Altered Images
arrow left arrow right
photo contest slideshow
In a tipical chilean rodeo this old man's look reflected a wave of emotions
Wings of freedom
Closed Post Office in Mojave National Preserve.
Ornamental jewelry displayed in a trade fair.
Spectacular Sunset on the Eastern Shore of Maryland
First dance.  The spider and bee look like they are sharing a tender first kiss while balanced on a chive flower, but really it was a sneaky ambush by the spider.
I was photographing birds at a drinking pool hide when this Blue Tit flew in and started to bathe. I love the splayed feathers and the arcs of water droplets, and of course, the perfect X. My lens was
Butterfly in the Frank Church River of No Return Wildernss
Give us a kiss and a hug
The sun awakes the forest
"Spain #41"/ "Carnival Man"
I SAW THIS FARMER WHEN I WAS ASCENDING TO THE EVEREST BASE-CAMP IN 2008. DUE TO RUGGED TERRAIN, THE LIVES THERE STILL REMAINS VERY PRIMITIVE. BUT HIS SMILE LEFT HUGE IMPACT ON ME AS HE SHOWED THE MEAN
It now has a salinity of more than 40%, which is saltier than ocean water.The beach is made not of sand, but crushed shells, mounds and mounds of them. Old fish skeletons are everywhere.
on a hot summer day on the beach you need a good refresh
The art of nature
Wa people are known for their colorful clothes. Taken in Wengding, Yunnan.
A Journey Through the Grimm Forest.
Man sitting at the entrance of a bowling alley.
Lone man sitting on Driftwood Beach overlooking the Atlantic Ocean in Georgia, USA.
Eye of the Horse
I was walking along the Klamath Wingwatchers Lake Ewauna Nature Trail and found this American White Pelican swimming slowly northward. A boat went by at just the right distance and speed to create wav
"Nothing is lost, everything is transformed"
Cattle on the riverbank in Costa Rica after the rainstorm.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
I SAW THIS FARMER WHEN I WAS ASCENDING TO THE EVEREST BASE-CAMP IN 2008. DUE TO RUGGED TERRAIN, THE LIVES THERE STILL REMAINS VERY PRIMITIVE. BUT HIS SMILE LEFT HUGE IMPACT ON ME AS HE SHOWED THE MEAN

I SAW THIS FARMER WHEN I WAS ASCENDING TO THE EVEREST BASE-CAMP IN 2008. DUE TO RUGGED TERRAIN, THE LIVES THERE STILL REMAINS VERY PRIMITIVE. BUT HIS SMILE LEFT HUGE IMPACT ON ME AS HE SHOWED THE MEANING OF REAL HAPPINESS.

TAGS: Nepal

photographer avatar
Shatin, New Territories,, Hong Kong
Member since 2014
Photo Information
Copyright:
© MAGGIE LO.
All rights reserved.
Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 10.2009
Filed Under: Altered Images
Camera Information
Date Uploaded: Nov. 30, 2011, 10:49 a.m.
Camera Make:
Camera Model: Canon PowerShot SX100 IS
Focal Length: 60mm
Shutter Speed: 1/400
Aperture: f4.3
ISO: ISO160
Report This
SMITHSONIAN.COM COLLECTIONS
PHOTO LOCATION Nepal