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Easy vs Hard!
Capturing the excitement of People displaying pride for their country and heritage.
Distant Hopes!
Fishing on Lake Itasca
Own World!
Dorzee Dadul, Buddhist, and one of the last Amchis(physician practising Tibetan indigenous medicine system) in Ladakh, in his chamber, checking pulse of patient and childhood friend Ghulam Qadir.
Living in a third world country with power outages every hour. For years, working in the heat during the day with no A.C. not even fans and no electricity  Sitting infront of dim lit candle when there
Abdul Majid Bhat,hookah in hand, a ghorawallah(one who lends horses to tourists) in his kitchen with family and friends.
Rain on the window flying home to Portland from New york.
Sunny summer days with blue skies
Monitoring the behaviors of endagered and nearly extinct wildlife. Closely observing the 61yearold elephant, the oldest in Asia was profound. Despite evidence of old age, the elephant stood strong!Thi
My Favourite Flower!
Buddhist women, Kyagar Village, Nubra Valley
Houses on the Move!
Harvest- the end of harvest and the golden autumn light at play...
Hindu Pilgrim on her way back home from Gangasagar,leaning against her own  reflection on window pane of bus.
Venus and moonrise in the desert
Dove on a wire
A day in the life of a cat
"It's my world-I will grow up...I will shine...I will one can beat me"
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Rain on the window flying home to Portland from New york.

Rain on the window flying home to Portland from New york.

TAGS: Connecticut, United States

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West Linn, Oregon, United States of America
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© Quentin Montgomery.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 11.2013
Filed Under: Altered Images
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 6, 2013, 11:13 p.m.
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Camera Model: NIKON D3100
Focal Length: 20mm
Shutter Speed: 1/5
Aperture: f3.8
ISO: ISO3200
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PHOTO LOCATION Portland, Connecticut, United States of America