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An old log barn used in the late 19th and early 20th century for curing tobacco. This one, located at the Horne Creek Living Historical Farm in NC, is in pristine condition
Traveled to Guangxi, China and found this lady pulling her cart and walked peacefully.
Elakala falls #2 in Blackwater State Park is in full force after spring rains.
Looking into the eyes of a beautiful baby boy.
A lake nestled next to a mountain range, mist rising, and beautiful light add up to make a quintessential Adirondack sunrise.
Fall colors explode in the Adirondack State Park.
At Horne Creek Living Historical Farm, the only one of it's kind in the USA, a man demonstrates plowing with work horses as it would have been done a century ago.
A double rainbow as seen from a mountain summit in the heart of the Adirondack State Park.
A closeup of the forest floor reveals subtle beauty.
The peak of fall foliage in the Adirondack State Park as seen from a mountain summit.
Ocean waves crash "The Wind Combs" sculptures on Spain's coast.
Making Apple Butter at the Horne Creek Living Historical Farm annual Corn Shucking Frolic - a festival that demonstrates American farm life in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
A young boy and girl hold hands as they await the next ocean wave.
Bodie Island lighthouse during an impending thunderstorm.
A long exposure renders water, smooth and glassy.
80 stacked images provide a low-noise, effective exposure time of 1 hour.
The forests of Pilot Mountain, a monadnock in North Carolina, as the flames glowed under the night sky - a controlled burn went awry on Nov 9, 2012.
Kamen in the Baltimore Aquarium
The "L" in Chicago
Luminous Jellyfish in the Baltimore Aquarium
The Color of Flute Music.  A Flutist makes color waves.
Forbidden City, the first open space after the entrance.
Discovering China among friends
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Making Apple Butter at the Horne Creek Living Historical Farm annual Corn Shucking Frolic - a festival that demonstrates American farm life in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

Making Apple Butter at the Horne Creek Living Historical Farm annual Corn Shucking Frolic - a festival that demonstrates American farm life in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

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Date Taken: 10.2012
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