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Walking to school from work.
Home of George Eastman, innovator and entrepreneur who founded the Eastman Kodak Company and invented roll film, which helped to bring photography to mainstream America and to people around the world.
Music is has always been a focus in the Music Man's life and what has made living on the streets bearable. Music Man is homeless and has lived under the sky for more than four decades.
So close, yet so far.
Times Square
Made of Layers, Like Onions
Blur in Times Square
Summer Bouquet
While still maintaining his annonymity, the universally famous,world famous, still eccentric Eagle photographer displays the nerves of steel one must possess while scouting the Utter Rim of the New Ri
The Black Beauty
A homeless people sleeping on the sand.
An old remnant of the past, weathered and worn, holds on for one more day.
A quick shot of a man enjoying his bowl of soup in a small restaurant near Los Angeles.
He looked satisfied and seemed to cherish every morsel.
girl in the window
ecstasy
On the road again.
General Jackson Riverboat on the Cumberland River, a showboat reminiscent of the 1817 boat of the same name, and featuring country music a la Opryland.
Walking in Staten Island
Riot of colors of an autumn forest.
Camera: Panasonic DMC-ZS1
The View From the Top
A young lady in placid mood while wearing an orange colored life jacket & a grey hat.
Serenity's Summer Fun
jelly fish in Oregeon
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
An old remnant of the past, weathered and worn, holds on for one more day.

An old remnant of the past, weathered and worn, holds on for one more day.

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Victor, Montana, United States of America
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Date Taken: 07.2010
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