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Hiking Mailbox Peak in the PNW,
Borax Train
CHILDREN ARE PLAYING CRIKET
"Reflecting Upon Things Gone Past"

Took this image while testing my new Canon 50mm f/1.8. Was focusing on the mirror when that tractor popped in prompting me to click a picture.
Taking a break from kayaking with my brother on the Wailua River on Kauai.
This was taken outside of Sun Juan, Guatemala. The lake rises and falls overtime and people move in and out with the changing tide. The photo shows a home long abandoned.
The old man is reading with utmost concentration and the back light is making a dramatic moment.
Ram Lila
in Indian history Ramayana
The Bah'i Temple in Evanston, IL
Tetherball Court, Ceres, CA
Cousins in front of the levitating rock in LA. Rena Kaplan & Larry Kaplan of La, and Bruce Sider of Maryland.
A pretty dog in its territory
The Onaqui Herd 1 of 19  BLM Herd Management Areas for wild horses located in Ut.  These three finally got moving towards the evening water, the main herd was five minutes ahead.  They were focused.
Fish and Wildlife Officer Davidson looking over the water at Cape Alava, the western most part of the US mainland.
The Decapitated
Graceful descent of the waterfalls along the Na Pali coast trail in Kauai.
Reminiscent of the dust bowl era, a dust storm (or haboob) from a severe warned thunderstorm rolls over the hills near Sioux Center, Iowa.
Man on a Bench
Working with Daddy
A view of the Devil's Saddle promontory from the salt mine near the Poetto Beach
Blue and Gold Fleet of Tiburon.
Panther at the Bronx Zoo
Sadhu at Rajasthan
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
A pretty dog in its territory

A pretty dog in its territory

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Tehran, Iran
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© Morteza Esfandiar.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 06.2011
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Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 27, 2013, 11:55 a.m.
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Camera Model: Canon PowerShot SX30 IS
Focal Length: 150.5mm
Shutter Speed: 1/200
Aperture: f5.8
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