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View from the church in Guatemala
My brother and uncle kayaking
A fall view of Mt. Rushmore.
One of the many fantastic rock formations along the Needles Highway in South Dakota. Note my Mom who is small but looks truly tiny here.
Horse Evening Feeding near Rt 90 Kentucky
An amazing view in Badlands National Park.
Nickel Plate 765 near Blue Mound, IL
Visiting Cuba's oldest cementeries creates ambivalent feelings; admiration for the impressive works of art and sadness for decades of abandonment that have fallen on them.
Every year I travel back to my home state of Maine. I am always amazed by its rural beauty.
Birdsnest in doorway of abandoned house.
Blennies are fish with some of the best expressions ever. Mexican Barnacle Blennies are my new favorite. This little fellow seems genuinely happy to see me.
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On the tiny island of Saba the local species of Anole Lizard have some really beautiful colors. This one was resting in the stone wall of a small cemetery.
In spite of soccer's growing popularity, Cuba still remains a natural talent baseballers' cauldron. Many kids dream a dream.
A bathrobe still hangs on a hook as this house crumbles around it.
Edny's place - my family remembers the folks who lived here before it was abandoned and overgrown.
Amazing structure/modification of oranges.During2months every timeI hadorangeor grapefruitI tooksome macro picturesof these structuresagainst the light fromkitchen ventilationfan(with different settin
One day during winter of 2011 I peel of orange and I realized how amazing structure/ modification orange can have (on top,or bottom).Almost next 2 months I took some macro pictures of these structures
A bath in a bog on a hillside in the highlands of Scotland.
One day during winter of 2011 I peel of orange and I realized how amazing structure/ modification orange can have (on top, or bottom). Almost next 2 months every time I had orange or grapefruit I took
Monks filing past military in Bangkok.  This was an intersting juxtaposition of something that represents violence and pain bowing down to something that symbolizes peace and calm.
Hammock with pine needles
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
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Bowling Green, Kentucky, United States of America
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Date Taken: 10.2012
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