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Winter in Idaho
A polar bear proudly shows off its catch (a small fish) at the Pittsburgh Zoo.
This photo was taken while visiting Bok Tower gardens in Lake Wales, FL. It is the reflection of the edge of a lily pad of a Victoria water lily.
Strangely dressed mannequin outside a kitchy trinket shop in Aix-en-Provence, France
Silverfish, Lepisma saccharina
Rust Bucket.
Flooded City ..Women trying to cross the Road ..
Workers are busy for painting renovated building. Dhaka, Bangladesh.
A western lowland gorilla rests in a hammock in the Smithsonian National Zoo's Great Ape House.
A group of girls of muslim community showing their protest against rape in a agitation.
Lot C63 - Worth Lane
J. H. McCleskey Well No. 1, in Ranger, Texas, was the well location that won us World War I because of the great amounts of oil it produced, which was 1600 barrels a day.
An African Grey Parrot at the National Aviary.
The worship of Living Goddess during the Indra Jatra Festival Is the great cultural tradition of Nepal.
Reanna, Mother, Artist
A Girls of a North Kolkata ..narrow lane life
A prayer before the wedding - keeping with tradition, they have not seen each other at this point.  You could feel the anticipation.  Very beautiful moment.
Insect-eaten Kaki fruit on a tree outside the home of my host family in France
Weekend car show
Montclair, NJ War Memorial
Reflections of the Irish Shoreline
Common Winter Damselfly, Sympecma fusca
Untitled. From Planta sapiens series
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
J. H. McCleskey Well No. 1, in Ranger, Texas, was the well location that won us World War I because of the great amounts of oil it produced, which was 1600 barrels a day.

J. H. McCleskey Well No. 1, in Ranger, Texas, was the well location that won us World War I because of the great amounts of oil it produced, which was 1600 barrels a day.

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