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Dahlia With Curly Petals.  A dahlia that I photographed in the garden of a local historic site.
High altitude pastures in the Pamir Mountain Range, Tajikistan
"It's a big world"  A tiny insect on a very large Dahlia flower.
Castle ruins and the Wakhan Valley, Tajikistan
"Canna Leaf Collage"  An arrangement of canna leaves in a garden at a nearby college.
Bear cooling with ice of the intense heat in Langnau Zoo, Switzerland. Nikon D300, program manual, exposure 1/250, aperture f/5.6, length 300mm.
Bicyclist in the High Pamir mountain range of Tajikistan
Two teenagers, sporting the grunge look, hang out enjoying a snack at the San Diego County Fair.
In the busiest street of downtown Mexico City, a "Cilindrero" with a heavy cylinder player collects tips from a fast passing audience. At shopping primetime, the street is full of people but somehow t
Little Siva
The boy garbed like the Hindu god 'Siva' to earn by playing some mythological stories.
A mother laughs while bathing her young son in a bucket
Chinese tourist looking through binoculars in Taiwan
This photo was captured last November 20, 2010 from one of the beautiful places of Bagac, Bataan, Philippines. For me, this photo shows the relationship of our Mother nature to the person.
Strange day on the bayou
"Shootout On Whiskey Row" - Annual western reenactment event in Prescott, Arizona.
The Embrach village around has a special beauty. Forests, streams and waterfalls dot the landscape of the Swiss people. November 2010. Camera Nikon D300, program manual, exposure 0.6, aperture f/20, l
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Great Lakes Boat coming through the Duluth, MN lift bridge.
A little house in the fields of Embrach village, Switzerland. Summer 2008. Nikon D300, program manual, exposure 1/2000, aperture f/5.6, length 112mm.
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(in a tribal village met this granny with two grandsons who by the yardstick of financial status, were so far from the developed reality that they couldn't even think of havin
Lion from India (Panthera Leo Persica) at Zrich Zoo, Switzerland. Summer 2009. Nikon D300, program manual, exposure 1/640, aperture f/5.6, length 300mm.
The grave of a Nawab - it is the grave of Siraj-Ud-Daulah. He was the last independent Nawab of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa.
Protester at G20 Summit in Pittsburgh.
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Chinese tourist looking through binoculars in Taiwan

Chinese tourist looking through binoculars in Taiwan

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© Alissa Everett.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 10.2010
Filed Under: People
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 26, 2010, 10:05 a.m.
Camera Make:
Camera Model: NIKON D700
Focal Length: 35mm
Shutter Speed: 1/200
Aperture: f14
ISO: ISO200
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