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Clothes swinging from Barcelona balconies
A tiger face painted at a carnival on the fourth of July
A picture of me on some rocks by the Pacific ocean :)
Driving along the beautiful blue coast of the Caribbean Sea on the hot island of Aruba.
View fom an airplane.
Hot air balloon shadow wraps around trees over Spain
Walk on the beach.
Father and Son enjoying the sunset in Oregon.
Conquered the rocks out at sea.
My dad in the Redwood forrest.
View from boat in glacial lagoon
While walking on an abandoned farm near Franklin, North Carolina, I came upon this old farm machinery in an outbuilding.  The original image was in color but converting it to black and white seemed to
Strokkur Geysir erupting in Iceland.  Site of the original geyser.
Self portrait.
Starry self portrait.
While visiting Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, I came upon this wheelwright shop that still makes wheels for horsedrawn wagons and carraiges.
Water.
Airboat through the Everglades
In St Louis looking at planes and seen this this at the front of it. So I call it The Eye
Bumble Bee on a springtime Apple Blossom.
Admiring the history of this crosswalk pole
Firework behind an American Flag on Fourth of July.
Touring the Amalfi Coast
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
While walking on an abandoned farm near Franklin, North Carolina, I came upon this old farm machinery in an outbuilding. The original image was in color but converting it to black and white seemed to

While walking on an abandoned farm near Franklin, North Carolina, I came upon this old farm machinery in an outbuilding. The original image was in color but converting it to black and white seemed to make the subject even older.

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© Joe Saladino.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 07.2011
Filed Under: Travel
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Date Uploaded: Aug. 16, 2011, 7:43 p.m.
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Camera Model: E-520
Focal Length: 14mm
Shutter Speed: 1/30
Aperture: f3.5
ISO: ISO400
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