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I notice a sheep during my hike in the Midnight Sun.
Day Nature
AN TRYUEN FESTIVAL VILLAGE
Summer Vacation
Strolling in a public park, I was lucky to meet this unusual little butterfly called Satyrium pruni.
Nature's own golden lace.
Day Nature
old lady selling fresh fish & prawns
The too wide gap along the history may, in cases, kill and martyr those deep and complex emotions of humans, leaving the generations desperate and stranded.
Waterfall in dogwood canyon nature park, Branson, Mo.
Maybe if humans didnt rely too much on those treasures of the past, they could, more easily, think of a way out of this maze of modern human challenges and pains
Train in Branson, Mo
Four geese fly north over Brighton, Colorado.
Waterfall at dogwood canyon
Train in Branson Mo.
into Iran . Mashhad . At 22 months
Wilderness In October
As honeybees face an uncertain future, alternate pollinators like this bee fly might become even more important to the ecosystem.
Neighborhood behind the university that I attend.
A view of God's glory from our cruise ship balcony.
Faces of Firefighters at Jersey Shore fire
Fresno firefighter
End of a work day in the South Texas summer.
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Train in Branson, Mo

Train in Branson, Mo

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Jerks, Oklahoma, United States of America
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Date Taken: 08.2013
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