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Forgotten.
Abandonment.
Break dancing in the streets of Manhattan at the Staten Island Ferry Depot near Battery Park on a hot summers day.
photos taken over one 24 hour span, following the sun and continuing through the night to form a 360 panoramic
A Great Egret & Double-Breasted Cormorants watch each other during breeding season, as if to protect their territory.
panoramic compilation of telephoto and some wider angle shots of a chemical plant and nearby deer at night
"Holy Man"
360 degree polar panoramic compiled from night shots taken out over the James River
"Almost in Tears"
Young child at the top of one of the temples at the Drepung Monastery in Lhasa, Tibet.
Naked iceman formation on Rapids near Big Falls, Minnesota
Night shots from varying focal ranges consisting of a heron (that flew away during exposure) and a spider.
"El Tuerto"
"Spiritual Man"
Beach House located on the Outer Banks of North Carolina
"Red Man"
The Palisades on the Hudson River show off their fall color.
"The Sultan"
Building 44 & 45 at Fort Slocum which was a military installation from 1862 to 1965.
They were razed in 2008
"The Sheppard"
The American Merchant Mariner's Memorial and the Statue of Liberty line up together in Battery Park at dusk.
The sun shining through
Irish dance hard shoes
7th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Night shots from varying focal ranges consisting of a heron (that flew away during exposure) and a spider.

Night shots from varying focal ranges consisting of a heron (that flew away during exposure) and a spider.

TAGS: Focus, Heron, Night, River, Spider, United States, Virginia

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Newport News, Virginia, United States of America
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© Mathew Farris.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 10.2007
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Date Uploaded: Dec. 2, 2009, 9:47 p.m.
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