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A receding snow field below Browns Peak.
Misty heaven
snow leopard
Moon picture
AT PUEBLO GRANDE MUSEUM
Transcendent
Dragonfly perched on a water lily
Some of the beautiful Utah Juniper along Warner Point Trail.
Angry Rufus
Daylily in my garden
The upturned and tarnished roots of a fallen Douglas Fir.
A Pop of Color
The upturned roots of a conifer tree lying exposed above the Laramie Valley.
Daddy's Red Carpet
PAZ REFLECTION
The wind carved vestiges of woody parts strewn about the slopes of Browns Peak in the Snowy Range.
Hummingbird with tongue out
A sculptured tree stump frames a meadow of mixed vegetation and rock in Vedauwoo.
A man lost in a sea of mud
Up close with massive bull shark in Fiji
Day of the Dead
Thunder Basin Grasslands looking north towards Pumpkin Buttes from the grasslands.
Yucca faxoniana trees against a stark blue California sky.
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
A Pop of Color

In a world where everybody appears to be the same shades of black and white, its important to know its okay to be a pop of color.

TAGS: Color, Winter, Wisconsin

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Whitewater, Wisconsin, United States of America
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© Ashley Doblar.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 10.2015
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 17, 2016, 5:13 p.m.
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