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Attending a Quiz Bowl Tournament at the University of Wisconsin
A percheron horse waiting to go outside for the day.
Twilight in Carcassonne, France
In my life Ive been born twice , first in the 1984  my mother opened my eyes to the world and second in the 2004 my camera opened my eyes . But this two birth are different From each other , because t
In my life Ive been born twice , first in the 1984  my mother opened my eyes to the world and second in the 2004 my camera opened my eyes . But this two birth are different From each other , because t
The Sculptor is sculpting a monk statue,according to the photo that placed behind him.This moment caught my eye during my visit to Giant Buddha temple at Phuket, Thailand.
Baby Marilyn Monroe; Goofing off in the Studio
Anchor by the Brahmaputra, Dibrugarh
A store for steel utensils in Trichy, Tamil Nadu
Disguised by Society
Holding up a baby mango by the back waters of Alleppey, Kerela
There's a Dark Side to Everyone
Factory worker in the Borborooah tea factory, Dibrugarh, Assam
Bringing out the Beauty in Babies
Abkhazia, Sukhum, abandoned train station
The Joy in a Child's Smile
Russia, Saint Petersburg, flea market "Udelnaya", seller
Pluckers returning in the afternoon at the Cinnamara Tea Garden, Jorhat, Assam
On top of the world at Yosemite National Park
Pluckers returning in the afternoon at the Cinnamara Tea Garden, Jorhat, Assam
My trip to Yellowstone National Park
Pluckers returning to deliver the afternoons pickings at Bokel Tea Garden, Dibrugarh, Assam
Capturing the love between siblings
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
There's a Dark Side to Everyone

There's a Dark Side to Everyone

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Athol, Idaho, United States of America
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Date Taken: 04.2013
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