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Small bird eats birdseed, conveying a sense of peace.
Graz, Austria
New leaves sprouting renewed life as thank heavens.
Rats in Tanzania. The organization APOPO trains rats for detecting landmines en tuberculose.
Small gnome behind grass, beneath the mushroom, notes the photographer.
Cricket poses for the photographer.
Bee gathering honey in the flower.
Ant cutting tangerine peel.
Holding untouchable baby in India
Homeless in America, what it is like for many.
Homeless in America, what it is like for some.
Bunny chase at the July 4th Youth Rodeo in Paris Idaho.
A historic Memphis streetcar meets the historic Orpheum Theater
Chicken chase at the July 4th Youth Rodeo in Paris Idaho.
Puddle stomping in from of the Duomo in Padova, Italy
A barn in Austria settled in the undulating hills
Little girl on a bridge in Padova, Italy on Valentine's Day
Forgotten Memories: An old bicycle found in abandoned house.
Little girl on a bridge in Padova, Italy on Valentine's day
Ultimate Warrior Challenge at the Crow Native Days in Crow Agency, Montana. The competition included a three-mile canoe race down the Little Big Horn River, followed by a run then a nine-mile bareback
In my very own back yard, I captured part of the activity that usually goes unnoticed to the human eye.It's their world too, and the detail in this pictures helps remind us of that.
Rebecca's Graduation
My baby boy bundled up against the cold in Italy
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Bunny chase at the July 4th Youth Rodeo in Paris Idaho.

Bunny chase at the July 4th Youth Rodeo in Paris Idaho.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 07.2013
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 15, 2013, 10:19 a.m.
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