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Big Horn sheep near Logan Pass, Glacier National Park.
The crown effect...water drop photography with my canon 1000D
Dazzling in the Sunlight....!!!
Tatio Geysers shortly after sunrise at 14,000 elevation
Three Bighorns spotted near Logan Pass in Glacier National Park.
a la Refugee....!!!
Canon 1000D
A series done in the Bronx with a great group of socialist as they call themselves, as they showed their crafted Bikes
Bare tree on a stormy day
Joshua tree national park, I was on a rock waiting to photograph the magic of nature...
The Third Street Promenade is a bazaar of color, sound and smell. I glimpsed an old gypsy woman dancing for money on a faded blanket. Every so often she would pause in her  dance to allow me, a strang
This is the reflection of the trees from water in a Bay Laurel knot hole. I sent a previous picture by mistake, which should be in the people category.
One from a series of visuals captured in seconds, no post effects nor photoshop effects, it is simply light captured in a theatrical way, trapping what the eye can not see in darkness
Centering on a Cone Flower
Liquid Pearls,through the eyes of my canon 1000D.!!
Two boys walking in St. Mark's Square, after a heavy rain, and high tide caused some flooding.
Hiking in Wunderlich County park after a recent rain, I spotted this reflection in water contained in a knot hole of a Bay Laurel tree.
This photo was taken on a fishing trip near Juneau, Alaska.  Subjects are grandson and son-in-law.
Our granddaughter Charlie in our home.
Grandfather and grandson.
Hiking into Canyon de Chelly, a holy place for the Navajo, and a National Monument, we saw this face in the rock watching over the canyon.
The fishermen and travellers
The last ray of the day in Temi tea garden
Little Maya on a sunny day of August 30, 2010
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
One from a series of visuals captured in seconds, no post effects nor photoshop effects, it is simply light captured in a theatrical way, trapping what the eye can not see in darkness

One from a series of visuals captured in seconds, no post effects nor photoshop effects, it is simply light captured in a theatrical way, trapping what the eye can not see in darkness

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© Leandro Sanchez.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 07.2010
Filed Under: The American Experience
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 9, 2010, 8:30 a.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Focal Length: 28mm
Shutter Speed: 1/0
Aperture: f5.6
ISO: ISO640
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