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Ghosts of The Desert
Dalmatian pelican on lake Kerkini
Mark of Experience
I Do Not Think It Means What You Think It Means
Flora and Fountain
Dividing Line
Against the elements
Sprays of Blossoms and Water
Small lao village in the mountains
The Friendly Confines
Misty morning
Better Fly That Away
The Baby Sitter
Red fox looking up
Rickshawman
Bison resting in Yellowstone
Bee Missile
Football match from 3600 feet above sea level
Bridled Spirit
The Look
Mystic Coast in Tintagel, Cornwall
serenity
Buy Me Sunglasses and Cracker Jacks
13th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Better Fly That Away

An unfortunate "American Experience": camping in the most-visited national park inevitably means you'll run across scenes like this: gorgeous butterflies licking cheetos for their salt content. In this parking lot alone, two yellow and one purple 'fly were repeat offenders.

TAGS: Butterfly, Pavement, Pollution, Tennessee, United States, Yellow

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© Gideon Klionsky.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 08.2015
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PHOTO LOCATION The Sugarlands, Tennessee, United States of America