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Abby in her favorite sunny spot, curled around a paperweight.
Sailing down the Venetian canals
My sister and my pet Lizard
Saint Peter's in Rome, Spring 2011; I take a shot at the beauty above me after kneeling in prayer
Fall in Texas; We are burying my Father's ashes in the garden below the Church Bell tower. There is beauty in suffering.
A glimpse of the Rio Grande on my way to Taos.
Father Emanuel is exasperated; this is the third time the van has broken down in the past two days! We are on a roadside in Accra waiting for a mechanic, parts of the van strewn across the seat. I lea
The rainy season in Ghana; waiting with a new friend for a summer shower to pass
Its a hot summer day, and the students are returning for the fall semester at Colorado State University. We take a weekend to play in the sand at Horsetooth Reservoir before classes get into full swin
Exploring the Puye cliffs' ancient dwellings.
Anika takes a break from shopping for produce at the Boulder Farmers Market to chat with a friend. It is early fall, the leaves are beginning to turn, the air is crisp, and the creek rushes in the bac
Dakota (AKA Megan, nicknamed for her state of residence) waits for the village women to stop laughing long enough to figure out what to do with her hair. Despite the language barrier, we are having a
Cooling off on a hot summer day in Taos.
A ground squirrel taking a break from the heat in a kiva within the Pecos Pueblo ruins.
Taken as a storm was rolling in and the moon was coming out.
A ground squirrel taking a break from the heat in a kiva within the Pecos Pueblo ruins.
Taken in my backyard spring of 2010 while I was pregnant with my first baby... a boy!
Tent Rocks viewed from mid-way down the canyon trail.
Flow Oconaluftee river, flow
Awesome view of Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks from the highest point of the canyon trail.
Driving along an Upstate, NY country road on our way to camp at Lake Hatch.
taking pictures from the road
Flowers in the park
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Dakota (AKA Megan, nicknamed for her state of residence) waits for the village women to stop laughing long enough to figure out what to do with her hair. Despite the language barrier, we are having a

Dakota (AKA Megan, nicknamed for her state of residence) waits for the village women to stop laughing long enough to figure out what to do with her hair. Despite the language barrier, we are having a great time at the local beauty salon

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 07.2011
Filed Under: Travel
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Date Uploaded: Aug. 27, 2011, 11:08 p.m.
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Focal Length: 5.8mm
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