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The train depot in downtown Toccoa, GA is a stop on Amtraks Crescent Line. Passengers can take the morning train to Atlanta or stay on the train until New Orleans. The evening train heads north to Was
A Bald Eagle enjoying a meal on the side of the road.
Helpful sign along trail at Blue Hill
The Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Washington D.C.
A photo of the Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D.C.
For garden opulence, make sure to visit the Hampton Court Gardens outside of London.
Home of King Henry IIIV.
Toccoa, GA Main Street hosts the annual children's Costume Parade the Friday before Halloween. Children between the ages of two and five dress up and walk the streets of downtown, being greeted along
A woman ponders while her children play on the streets of Cairo, Egypt.
Butterfly resting one the moss and lichen encrusted tree bark.
Seafoam and water come ashore on the colorful beaches of Tortola, BVI.
Close up of a Greek Mosaic at the Baths of Diocletian in Rome.
I was on a photo workshop in the Palouse in Washington St. A wonderful place where the Pleistocene Glaciers have carved curves into the land which is planted with golden canola and green lentils. I us
Lunch Break Smiles
Photographed a full moon, then created a world around it.
My son really getting into the Christmas spirit.
Moon over Roanoke, Virginia
My camera is a Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ18
The image was cropped and altered, using Photoshop 7
Black squirrel looking for food
Looking down a street in NY. Standing in the middle.
One State, One Nation
Showing respect on Remembrance Day.
This collection of stone figures are in the Shanghai Meuseum of Art. The museum offers a variety of pieces from centuries past.
Combination of antique image of Fells Point, Baltimore overlaying as it looks today.
Curious Woodpecker
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
I was on a photo workshop in the Palouse in Washington St. A wonderful place where the Pleistocene Glaciers have carved curves into the land which is planted with golden canola and green lentils. I us

I was on a photo workshop in the Palouse in Washington St. A wonderful place where the Pleistocene Glaciers have carved curves into the land which is planted with golden canola and green lentils. I use a Canon T1I with a Velbon tripod

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Date Taken: 06.2009
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