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Road trip in Brasil, August 2012 -- Stop between Rio de Janero and Campina -- Our Lady Aparaceda life size nativity overlooking the Basilica.  This represents her first miracle -- the fishermen.
After the first snow/sleet of the season, I discovered the small crabapples on my backyard tree were coated in a fine layer of ice.
Menacing smoke cloud
Hiking around malibu.
Daylight peeping through the horizon behind the "Balanced Rock" signalling a new day at the Arches National Park.
mystery eyes
Old Siverton Mine
Emperor Jehangir's Hunting Palace, Orchha
King fisher at the lotus pond
While touring the Alaska Native Heritage Center in Anchorage we happened upon a show on the Iditarod given by John Baker. This is his lead sled dog.
Eating lunch on South Street.
Alexander the cat
Eating lunch on South Street.
This is my girlfriend, a honey locust 6' tall statue of liberty carved by chainsaw artist Gary "Bud" Emerson.
Individual sheep caught in midst of moving herd on a sheep farm in New Zealand . . .
The companion
Standing on a street corner in the small town of Dolores, Colorado, this building stood apart from the typical Western facade. Dutch steep roof, windows broken and battered, and plaster cracked from y
Our childhood swimming hole
Walking over the bridge in California.
Girl from the Indigenous peoples in Malaysia
Standing on a cliff overlooking the ocean I spotted this vivid colored fishing boat against a brilliant blue sea.
Great Barred Owl Takes Flight
Medieval stone chariot, Vijayanagara Empire
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Alexander the cat

Alexander the cat

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© Sarah Donnelly.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 10.2012
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 29, 2012, 8:43 a.m.
Camera Make: SONY
Camera Model: DSC-S980
Focal Length: 5.8mm
Shutter Speed: 1/40
Aperture: f2.5
ISO: ISO400
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