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HARD WORK
Riding the Waves
Calusa's land and sea at it's pristine moment.
My Grandson Hunter Playing In The Water With A Stick On Honeymoon Island Beach, FL
Saying goodbye to the South Kaibab trail in Grand Canyon.
Butterfly garden in Callaway Gardens, GA
The Lady and the Buddha
Young black bear trying to hide behind leaves in tree
Enjoying childhood in the beach.
Perched
Elder monk watching as a young boy gets ordained into monkhood
radio active algae.
Red Umbrellas
This dense Oregon coast fog made it difficult for the sunrise light to push through as a background for the flying seabirds.
Magnificent Sunset!
One way of nature's ways of showing art is through its sky!
Camera : Nikon D90, lens: 18-200mm AFS Nikkor ED DX.
Travelling is the part of Education. Here the students are performing their educational Tour. The Place is SARNATH -- the birth place of eleventh
Whilst touring South Africa I stayed in the small seaside village of Knysna where these Xhosa women were selling their wares, the rich woods and vibrant tones of the bowls glistened beautifully in the
Witness to the One Nation Rally
I See I
I use self portraiture to express how I feel dealing with a spine injury and chronic pain. It reminds me that I am something more than what my body experiences every day. It is also a good di
playing with lines in black and white.
Gnarly and twisted trees shot with a super wide angle lens while lying on the ground looking upward.
My Grandson Hunter At The Beach On Honeymoon Island Playing In The Water
Little gnome with moon flower.
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
radio active algae.

radio active algae.

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Photo Information
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© Veronica Keddy.
All rights reserved.
Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 08.2010
Filed Under: Altered Images
Camera Information
Date Uploaded: Dec. 1, 2010, 8:20 a.m.
Camera Make:
Camera Model: Canon PowerShot SD790 IS
Focal Length: 18.6mm
Shutter Speed: 1/250
Aperture: f4.9
ISO: ISO100
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