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Butterfly Museum, Washington DC
A female white bengal tiger in captivity at the Nashville Zoo. White Tigers are not albino (because they have black stripes). Rumor has it that all white tigers in captivity descend from a single male
Maine birdhouses
Riot of colours
excited little girl
Lady Liberty wishes she could join them.
"Umbrella Guy." Worker with caf umbrella atop Jernimos Monastery in the Belm district of Lisbon, Portugal.
North rim of the Grand Canyon.. Sony Alpha 300
Moonrise in an open field: My two dogs.
Tree Out-of-Focus
swarm of motorbikes in downtown Saigon
Shady Valley - a most inviting place
Summer Hollyhocks
Waiting for a home at Gruhn Guitars in Nashville, Tennessee.
The western desert of Egypt is vast and largely inhospitable. The winds and uniquely soft geology work together to form a dramatic landscape.
A checkout counter with many kinds of one candy
Oxen transported goods by wagon, including immigrants, across this country during the mid 19th century. Here a drover is takin his span to move an artillery piece at an the Trail of History encampment
Hot rod Saturday night-cruise in; custom rod's chromed, patriotically illuminated differential (rear end).
Tootsie Roll Pops and Easter candy!
Vibrant colors of Grand Prismatic Spring
Bridalveil Fall mist weaves its way through rocks and rainbow.
Shoes resting on the side of an abandoned taco truck in Nashville, Tennessee.
As I was shooting my dog on the beach, I noticed this group of fellows slowly passing overhead.
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Shady Valley - a most inviting place

Shady Valley - a most inviting place

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Date Taken: 10.2010
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 30, 2010, 7:20 p.m.
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PHOTO LOCATION Shady Valley, Tennessee, United States of America