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The Parliament building lit up with the moon rise behind, Victoria, B.C.
Riding the rapids on the James River in Downtown Richmond VA
Jamison playing alone at his first birthday party.
People crossing the bridge
Traveling from Agra India and the Taj Mahal, I stopped in at a local tea shop and was greeted by this gentleman..
Streets of Pompeii
Statue of Captain James Cook overlooks the water at dusk in Victoria, B.C.
Titled "Static Electricity" this is a digitally composited image portraying a surreal concept of electricity.
As the end of a shower, I chased this rainbow into the Round Valley State Park in NJ, only to catch the tail of the rainbow fading into the sunset glow in total tranquility.
Democracy in action-Protestors and tourists rub shoulders outside the White House.
Pig being butchered in river in China.
Wash Woods Cemetery in Virginia Beach VA.  One of the first communities (made up of shipwreck survivors) in the area dating back to the 1800's.  They used seashells instead of flowers.
Two fox kits playing
Rose
Merganser taking flight
Exploring Bonaventure Cemetery when the light caught my eye and I paused for a moment of silence and said, "The ultimate Americans"....
On the way to the Tibet, through the rainning glass I saw this colourful forest.
It was a wonderful warm day at the beach. The light was beautiful.
Side of a barn in Hot Springs, NC covered in old license plates from around the country.
Another, not so common, yet beautiful, side of Venice. The departure.
Hayden Valley with the family.
The Sun's Energy: A winter sunlight shines down on a decorative plant hanger dangling in the wind.
My 19-year-old sister sporting her punk inspired hair-style on her wedding day.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Wash Woods Cemetery in Virginia Beach VA. One of the first communities (made up of shipwreck survivors) in the area dating back to the 1800's. They used seashells instead of flowers.

Wash Woods Cemetery in Virginia Beach VA. One of the first communities (made up of shipwreck survivors) in the area dating back to the 1800's. They used seashells instead of flowers.

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Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States of America
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 07.2011
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 30, 2011, 7:18 p.m.
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