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Going to the caves with family and friends
Seeing the caves in Boonsboro with my family and friends.
Canada Geese on the Hudson River at Dusk
Net fishing as the tide moves in.
Hiking along the road to Hana.
I was shooting with my Nikon D3000, traveling with my new husband on our honeymoon in Alaska. This is a shot of dusk (at 10:30 at night), with some lazy fishing boats and gorogous alpenglow.We were st
Strolling down China Town
nest bird
horse
I found an old medium format camera that I was dying to shoot with but film and processing was just too expensive. I decided to take a shot of my children playing in the days setting sun with my digit
I found an old medium format camera that I was dying to shoot with but film and processing was just too expensive. I decided to take a shot of my children playing in the days setting sun with my digit
The fence stood as a testament to the old ranchers of the far west.  Not much remains of the old way of doing things but the fence sits in the foothills of the Sierra's.
The Wyeth like scene was captured in Bodie California.  When the dream of finding gold ran out.  The people left and belongings became part of history in a place known sometimes as hell.
The church sits in the Sierra mountain range in the harshest landscape known to man.  A church where dreams were made and dreams were lost as the gold ran out in the California landscape.
Sleeping beauties, even the busiest bees needs their rest.
Boat Rowers going out to tie down their boats before the looming hurricane hits the Maine coast.  The odd blue light created a unique feeling and atmosphere in the bay.
The falling waters of the Pennsylvania mountains are ever flowing and cascade down the mountains capturing the hearts of all who hear the magical waters.
As the sun rose over the distant mountain and casts its light down upon the autumn forest on the edge of the shoreline.  At the peak of the fall colors the the shoreline comes alive with amazing beaut
The sequoia's tower above the spring dogwoods.  the fog encompasses the forest creating sense of elegance.  The forest comes alive in the spring with the sounds of Pileated Woodpeckers.
This is in the Atlantis Resort in Bahamas. My brother sat on a ledge of one aquarium near the beach and was so amazed by the size of this grouper. The grouper is actually the largest of its kind left
Driving across the Mass Avenue Bridge in Boston, Massachusetts on a beautiful and sunny day
The falling waters of the mountains flow past the graceful dogwoods in the spring.  A place of wonder, almost fantasy.  Here surely the gods have smiled upon a place of such beauty.
Sunrise over the sierra mountains reflecting in the early morning light.  Once the lake was 30 feet higher the waters have been diverted by the Los Angeles dept of Water and Power, becoming close to d
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
The fence stood as a testament to the old ranchers of the far west. Not much remains of the old way of doing things but the fence sits in the foothills of the Sierra's.

The fence stood as a testament to the old ranchers of the far west. Not much remains of the old way of doing things but the fence sits in the foothills of the Sierra's.

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