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Following behind my son, walking through the creek on a hot summer day.
Driving down Central Ave. in Toledo, OH at night.
Traversing the snaking path.
Picture of a jellyfish at the Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific
Bad River Chippewa Indian in Odanah Wisconsin for the annual Pow Wow. I attended with relatives and we were the only non-Native Americans there. The Pow Wow was authentic and an incredible experience.
A bee on a pretty flower on a lovely Saturday afternoon.
small movie theater in the town of Sharon Springs, KS with a population of approx. 850.
Driving to our hometown, Sharon Springs, KS,  on the old highway coming from the South.
During a trip to my parents home in Kansas we saw this farmer working his field.
St. Paul's Cathedral over the Millenium Bridge, London
Juxtaposition
Diving for football.
A butterfly that landed on some weeds in my front yard
Canon rebel XTI....beautiful image of a young pakistani American baby girl enjoying a festival.
Sailing by
Taking a walk in Blairstown, NJ
While doing my walks every Sunday a bicycle caught my attention. It was unusually funny to see a bicycle parked in the middle of the rice fields. Life is always surprising!
Vacation in Ocean City, MD
Vacation in Ocean City, MD
Community service in the village of Lunahuan, Peru
Community service in the village of Lunahuan, Peru
Sunset on Lake Michigan summer of 2010
This breath taking photo is a product of my early morning walks every Sunday along the rice fields in Morong. It is calming, refreshing and stimulating the soul.
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Diving for football.

Diving for football.

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© Dina Kinker.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 08.2010
Filed Under: The American Experience
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Date Uploaded: Aug. 25, 2010, 12:38 p.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XSi
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Shutter Speed: 1/59
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