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Queen butterfly rests on the tip of a tendril.
A long exposure at sunset on the Indian Ocean.
Sunset in Ring
Hiking to Beginning to Believe Peak at Huangshan, China, I waited almost two hours for sunset. Not only was the wait worth it, but the wait allowed me to watch all spectrum of light and breathe in the
Shadow Walk
Walking through an abandoned hotel's lobby located on top of a railway station.A British architecture masterpiece that witnessed luxurious memories during its glory. A place that was once filled with
The American Artist performing the fok dance in Indore.The Programme Organization Malwa Utsav at Indore-M.P in India,Indian Culture&All Country's Public -Relation-ship & Friendship & Difference Lok cu
Blue sky Itaberaba State Park, in Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Moving flowers.
Bozeman, Montana at sunset
Devotee getting his tongue pierced during the Hindu festival of Thaipusam.
A close up shot of the most endangered specie of eagle, the Philippine eagle. It is estimated that there is only about 200 Philippine eagle in the wild.
FRIENDSHIP.
A storm blew in fast as we drove onto the beach. My son and his pal were pissed they couldn't go boogie boarding.
Worship and greeting of river Ganges.
A head standing on one leg.
Many Glacier in Glacier National Park at sunset
Farmers here uses the tresher to clean the newly harvested rice.
Having driven through the blackened landscape of Iceland, my family and I had our breaths taken at the first sight of Jokulsarlon.
Beautiful girl reading
The American Artist performing the fok dance in Indore.The Programme Organization Malwa Utsav at Indore-M.P in India,Indian Culture&All Country's Public -Relation-ship & Friendship & Difference Lok cu
A man walking down the Alle de Baobabs at sunset
Fishing for Two:  A shore board fishes in a shallow reservoir, where the water is perfectly still.
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
A close up shot of the most endangered specie of eagle, the Philippine eagle. It is estimated that there is only about 200 Philippine eagle in the wild.

A close up shot of the most endangered specie of eagle, the Philippine eagle. It is estimated that there is only about 200 Philippine eagle in the wild.

TAGS: Bird, Eagle, Endangered, Philippines

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Antipolo,Rizal, Philippines
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 06.2011
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 29, 2013, 8:31 a.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS 50D
Focal Length: 500mm
Shutter Speed: 1/100
Aperture: f6.3
ISO: ISO320
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