolling around playing.
The Passage of Time
Rice Terrace Farmer of Dazhai
The Lonely Cormorant Fishermen
A beautiful flower found in a lily pond walking through the sculpture garden of Brookgreen Gardens.
Columns, Maumee Ohio 2011
Two drunks people-watching in Buenos Aires
The Busy Window, Chicago 2011
A Day in the Life of Two Cowboys
Roman coffee shop
Contemplation
Fountain at the Vatican
The Kingdom of Grain
Into the unknown
There is a bird rookery near where I live, it is just a small, man-made lake in the center of town. It has become a habitat for a few endangered species of birds. This Black Crown Night Heron is one o
WE were enjoying a nice family night out in our backyard.   As dusk started to approach, this is how the sky started to look. I couldn't miss taking this shot because it is so beautiful.
As i was wandering around my backyard with my camera, I decided to shoot this flower.  I got an unexpected but welcome subject in this busy little bee.
My daughter told me about a rock which gets covered in ice every winter.  She took me to this rock and this is the result.
This gorgeous fellow was perched in a tree when i was comming home from school. He was enjoying a nice sunny day after several days of snow and ice.
I saw this outside my doctor's office.  This beautiful icicle is the result of several weeks of thawing and re-freezing.
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© Taryn Cutrona.
All rights reserved.
Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 03.2011
Filed Under: People
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Date Uploaded: Aug. 16, 2011, 8:37 a.m.
Camera Make:
Camera Model: VLUU L100, M100 / Samsung L100, M100
Focal Length: 11.8mm
Shutter Speed: 1/30
Aperture: f4
ISO: ISO100
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