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A go-go dancer
Cars blur by in this shot taken looking southeast on the Brooklyn Bridge
A beautiful sky in a peaceful Virginia valley.
I will never forget this day. The sun warmed the air and the breeze was perfect. I remember the taste of salt as the boat I was aboard calmly moved along the shoreline, barely breaking the water. The
A statue of Jesus against the side of a mausoleum.
Central Park is safe these days.
Touring Cape Cod on a boat, I was fortunate enough to come across a pod of magnificent whales.
A grave in New Orleans
A woman stands alone at the The 9/11 Memorial with the still-under construction Freedom Tower rising at the top right of the photo.
My wife looking around on her first visit to Times Square, NYC, February, 2012.
Departing Port of Miami on the cruise ship Norwegian Epic, December 2012.
A moment from American folk dance.
Two starfish meet in shallow waters off the coast of the Dominican Republic,
Water droplets on an large leaf.
A fly exploring an orchid
Coming in for a Landing
Taking at the famous (or infamous!) Maho Beach on the island of St. Maarten in December, 2012. The tourists snap away as a 747 lands at Princess Juliana Airport.
Waiting for a friend in SoHo, NYC, when an approaching pedestrian caused pigeons to take flight.
My Cute Son
Back lit leaf. This was very difficult to shoot in extreme low light condition and get all the details and clarity. It took about two hours to prepare the set and execute the shooting.
Ianculesti Lake in April
Waiting to go home from the concert
Serene California Desert Sunset - Neenach California
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
A moment from American folk dance.

A moment from American folk dance.

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Jefferson, Louisiana, United States of America
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© Ron Goldberg.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 07.2012
Filed Under: The American Experience
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