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"Flying A Kite In The Park" I read a thing to do when you visit Washington D.C. and one to the things it said you could do was fly a kite in the park. When I when out to take pictures there was this g
Relive'n the American Old West during a three week drive in Kansas.
American Robin with cherry in a snowy day
My son Evan dressed as Great Depression newsboy.
Flower
river at cascade falls
An unusual pair of manikins models clothing from a Parisian shop window.
Lamping at Grand Lake, Colorado
On the way to Quebec, I was looking for a place to shot for the sunset, and this place came to mind...Fredericton Lighthouse, New Brunswick.
Eye See You
The butterfly bush was tall and attracting butterflies of many different varieties. This one Monarch seemed to want his picture taken every time the shutter button was pushed.
A view of Crater Lake through a smoky haze during last summer's forest fires
Eye See You
The butterfly bush was tall and attracting butterflies of many different varieties. This one Monarch seemed to want his picture taken every time the shutter button was pushed.
Deserted tank in Sudan
hawkeye
Walking around the lighthouse on Bermuda, seeing the wild chickens.
Squirrel dining on electricity
After Snow fall
Flags flying high above on windy day at the library.
Pelican on the beach in Tulum, Mexico
my daughter standing at  the flag on sept 11
Reflection of lonely cloud
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
A view of Crater Lake through a smoky haze during last summer's forest fires

A view of Crater Lake through a smoky haze during last summer's forest fires

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Gig Harbor, Washington, United States of America
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© Simone Cannon.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 08.2012
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 29, 2012, 7:34 p.m.
Camera Make: Panasonic
Camera Model: DMC-TZ4
Focal Length: 4.7mm
Shutter Speed: 1/400
Aperture: f8
ISO: ISO160
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