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Sak Pase! Learning Creole and making friends in Ft. Liberte, Haiti.
Old fishing reels of my dad's that were about to be auctioned off.
A dear family friend watched as my father's belongings were auctioned off.
Wild coyote stopped just long enough to pose for a photo. Shot while I was taking a step back in time, shot with a 35mm film camera.
Far Far away; climbing the mountain on the way to the the Citadel in Ft. Liberte, Haiti.
Games from the late 19th/early 20th century as demonstrated at a Horne Creek Living Historical Farm event
Un-Ruins; climbing the Citadel in Ft. Liberte, Haiti.
Watching the Blue Angels over San Francisco Bay.
Flying with the Big Boys.
Gull Formation.
Mirror Mirror; the fairest view of my motel compound in Ft. Liberte, Haiti.
An early American kitchen
Walking the streets of Ft. Liberte, Haiti.
An old wood cook stove from the early nineteenth century.
Vach; a cow connecting with the camera in Ft. Libere, Haiti.
Birth Day; my first time seeing a C-section and her first time seeing the world.
My husband's passion is playing guitar.
Late fall in Pittsburgh, PA
Looked up while walking down the park.
The Narrows hike in Zion National Park is the world's largest slot canyon - and holds incredible beauty for those willing to make it up the Virgin River.
An old log barn used in the late 19th and early 20th century for curing tobacco. This one, located at the Horne Creek Living Historical Farm in NC, is in pristine condition
Traveled to Guangxi, China and found this lady pulling her cart and walked peacefully.
Elakala falls #2 in Blackwater State Park is in full force after spring rains.
Looking into the eyes of a beautiful baby boy.
A lake nestled next to a mountain range, mist rising, and beautiful light add up to make a quintessential Adirondack sunrise.
Fall colors explode in the Adirondack State Park.
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
An old wood cook stove from the early nineteenth century.

An old wood cook stove from the early nineteenth century.

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Pinnacle, North Carolina, United States of America
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 05.2010
Filed Under: The American Experience
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 16, 2012, 7:16 p.m.
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