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Paratroopers Bas Relief Panel at the National World War II Memorial in Washington, DC.
Fortunately, you can stay relaxing on the main and safest beach of Barbados, in front of Government House, and catch an unbelievable quantity of candid photos. The people is very, very friendly.
Daffodils against a brick wall
Walking the streets of Madrid with my son.
School Day is Over, students in uniform cross the canal going back home.
Halong Bay, Vietnam
View From Alcatraz Prison
Kingfisher in the muddy mangroves
Schooling hammerhead sharks, Galapagos.
Honey bee sights trumpet vine flower.
A taste of La Habana
Old and abandoned Mercury automobile.
In the Haight
Mother and doughter on the beach, afternoon in Zoppott.
Butterfly on a half varnished spinning wheel
We are beautiful when we all grow together.
son playing in photo booth at bowling alley
During Thaipusam festival, devotees demonstrate their faith and devotion to the Gods, and this often involves endurance. Their relatives and friends have always nurtured them spirituality, and support
Uphill
Morning Alms
There are many ways to travel in New York City. Bike decorated with subway Metrocards
This photo was taken at the White Sands National Monument in Alamogordo, New Mexico. I snapped this photo this past June (2012) one late afternoon after the clearing of a storm.
A house fire of a colonial home
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Old and abandoned Mercury automobile.

Old and abandoned Mercury automobile.

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