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Young visitors to a"Dinosaurs!" exhibit get sprayed with "venom" from an animatronic creture. Luckily, it's just water.
The military graves section of a Savannah, Ga., cemetery
US Coast Guardsmen take a buoy topside from the hold of a river buoy tender.
Car show, small town America: 1957 Chevy
Lannie & Blue waiting for the neighbors dog to come out and play!
A man cycling along the streets of Manila Bay, Philippines.
a picture of my Mom's roses
Zigopterus in flight
Panorama of a small lake in Umbra forest in Puglia, Italy
For Love? - Man cycles on his bicycle and wheels a lady's bicycle alongside him
layer of grain, sunflower and forest
Sometimes in the Bay Area, the fog does not form directly at sea level, but rather forms only after it is pushed up by the mountains and cools.  This leaves lots of room for the sunlight to dance with
Ironman Triathlete Kendra Goffredo poses next to the Lincoln Memorial in the early morning in Washington DC
Henry "Sugar Poo" Buchanan attacks his opponent at a card at the DC Convention Center, Washington DC
These heavyweight boxers were sweating profusely by the last round of their bout, which made for dramatic photos! As a ringside photographer, I had to frequently wipe the sweat (and blood) from my len
Richard Pierson was losing this fight before landing a counter-right that landed flush on Farah Ennis' chin. The punch did not alter the outcome (Pierson lost a unanimous decision) but he can claim cr
Lightweight boxer Todd Wilson is known for his tough demeanor and blue-collar style. He won this fight despite an ugly gash on his scalp courtesy of an accidental headbutt.
Beautiful sunset
Heavyweight Steve Cunningham punishes Jason Gavern in their bout at the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ
Chinese actor puts on make-up
A tiger lily growing in my backyard.
Carfree Area in Ghent, Belgium
Virginia Birds
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Sometimes in the Bay Area, the fog does not form directly at sea level, but rather forms only after it is pushed up by the mountains and cools. This leaves lots of room for the sunlight to dance with

Sometimes in the Bay Area, the fog does not form directly at sea level, but rather forms only after it is pushed up by the mountains and cools. This leaves lots of room for the sunlight to dance with the landscape in the background.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 10.2012
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Date Uploaded: Oct. 29, 2012, 11:40 p.m.
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