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Simplicity. I really love my garden, and I took this because it just looked fun. My tattoo and stepping stone just went good together.
View from atop ferris wheel at Hershey Park
I ran into my neighbors cat while exploring outside around my nieghborhood.
Camel and his rider at the Giza Pyramids.
We love our hummingbirds. They have a nest somewhere close to our yard and they eat nectare from our pink bushes all year long.
Visiting Smithsonian museums with son
On a camping trip at Long Beach.
Taking pictures around school with my friend and I found this spiderweb and I had her get behind it to make it more interesting.
Touristic site in Haiti
This is the season for beautiful colors splashed all over the world, this is a simple picture but georgeous color.
Visiting the World War II Memorial
The view out my window in the Fall
Close up a pretty pink flower growing in my neighbor's front garden.
Visiting a beach in San Diego
A slower shutter speed of the Trevi Fountain my first night in Rome.
I found this crane fly clinging to a long blade of grass after an early morning rain storm.
Natures Road- Abandon roads of Lake County
Light coming through the ceiling of St. Peter's Basilica shines on the statue of St. Longinus.
A day in the park
Small orange flower by itself.  I found this little thing growing next to an abandoned building.
This was at a rest stop in Idaho at the end of a  summer day.
A flag waves on the side of a building in Assisi.
A day at the Park.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
The view out my window in the Fall

The view out my window in the Fall

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Zimmerman, Minnesota, United States of America
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Date Taken: 10.2011
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