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I'm Great Britain
A self portrait of me near my aunt's house in Eritrea.
Reflection of a Lion in the water in the Linyanti Wetlands, Botswana.
Bog next to the Mississippi river, found while doing a project for my ecology class.
Wedding Couple in Times Square
Me in a beautiful field near tzomet kibbutzim in the north of Israel.
Taken with my Nikon D90, I came across this dragonfly with something in it's mouth.  After looking closely at the photo, it appeared the afternoon snack she was feasting on was a lady bug.  Just anoth
Waterdrops
Canon EOS Kiss X3,Shutter Speed 1/45 sec., F-Number F4/4.5, ISO-320
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B Reactor, a U.S. National Historic Site, was the first ever large scale nuclear reactor.  Commissioned as part of the Manhattan Project, B-Reactor produced plutonium to help bring and end to World Wa
Dog Walkers in New York City.
Old-fashioned kosher meat store sign at a vintage shop
Breakfast is served. A loon feeds a one week old chick.
Viewing annular solar eclipse in Reno, NV 5/10/12. Noticed the clouds were forming a gargoyle figure on the left and dragon head with fire on the right. Right on! A mythological duel in the skiies.
Under lock and key
Sielent beach
Scotland
Sharing a secret
On a bus to Asmara city when I captured a woman in pink walking down the dirt road.
This El Mirador woman welcomed us into her primative village home and showed us how they live and allowed us to take photographs. The little boy was given to her to raise. The house was on stilts and
View of sunset from "Shark Pit" - Maui, Hawaii.   The sun is setting over the island of Lana'i in the distance.   Lana'i is the Hawaiian Island recently purchased by Oracle CEO, Larry Ellison.
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
B Reactor, a U.S. National Historic Site, was the first ever large scale nuclear reactor. Commissioned as part of the Manhattan Project, B-Reactor produced plutonium to help bring and end to World Wa

B Reactor, a U.S. National Historic Site, was the first ever large scale nuclear reactor. Commissioned as part of the Manhattan Project, B-Reactor produced plutonium to help bring and end to World War II.

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Kennewick, Washington, United States of America
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Copyright:
© David Wyatt.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 04.2012
Filed Under: The American Experience
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 28, 2012, 11:31 p.m.
Camera Make:
Camera Model: NIKON D7000
Focal Length: 135mm
Shutter Speed: 1/500
Aperture: f5
ISO: ISO100
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