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Mission Dolores
IT STARTS WITH ONE ~ A flock of birds follows just one who starts out in flight.
Came across this amazing lake driving through the northern part of Florida
S-shape in desert

Nikon D700, Tamron 24-70/70, f/7.0, 1/640, ISO 200
While traveling to Salt Lake City UT, I was able to capture this beautiful shot.
Graphity art being covered by clothes.
Black widow in captivity
Early morning, I was taking a run at MLK park. So i started to run up trailed hill. I stopped at the top of the hill and noticed the amazing sunrise with beautiful bright cloud. It appeared to look li
Playing On My Guitar
(Photo Taken With: Sony NEX-5N)
Leaving the field
Photograph in front of a house in Paque santo andre in Sao paolo Brazil drying the clothes in the sun after days of rain and an overflowing of the sewer.
An unknown species of tropical Pacific brittlestar (Ophiothrix sp.) crawls across a Pincushion seastar (Culcita sp.) in northern Indonesia. Brittlestars are echinoderms, related to seastars, urchins,
kids from rural barrio are having fun and laughter while picking rambutan fruits, a rare scene in most urban places where most of the children are busy playing alone with their virtual friends in the
Headed to the twilight!
Bridges in sunset
Bighorn sheep lounging in the morning
FENCED IN SUNSET ~ The sun goes down fenced in a farm field just south of Hugo, Colorado.
Taking the field
A burrowing owl watching the sunrise in Cape Coral, Florida
Praying mantis on my bird feeder at home.
Arizona, USA

Nikon D700, Sigma 70-300/135.0mm, f/7, 1/320, ISO 200
Abyss
A Blue ribbon eel (Rhinomuraena quaesita) uses its massively enlarged nostrils to sense its surrounding environment on a coral reef in Indonesia. This beautiful species is a sequential protandrous her
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
An unknown species of tropical Pacific brittlestar (Ophiothrix sp.) crawls across a Pincushion seastar (Culcita sp.) in northern Indonesia. Brittlestars are echinoderms, related to seastars, urchins,

An unknown species of tropical Pacific brittlestar (Ophiothrix sp.) crawls across a Pincushion seastar (Culcita sp.) in northern Indonesia. Brittlestars are echinoderms, related to seastars, urchins, crinoids, and sea cucumbers.

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Berkeley, California, United States of America
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© Ethan Daniels.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 12.2012
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Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 27, 2013, 8:36 p.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Focal Length: 100mm
Shutter Speed: 1/200
Aperture: f10
ISO: ISO100
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