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Ancestral Decay
On a West Virginia mountaintop, a bearded gent enjoys the remains of the day as the sun sets on the Allegheny front.
Sturbridge MA in the Winter
This small twisted tree sat on a small outcrop with one of the most amazing views. It was relaxing just to sit and look out upon what this tree has stood over its entire life.
gazebo at dusk on Shelter Island
Caver inside a cave in Weybridge, Vermont.
Up close and personal with the unique creatures of Jellyfish Lake in Palau.
One Nation 
Working Together
10.02.2010
Hiding in the Foliage
A boy looks out through the transparent wall of an ice maze.
This is the Balinese Room, famous gambling hall and later concert venue in Galveston Texas.  This photo was taken a few months before hurricane Ike destroyed it completely.
A Swamp Sparrow is about to be banded.
My son and uncle walking on the beach of Lake Huron on a cold, windy October day.
CAPTION - CALL A DENTIST

CAMERA - NIKON D90

EXPOSURE - @ 80.0 MM   1/320 S   @ F4.5  ISO - 400
Visiting the National Arboretum
Once the definition of supersonic travel, the iconic form of the Concorde fuselage.
Juggler on Pearl Street, Boulder Colorado
Greek architecture at Cirene, Libya - the colonnaded entrance to the Gymnasium built in the 2nd Century BC.
Girl standing on beach looking out over the ocean beneath a "no swimming" flag.
Sammy sittin' on the counter top under the light
I am not sleeping!
Peruvian local.  Huaraz, Peru.
A small male spider approaching the giant female.
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
A Swamp Sparrow is about to be banded.

A Swamp Sparrow is about to be banded.

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© Victoria Gandy.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 11.2010
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Dec. 1, 2010, 9:52 a.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi
Focal Length: 105mm
Shutter Speed: 1/30
Aperture: f9
ISO: ISO200
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