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walking in desert at midnight

f/4   exposure time:15 sec      iso-3600      focoal length:24mm
A Fishing Team at Krishna Barrage, Vijayawada, India
Camera used is a Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XS, with a EF-S 18-55mm focal length of 55.0mm. Aperture of f/5.7. 
Canoeing along the Wakulla River.
Indian tourists at Agra Fort.
going into the nature 

/3.5   exposure time: 1/200 sec  iso-100      focoal length : 18mm octobr
this photo shows the beautiful side of canada through the American 
side of Niagara falls this picture was not edited to show the full beauty .
climbing the heights of malast with my friends

F/3.5      exposure time:1/250 sec    iso-100   focoal length : 18mm
Haylem and Belle look out upon their great-great-grandparents farm.
All American dog, loyally waiting for her teenager to come home.
Atop Gokyo Ri (5,357 meters) in Sagarmatha National Park, Nepal.
The Moon
A shiny yellow flower appeared at an unusual place of the tree, unobstructed by anything else.
Hanging out at the beach with my grandsons.
Dar Saladino-Blair surrounded by the hands and love of her children on her 75th birthday.
Where is the Gold Fish:Locals trying to catch fish at the Krishna Barrage in Vijayawada. The early morning light gives the shallow flowing water a golden shimmer.
White swan
A beautiful white swan in Iceland
Street performer near the Thames, London
Exquisite woman portrait.
Water bungalows in the Maldives
A furry monkey accepts a carrot..
My cousin Helena's wedding..
Fisherman waiting for the fish boat
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
A shiny yellow flower appeared at an unusual place of the tree, unobstructed by anything else.

A shiny yellow flower appeared at an unusual place of the tree, unobstructed by anything else.

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Kollam, India
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© Deepak Dharan Padmini.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 09.2013
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 18, 2013, 6:08 a.m.
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