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F/A-18 Hornet traveling at near-supersonic speeds at the Cleveland International Air Show
Smile - You never know what you might find!
Hair and Fasion show in Pretoria, South Africa
Gone Fishing!
Enjoying the Florida Sunset.
taken at the sponge docks in tarpon springs, fl.
a very Greek community that has many events showing their greek heritage. the men that own these boats go out and dive for sponges every day.
me take the photo my self...at my mobile camera
It's My Mobile Camera & Taken by me My Self.
Picture perfect sunset in Indialantic Fl
Three fishermen set out for a productive day of East Texas fishing, just as the sun is starting to rise.
Reflections
I dropped my husband off at the airport to meet his submarine overseas. It was a 6-month deployment. The drive home I was dry-eyed, until I walked through the door, looked to my right and saw this. Th
A sunset in Ladismith, Western Cape, South Africa.
Taken at the Museum of Modern Art in NYC, this photo was altered to darken the environment around it and focus primarily on the light.
Enjoying the beauty of life in the Mountains and Valleys In Pennsylvania.
During deployment, his wife battled cancer while he was on a submarine for 6 months without any way to contact her regularly (not even email or phone). This homecoming was bittersweet.
This little guy was dressed up to welcome his daddy home after a long 6-month deployment. The blue eyes and blue fatigues just stand out...
Discovering the Pocono's--
This guy was eating his ice cream cone like a kid, and enjoying it so much I asked if I could capture it. He tipped his hat and said, "Yes, ma'am."
Taken under the mid-day sun, the monarchs were out in droves this late August. This little guy fluttered into the photo as I was capturing the bright pinkness of the flower.
Taken on the homecoming of a Naval Submarine, these families and children were waiting patiently for their fathers to return to them unharmed.
Traveling through Namibia with my boyfriend and his family after going to a ghost town
Cathedral
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
I dropped my husband off at the airport to meet his submarine overseas. It was a 6-month deployment. The drive home I was dry-eyed, until I walked through the door, looked to my right and saw this. Th

I dropped my husband off at the airport to meet his submarine overseas. It was a 6-month deployment. The drive home I was dry-eyed, until I walked through the door, looked to my right and saw this. Then the tears came.

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Groton, Connecticut, United States of America
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Date Taken: 02.2012
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