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a week old infant was held on her mothers arms as she stares at him wondering what his son's future hold.
Walking home,I saw these flowers and took a photograph of them.
I took a walk in this beautiful ancient forest this fall and it was magic.
The sacred Lantern Floating Ceremony on Memorial Day in Oahu  connected its 5,000 participants as one big ohana with the bond of memories of lost loved ones
On a beautiful winter day,I went to see the fishing cabins on the lake.
The Mountains in Gatlinburg, TN
Native American Dancer
Majestic Horses
an hour treck  thought the rocky path of Montalban Rizal was worth taking as our guide get a glimpse of the majestic wawa dam of Montalban Rizal Philippines
Amazing sunset
two kids pray and offered candles to the cathedral of Nuestra Seora de la Paz y Buen Viaje of Antipolo.
Chocolate chip cookies, a staple of being American
With the rise of video games, board games have become less and less a part of the American life
Oh water Lilly
Glancing at my reflection in the windows of the Salvador Dali Museum
Purple Water Lilly
Cherry blossom-like tree on a warm spring day in the outskirts of Washington DC
Healing Dance
Fern, Auckland, New Zealand
Multnomah Falls- outside of Portland, Oregon.
2 Beautiful girls at Prom
Morning shot of a lone tree in one of the resorts in Batangas, Philippines.  This area is once a forest but due to business interest and development they have to cut-down so many trees to give-way to
Mother and son from Akha village - taking a break from working at the markets
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Chocolate chip cookies, a staple of being American

Chocolate chip cookies, a staple of being American

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