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While on safari at Tanzania's Serengeti National Park, watching hippos treading water, one of which was a contrarion
Winter Scene in My Front Yard
A boy enjoys his couch fort. Stay out! Grr!
My wife and daughter sharing a moment.
Three generations scouting out a fishing spot on the Tennessee River.
This is a photograph of Emily, a shelter cat that was available for adoption. I used a photo filter and framing on her photo.
Abandoned grain elevators in Inverness Montana.
A homeless man in India sleeping on his bed. all he posesses is with him. Bihar has some of the poorest areas where some people are so poor they don't have any cloths to wear.
Shelf Cloud
Father shows son how to work on the van.
Farm house where a friend lived when I was young.
The Holy Roller WWII Tank memorial in London, Ontario. One of the few Canadian tanks to return to Canada from WWII and a tank that was commanded by my wife's late grandfather. Photo taken on 11/11/11.
AMERICAN BLUE GENES ARE WORN BY EVERYONE - INCLUDING ME.
Bear Mountain Bridge viewed from Fort Montgomery in autumn.
While on safari at Kenya's Amboseli National Park, watching a baby baboon yawn while an adult examines its own hand
Canadian Snowbirds at the Trenton Airshow.
THE BEAUTIFUL OIL LAMP KEPT US IN LIGHT FOR MANY YEARS.
This photo is of an early morning sunrise over a pond where many ducks and swans live.
While on safari at Tanzania's Serengeti National Park, watching a female leopard lick her chops after finishing a meal and climbing down from her tree
Abandoned grain elevators at Carson North Dakota.
The constant winds have warped the structures.
One of a series of photographs,about the vanishing west.
A silhouetted sunset.
Reading "Traffic Signs" in New York City.
Which way do we want to go?
The beauty of color.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
The Holy Roller WWII Tank memorial in London, Ontario. One of the few Canadian tanks to return to Canada from WWII and a tank that was commanded by my wife's late grandfather. Photo taken on 11/11/11.

The Holy Roller WWII Tank memorial in London, Ontario. One of the few Canadian tanks to return to Canada from WWII and a tank that was commanded by my wife's late grandfather. Photo taken on 11/11/11.

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Brampton, Canada
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© Adam Shortt.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 11.2011
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Filed Under: Travel
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 21, 2011, 9:36 p.m.
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Camera Model: NIKON D80
Focal Length: 18mm
Shutter Speed: 1/200
Aperture: f16
ISO: ISO400
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