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The Mom's bouquet of field flowers at dusk.
A field of sunflowers in Japan.  An off camera strobe was used to light the front flowers.  A graduated neutral density filter was used to darken the sky.  The focal length was used during the exposur
Lacie, passed a month later of stage 4 brain cancer.
The good, the bad and the ugly
Camera- Nikon D-90. lens: 18-200mm AFS NIKKOR ED DX
At Cherapunji--the highest rainfall place. The shower stopped & the sky becomes clear.
Grandfather Mountain Fall turning to Winter
Selling eggs at the farmer's market.
Sunrise silhouetting Monument Valley rock formations
Red berries
The world from a flower's point of view
Coastal Hydrangea - In the early morning the white background light from the sea contrasts with this very colorful type of flower.
A snail enjoying Japanese hydrangeas.
beautiful purple flower
A beautiful fungus inside the trunk of an old Australian Pine tree in Florida.
Red berries
On the way to Chapare - an Aymara boy selling flowers.
My pet beetle on a slice of watermelon. The watermelon was sliced thinly and backlit with an off camera strobe.
Reflections of the bay
Lake Norman, NC
Trees reflections in a small lake in the city park
Christmas in Bavaria
Katydid balanced on wildflower
Sitting with my injured stallion Hoopla.
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
A snail enjoying Japanese hydrangeas.

A snail enjoying Japanese hydrangeas.

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Takamatsu, Japan
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 06.2009
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Dec. 1, 2010, 8:08 a.m.
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