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Fisherman's grave at the Sklholt cemetary in Iceland.  The short days of winter give ethereal lighting to the hand-forged marker.
The Dancers at the Denver Art Complex
The first big snow storm of 2011 in NYC.  I titled this photo, "Dear New Yorkers, good luck with that Chinese food delivery."
The Capitol under a dramatic sky
Gold mime in NYC Subway
The underbelly of Mrdalsjkull glacier in Iceland, taken a the mouth of a glacial tunnel.  The icecap of the glacier covers the active Katla volcano, and the black soot layers of past volcanic eruption
Wig Shop at midnight in NYC.
bronze ducklings touring Boston
Fresh produce shop featuring fruit grown in the greenhouse cities surrounding Reykjavik.  The cyclist happened to whiz into the photo, wearing a classic Icelandic knitted woolen cap.  We were told tha
Day at the beach
Touring the Napoli Coast, Hawaii
all that glitters is gold - a new look at some random dirt on a street in Boston
Man playinng Japanese drums in a festival.
A Friendly Green Anole lizard.
Red-shouldered Hawks just finishing mating in Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge, Boynton Beach, Florida
Begonia flower beginning to open. It looks science fiction.
Red-shouldered Hawk about to land on the back of it's mate in Aurthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge, Boynton Beach, Florida
i happened upon
Umayyad Mosque
inquisitive little girl
wedding in Seguret
lurking in my orchid
"Edmund Fitzgerald" ~ Veracruz, Mexico  2011 Skip Hunt
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
all that glitters is gold - a new look at some random dirt on a street in Boston

all that glitters is gold - a new look at some random dirt on a street in Boston

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Brookline, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Date Taken: 02.2011
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