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taken on a convoy through a small town in afghanistan
Daughters posing for me in front of a Santa Barbara beautiful buildings!!
Shot taken on a convoy through one of Afghanistan's deserts.
Shot taken on a convoy through one of Afghanistan's desolate deserts.
flowers that were blooming on my back deck
Unexpected pair of eyes watching me weed my garden
Taken (of an urchin) on a convoy through a small town in Afghanistan's Helmand province.
john hopkins glacier in glacier bay alaska
Photo taken on a convoy through one of Afghanistan's desolate desert-scapes.
glacier bay
Taken on a convoy through the outskirts of Afghanistans Helmand province.
looking at mt.rainier above
Mt Baker Foothills hike on a summer day with my daughter.  Enchanting view on a rare blue sky day in the North West.
Casino bar in las Vegas, the colorful shapes in the pictures are actually lights!!!
Farmers exchanging views at local country fair.
Marine in the back of a 7-ton in Afghanistan. There was a small beam of light coming in through a flap on the back of the truck- just enough to expose his face while the backdrop remained black.
Urchin from small Afghanistan town.
This photo was taken during a deployment in Afghanistan (on a convoy) of an urchin in a small town called Cafferata.
Scrabble anyone?
A partly cloudy day in Pittsburgh, it looks like the Simpsons clouds in Sprigfield
my daughter really, really craving for candy!!!!!!!!!!!!!! LOL
Mushroom Tree
Sunflowers around my mailbox looking as though they are searching for the mail truck.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
looking at mt.rainier above

looking at mt.rainier above

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Brooksville, Florida, United States of America
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© julie fleming.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 09.2009
Filed Under: Travel
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Date Uploaded: Aug. 31, 2011, 3:54 p.m.
Camera Make: KONICA MINOLTA
Camera Model: DiMAGE Z6
Focal Length: 16.5mm
Shutter Speed: 1/400
Aperture: f8
ISO: ISO50
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