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Lower Antelope Canyon, Arizona. The light sets the rocks on fire, if you're there at the right time.
Summer Morning in the Garden
Shoot the Freak - an all-time Coney Island favorite attraction. Sad to see it go.
What remains.
AT VARANASI GHAT(INDIA)
Tomatoes ignoring the signs of winter and continuing to produce in early November.
People who've never been to the desert find it hard to believe it rains here. It does, usually briefly, and in buckets. Sometimes that happens while the sun is coming through. This is one of those mom
Venoco oil pier at sunset in Carpinteria, CA
Taken at a bar in Venice.
Spider outside my house.
The Goose Life
Candy colored bicycles
Black and white detail photo of the side view of a horse's mane.
Fishermen are fishing in dying river Ravi in Pakistan.There is a shortage of water in the river every year and fishing is reducing day by day.
Banjara men cutting sheep's wool.
Banjara tribe is a significant caste amongst the innumerable tribes who have thronged various places of eastern India.
The Tannery
a hillside in May, overlooking a farm...
Boat Race is a popular folk culture of South Asia specially in Bangladesh. Here an amazing moment happened in the boat race at Jessore, Bangladesh.
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clouds on the National mall in Washington, D.C.
A silent protest outside the White House
Gator hiding in the Everglades
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Candy colored bicycles

Candy colored bicycles

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 07.2010
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