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Creepy crawler
Creepy Crawler
A cactus behind barbed wire and some boulders.
Grand Slugger
As I was eating breakfast outside with my mom in Mackinaw City this seagull landed nearby.  It was hoping that I would drop my food on the ground.
My greatest fear up close and personal, the spider.
Man remembers a lost loved one at the May 4th memorial service in 2009 on the Kent State University main campus.
Mommy's Kiss
Dunescape, afternoon light on sand dune field, Great Sand Dunes National Monument, Colorado.
After the rains, we went to capture the girls in the wildflowers.  This is Sister Love.
Reflection.  He just jumped into my path and began to model.
A beautiful waterfall at the Kitzoff Inn in Vermont. The Inn typical of country america. The staff is friendly and makes the breakfast every morning. The scenery is breath taking. There is so much to
Praying God.

Nikon D5000
Tamron 70-300mm

Taken in a Park near to my residence. These Squirrels were easily found there. Peoples giving food to them, and they are so habitual with the people it
Self-portrait, staring back.
A view through a crevice at low tide in Laguna beach.
tandum snoring on a jet plane.
I stopped by this memorial park in cullman after the rain and this drop of water clung for life as I snapped the photo
Red umbrella in the rain. My friends and I went to savannah and as we climbed these stairs in the rain, the photo practically took itself.
This was taken by me, of me. Danny and I were on a Gondola ride and were told to kiss under the bridge.
A house becomes a home- with love.
Sunflower
Love in the winter.
I was visiting the Polynesian Cultural Center in Hawaii and happened to catch this great expression.
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
A beautiful waterfall at the Kitzoff Inn in Vermont. The Inn typical of country america. The staff is friendly and makes the breakfast every morning. The scenery is breath taking. There is so much to

A beautiful waterfall at the Kitzoff Inn in Vermont. The Inn typical of country america. The staff is friendly and makes the breakfast every morning. The scenery is breath taking. There is so much to see in Vermont, it deserves to be in Smithsonian.

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Date Taken: 05.2010
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