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Opening dance at the 31st Annual NAIA Pow-wow
Monk and novices inspect temple's resident python.
Mother and child looks out of the window from their one room house in a remote village. The walls and windows are the traditional ones made out of bamboo, wood and mud.
The local barber shop in Iowa, still a part of American culture.
Fallen Log near Soda Springs
Paradise found
Young girl walking through a stone arch in a garden.
Workman doing demolition near Central Pier, Blackpool, Lancashire, UK
Sunset in Barcelona
Beckoning Abandonment
I was just loitering by the Hooghly river bank while I found these street children were just decorating themselves with these thrown away flowers so joyfully, so simple , so cute and so very purity in
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The View From Down Here. My niece's view through a transparent world.
A cowboy and his loyal companions; his horse and his dog.
Helen with her leopard Sheeba, combined with urban imagery.
Mallard drake taking off
Young girl outside her home in Costa Rica.
'Shattered'. I love the way the branches of this famous maple break up the image like strikes of lightning.
While at the Albuquerque Aquarium, I was fascinated by the Jellyfish.
Shaving in Bankgkok
The photo was taken in Squa Valley, USA.

Camera - Nikon F90X.
Orange Fungus.  Found while hiking an Ozark Trail.
Traditional Oil Processing (Ghanee) is the ancient method of some overdevelop village in Bangladesh
. There is no scientific power of souse to drive the Ghanee.  
 Man and cow are the only power of
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
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Katy, Texas, United States of America
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© Roldan Zapata.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 08.2011
Filed Under: The American Experience
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 30, 2012, 11:05 a.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS 40D
Focal Length: 130mm
Shutter Speed: 1/40
Aperture: f5.6
ISO: ISO640
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