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A man carrying too many chickens in Bangladesh.
These kids were playing on the "Roof of the World".
The Darvaza gas crater was a gas pocket discovered by scientists and set ablaze to prevent toxic fumes from entering their camp.  It is still burning 50 years later.

It has appropriated been named
The Karakuli lake in Xinxiang China stays from for most of the year.
Women hiding from the oppressively hot sun under a tree.
A beautiful tropical flower from the Botanical Collection blooming at Flamingo Gardens in Davie, Florida.
Trump Tower
Very few people go to Bangladesh as a tourist and I coincidentally ended up there as the Shahbag protests were beginning in Dhaka. I quickly left the capital and the protests seemed to follow me every
Meybod a tiny town in the Southern region of Iran. In this town there is this very unique weaving method that only the men are allowed to use to create cotton Persian rugs.
Staring up at the aqua building in chicago
When I finally arrived in Bulunkul I realized there was no conventional way out of the city.  After a few days I found a truck driver that was willing to take me.  That night he slaughtered one of his
Breaking ships is consisted one of the most dangerous jobs in the world.
Hedgehog in his journey must overcome many obstacles and difficulties. Hedgehogs know how to swim!
A Great Blue Heron in the Everglades Wildlife Sanctuary. Sadly unable to fly due to a broken wing but well cared and loved at Flamingo Gardens in Davie, Florida - I am a proud volunteer bringing aware
There was this weird feeling of fear and foreshadowing as I as I was crossing into Afghanistan alongside Taliban casualties. This photo was taken in my first city, during my first hour, on that first
It was an enchanted scene involving a frog in a beech forest.
Table Rock North Carolina
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Attempts the bee for open the petals
Young Mother and her child in the Kibera slum of Nairobi Kenya
Photo was taken the night before brain surgery on my husband, Rick.  My sons, Rick and Tony could not let go of their dad. There is no cure for this cancer. Treatment has not changed in 20 years. I wa
Ant working a little apart from her companions, illuminated by the sunset.
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
When I finally arrived in Bulunkul I realized there was no conventional way out of the city. After a few days I found a truck driver that was willing to take me. That night he slaughtered one of his

When I finally arrived in Bulunkul I realized there was no conventional way out of the city. After a few days I found a truck driver that was willing to take me. That night he slaughtered one of his yak to sell in the capital.

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Date Taken: 04.2013
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Date Uploaded: June 23, 2013, 10:41 a.m.
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