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Autumn is coming!
harmony
The grey foliage of mature plants at the Huntington Library's cacti and succulent garden
A beautiful fall tree changing color, with the afternoon light shining behind.
With and without sunblock
Some grass in a field on the side of the road. Shot during a snow storm in New England.
Madre e hijos, Cuba
Crowds cheering on marathon runners in Trafalgar Square during the Olympics in London
Silhouette study of the crowd viewing the whale sharks at the Georgia Aquarium.
After arriving late at night on Grand Mesa I was rewarded with this view; I immediately saw the potential for star trails and a moonlit foreground.  This image represents my vision of the experience t
A rescued ostrich at Hillside Animal Sanctuary, Norfolk, proves exceptionally inquisitive!
In the eye of a teenager
Huntington Library's cactus garden, golden barrel cactus on a cool winter day
LEANING,But Turning Left.
nomads selling their handicrafts in a temple
boy resting near Cows
Two fishermen sift through their nets in the early morning haze on the river Ganges
A man standing on the platform waiting the train arrive at Ploshchad Revolyutsii Metro Station. This Station decorated with 76 sculptures with and also a frontier guard with a dog whose nose people ru
Dawn by the sea in Kupari, Croatia, with forest fire on the hillside.
Hard-core dedication to excel in life
hair care
"PRAYER TO SUN-GOD" 
People are doing Prayer and Worship to the Sun-God on the occasion of Chhatt.
Hiking in the Andes, Ecuador
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
In the eye of a teenager

In the eye of a teenager

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Chattanooga, Tennessee, United States of America
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Date Taken: 07.2013
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 29, 2013, 11:41 a.m.
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