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A picture I took of me with focus on my peacock earring.
Neighborhood celebration of the 4th of July
Preparing to cook outside
East River Late Afternoon
Immature bald  eagle in British Columbia Canada
Visiting Letchworth Park in upstate New York on a beautiful October day
The hanging frizzles from a tree in my backyard.
Hallway in abandoned hotel in Pripyat, the nearest town to the nuclear reactor at Chernobyl
My dog, Maggie, decided to take a nap on my chair when something interesting happened outside the window.
The other side of paradise - Aruba
In a fishing village near Soufrere, St. Lucia.
Playing with my daughter in our back yard on a sunny Spring day.  I'm soaking up the baby love!
In a fishing village near Soufrere, St. Lucia.
Tip tops of yellow flowers outside.
Cropped picture of pink flower.
Wall mural outside abandonded supermarket in Pripyat, the nearest town to the nuclear reactor at Chernobyl
Fully blossomed flower on a farm in Arcata.
Joy on a Carousel
Photographer says, "Make a goofy face"
Street Musician, Halifax Nova Scotia, Canada
June 2011
Leftover's of a dog's brunch.
While photographing wood ducks in Ontario Canada in winter I was very lucky to capture this Wood duck drake displaying his beautiful colours. What gives this image to me pop is he is high keyed in the
Cooling off on a Hot Summer Day - Just hanging out
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Playing with my daughter in our back yard on a sunny Spring day. I'm soaking up the baby love!

Playing with my daughter in our back yard on a sunny Spring day. I'm soaking up the baby love!

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Hohenwald, Tennessee, United States of America
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 05.2010
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 22, 2011, 7:36 a.m.
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Camera Model: DSC-W220
Focal Length: 5.4mm
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