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This tree at Arkansas Post National Memorial reminds me of Edvard Munch's painting, "The Scream".  Arkansas Post National Memorial is an National Park full of history and natural beauty. It is in the
Foggy, Misty, Rainy Day on the Hot Springs, Arkansas National Park Mountain Tower Road just before driving down...
Hot Springs, Arkansas is the childhood home of former President Bill Clinton.
How Drive Through Make Your Time Count.
A dried baby alpaca fetus hanging outside a house in Cusco, Peru. Peruvians believe alpaca fetuses bring good luck and prosperity.
We were building a greenhouse at a school as a service project in Peru. Children from the school loved to play with our cameras while we were working. One day after work I found this self-portrait on
Peruvian hairless dogs are considered a panacea by the Peruvians. They are particularly insistent that the dogs help relieve arthritis.
A native Peruvian woman with her livelihood, a beloved llama.
A newly pubescent boy is unable to hide his attraction from the object of his desire.
One evening in the blue city...
Life in a desert...
I belong here...
Lunch time...
Gamma and Grandbaby looking into the camera.
Street art
Street art
Ecstasy...
Euphoria...
In my grandmothers back yard.
Ice on the road
Friend Cheyenne took a pic of me walking down the railroad tracks.
Sunflower in a field july 4th
Acid under the railroad tracks. Kids swimming the the creek.
Photo taked with and Iphone.
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Lunch time...

Lunch time...

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 11.2010
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Date Uploaded: Sept. 16, 2012, 5:58 p.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS 50D
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