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This is my band of quarter horse mares in the pasture taken in September
Sleeping Baby Gator
While on a photo shoot in Gainesville, Florida I stumbled upon a mother gator and her young. It was rather late in the season for such a sight.  She started out with about thirty
This is one of my mares and foals in the pasture. Image taken just before sunset when there was a golden glow in the air.
Mother and Daughter
A Gujarathi lady in the doorway
A dragonfly resting on a branch in summertime
Koala in Eucalyptus
Lake D'Arbonne Sunset
Sun setting on Lake D'Arbonne
Spiritual PowWow Grand Entry
The Essence of Beauty
Swing Free
This image taken with my Cannon PowerShot SD970 IS - Digital Elph - 12.1 Mega Pixels
Endagered Wood Stork in Desperate need of help!
Often we do not realize what we do by our actions to those creatures who cannot resolve such imposts.
This is an instructive image that should be view
Taking a Safari through Kenya and catching a glimpse of uncontrived beauty
Waking up to a rainbow over Waikiki
Riding a safari during a Warm, Breezy day in Kenya, Africa
After the Storm
My granddaughter gazing at her reflection in a stream.
Shinnecock Indian Nation 64th PowWow
Grand Entry
Labor Day WeekEnd 2010
Shinnecock Indian Reservation
Southampton N.Y.
"Early on the Lines"
Reflections in Yosemite.
Moonbow Over The Yosemite Falls.
Harbor Light in Morro Bay
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Swing Free This image taken with my Cannon PowerShot SD970 IS - Digital Elph - 12.1 Mega Pixels

Swing Free This image taken with my Cannon PowerShot SD970 IS - Digital Elph - 12.1 Mega Pixels

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© Matthew Cortellesi.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 08.2010
Filed Under: The American Experience
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Date Uploaded: Sept. 7, 2010, 12:45 p.m.
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Camera Model: Canon PowerShot SD970 IS
Focal Length: 33mm
Shutter Speed: 1/640
Aperture: f5.7
ISO: ISO80
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