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SWEET THINGS WERE WASHED AWAY BY THE WAVES OF TIME, BUT THEIR FOOT PRINTS ARE STILL THERE IN THE SANDS OF HIS MIND.
Sunset on Cheaha Mountain in Alabama
Horse carriage walking by St. Louis St in New Orleans.
Hiking from Caples to Emigrant Lake in California.
A CHILD LABOUR OF BRICK FIELD,EXHAUSTED HELPLESS,NOWHERE TO GO.
A trip to the waterfall, a lucky and colorful surprise.
The Great Northwest
Watching a ballet performance from the wings.
New Orleans at night
Hurricane Ridge where the deer roam free
An angel found on the beach
The view from a rural Pennsylvania road on a hot spring afternoon.
Two American Icons in Seattle
Settling the West,near the base of Mt Rainier.
A man fishing solo at sunset.
6:15am. Freedom was what I craved, even this open field wanted freedom. The sun was just beginning to rise and everything felt peaceful. I was free. I am free.
Me looking off with the sun coming through the blinds. Taken with iPhone 4.
This is the rare occurrence of the moon being close to Earth that we had March 19th pm and March 20th am. This was taken March 20th around 6 am.
Duck in the water
A Gardenia illuminated by a sunset.
Embracing the circle of life
A photograph of a tree near my house with the beautiful sunset scene after a storm had taken place as the background.
Beauty of Winter
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
The view from a rural Pennsylvania road on a hot spring afternoon.

The view from a rural Pennsylvania road on a hot spring afternoon.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 05.2011
Filed Under: The American Experience
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Date Uploaded: June 1, 2011, 9:29 p.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS REBEL T3
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Shutter Speed: 1/100
Aperture: f14
ISO: ISO100
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