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Winter 2008 in Embrach village, Switzerland. Nikon D80, program manual, exposure 1/320, aperture f/3.5, length 18mm.
Cornfields on a thunderstormy day

Canon Eos 40D, EF 135 2.8 Softfocus @ ISO 100, f/7.1
TITLE: fighiting on-board
(two persons are engrossed in the chess-board on the footpath of an important street in the Kolkata city ignoring the usual busy evening of the city)
My son Cam, 3, feeds the geese at Burke Lake Oct. 24, 2010.
Red, White and Blue Times Two
One morning of Winter I drove to the Mountains of Switzerland to take photos. In the way I met with the beautiful Aegeri lake. Like a mirror reflecting the beauty of the Siwss landscape.
A Florida Postcard Morning
Pretty as a picture!
The Disney World monorail passes overhead.
Virginia Beach's King Neptune supervises the rising of the sun
Runners looking pleased in the annual Turkey Run race
Look at that moss!
Morning twilight over Boston
A little girl watches balloons launch at Lewiston-Auburn's Great Falls Balloon Festival
The Marine Corps Drum and Bugle Corps performs at the Iwo Jima Memorial
Sun sets behind the USS Wisconsin in Norfolk, VA
Look at that moss!
A tiger lies in wait in his bathing pool at Disney's Animal Kingdom
A tiger growls at a stone ball at Disney's Animal Kingdom
A tiger hides in the foliage at Disney's Animal Kingdom
My Golden Retriever looks longingly over the lake.
My son Cody's shoes while he does Halloween crafts at the kitchen table in Manassas, Va., Oct. 9, 2010.
All dressed up and playing the part in the annual Turkey Run race
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Look at that moss!

Look at that moss!

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E. Hampton, Connecticut, United States of America
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© Brent White.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 08.2009
Filed Under: Travel
Camera Information
Date Uploaded: Nov. 26, 2010, 8:44 a.m.
Camera Make: SONY
Camera Model: DSC-S700
Focal Length: 10.4mm
Shutter Speed: 1/13
Aperture: f3.6
ISO: ISO100
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