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Haylie
stopped to photograph the clear sky
The capitol building on the fourth of july
Taken in Newburg Oregon
while out scoping a scenic place to photograph, I startled these birds in the field, which then flew back to the trees in the background
I pass this beauty every day
This is one of the many old farmhouses in PA
I was crossing Williamsburg Bridge on the J Train - Cyclist on bike path
This albino peacock just showed up on my doorstep one day. We became fast friends.
I shot this of a friend of mine, we were trying to convey certain feelings.
These were old boots left behind at an abandoned coal breaker. I added this image because as americans we have worked ... hard... and these men clearly did.
This was taken During A sweat lodge as the men were gathering stones for the fire.
American Paint Horse sprinting
Sunset over the Round Pond in Kensington Gardens
Mossy evergreens on the Oregon coast
This was the first time i visited Arlington..
This was a shot i quick clicked during a photoshoot i did for a friend
A young Israeli boy playing paddleball with his dog
this was taken at Robert E Lee park In Maryland.the Camera used was a Canon 60d with a 50mm Lens.
This old dentist chair was found inside of an abandoned hospital
This Was Taken In Baltimore Maryland Near a soup kitchen
This dog was found inside of an abandoned hospital
This was taken at north point state park In Maryland during a sunrise. The camera used was a canon 60d with a 75-300mm telephoto lens.
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
This was taken During A sweat lodge as the men were gathering stones for the fire.

This was taken During A sweat lodge as the men were gathering stones for the fire.

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Baltimore, Maryland, United States of America
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 04.2011
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 21, 2013, 9:20 p.m.
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