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Distant Cousins
Not just for butterflies.
an elderly citizen quietly observes passers-by in Qianmen Hutong, Beijing.
Workers taking a rest in the grass at Quy Nhon, Vietnam.
Girl with Umbrella
Dali Villagers rest in an alley near Erhai Lake.
Royal guard in Plaza Mayor; Madrid, Spain . . . Nikon D80, Tamron 28-300mm lens
inside the gypsy settlement in Podgorica, Montenegro, there was a boy who was pointing at me while I was pointing at him by my camera
Girl selling biscuits at a medieval festival in Visby, Sweden
Sea Lion Grooming
Fueling up on mutton and milk tea our bus driver made a long stop at this nomadic family's ger where I made tiny friends of this outgoing girl and the shy boy peeking out the door.
Pioneer Jesse Applegate House--Built 1852---Jesse Applegate led the migration to Oregon in 1843--namesake for the famous "Applegate Trail."
The house was "segregated" men lived on one side, and women
Fueling up on mutton and milk tea our bus driver made a long stop at this nomadic family's ger where I made tiny friends of this outgoing girl and the shy boy peeking out the door.
Arching Trees
America the Beautiful
What Color is Water?
young woman playing for donations. Obviously, classically trained and gifted, she was engrossed in her music on a lovely summer day in Brooklyn near the subway stop.
Men playing checkers and reading the news in a Beijing courtyard.
Woman playing with her child during Medieval festival in Visby Sweden
Art Imitates Life
Walking Footprints into the Sunset
Thai Buddhist monk praying with supplicant
Child's play - A child playing in a village fair.
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Pioneer Jesse Applegate House--Built 1852---Jesse Applegate led the migration to Oregon in 1843--namesake for the famous "Applegate Trail." The house was "segregated" men lived on one side, and women

Pioneer Jesse Applegate House--Built 1852---Jesse Applegate led the migration to Oregon in 1843--namesake for the famous "Applegate Trail." The house was "segregated" men lived on one side, and women on the other.

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Roseburg, Oregon, United States of America
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 09.2010
Filed Under: The American Experience
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 29, 2010, 11:45 p.m.
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Camera Model: KODAK EASYSHARE M340 Digital Camera
Focal Length: 6.3mm
Shutter Speed: 1/125
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