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Grand Teton through a hole in an old Limber Pine
East Fork of Sacandaga River
Dewy leaf.
Holding mannequin as holding someone.
Four Seasons
Flower, from behind.
Mineral deposits and mesquite plant on Death Valley sand dunes.
While on safari in Botswana 15 May,2010,I took a photo this rare Serval cat.
Waking in the Central Park
Bluebonnets, the Texas State Flower, in Kingsland, Texas.
With his face covered in blue popsicle, my grandson, Eli Lou, plays American truck driver in his backyard.
Water lily flower.
My American granddaughter, Layla, dreams of traveling to exotic places as she performs a dance in her Colorado backyard playing "dress-up," a favorite American childhood activity.
My granddaughter, Layla, riding her bike at Coyote Ridge Nature Reserve. Even the smallest children enjoy riding the bike trails in the foothills of the American Rocky Mountains.
My granddaughter, Layla, captured in a photograph during one of the favorite pastimes of American children--blowing on dandelions!
Orangutans on a wire.
Visiting a local lake in Charlotte, NC.
These two male buffaloes were clashing at the Terry Bison Ranch near the Colorado/Wyoming border.
"Layla on the Slide." I love the joyful expression on my granddaughter's face as she slides down!
As my grandchildren laughed and played on a makeshift bed in the corner, eating their string cheese, the family cat, Leroy, watches their antics very carefully...
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Bluebonnets, the Texas State Flower, in Kingsland, Texas.

Bluebonnets, the Texas State Flower, in Kingsland, Texas.

TAGS: Texas, United States

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© Darla Dollman.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 05.2010
Filed Under: The American Experience
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Date Uploaded: Dec. 1, 2010, 8:22 p.m.
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PHOTO LOCATION Kingsland, Texas, United States of America