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A Seahorse in an Aquarium
Every Snow Flake Is Unique
Mt. Lokon volcano on a day it was't smoking.
Watching a Bee pollenate
Roses Frozen in Time
Fire Fog in Snow:
Japanese Maple branches against an Appalachian snow
An afternoon at the Arboretum
The original Capitol columns from 1828 are now a permanent fixture at the National Arboretum in Washington DC.
Mountain lake Fedaia surrounded by the Alps in Fassa Valley, Italy
Pool Reflections:
The upper section of Bald River Falls in autumn color.
We were somewhere in arizona, along I 10, saw this wonderful view, we're far from the nearest exit so this is a handheld sunset shot taken through the window of our van while we were traveling along I
AUTHOR MARK ELSWICK, "Please, read my book!"
Ghosts of the Past:
Along the back roads of Appalachia,  an old International sits in a foggy field.
Bird on wire! What did you think?
I was looking out of my window one evening, and I saw a curious heart half made of reflections...
One night, after a few drinks, a collection of coins from around the world were dug out of a soldier's gear bag; some how along the way, with fumbling fingers, the random assortment of coins went from
Morning Surf:
A very high surf from a tropical storm brought many surfers to the beach at dawn.
NYC skyline from Brooklyn Bridge.
Handheld lightning shot
Under water portrait
Sly little girl
View From broken window at Prairie Peace Park
Fish are drying in front of the fishers dwelling.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
AUTHOR MARK ELSWICK, "Please, read my book!"

AUTHOR MARK ELSWICK, "Please, read my book!"

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 11.2011
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 29, 2011, 7:21 a.m.
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Camera Model: Canon PowerShot SX100 IS
Focal Length: 14.4mm
Shutter Speed: 1/59
Aperture: f3.5
ISO: ISO250
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