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All in PINK
Walking in the Pantanal
Monster City "Roppongi Hills"
Young Merchant
Cartagena Colombia
Capitol at Sunrise was taken at sunrise in front of the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington DC.
The view from Pantee Pirak gate in full moon time, where it survived from tsunami attacked in December 2004. It serves to to bridging the Banda Aceh town crossing the Krueng Aceh river.
Sand fossil. It was created by a little stream` when it was  flowing throw the sea beach.
Side Street
After a full day of teaching kids to use laptops in rural Peru, it was refreshing to see one of the local mothers appreciating a book with her daughter... and their lamb.
Swing Set
Anhinga drying their plumes in the sunset.
Father with his cute son are sitting on the rocks along the rehabilitated of sea defense construction after tsunami December 2004 while enjoying bright evening time.
Sun Salutation
'Elle' is a female panther chameleon originally from Madagascar.  While male chameleons are bright with all sorts of colors, females are only pink and purple and in most cases half the size of males.
A Balinese Drama
Dating after Sunset...
Doorway
From the Window Sill
'Heart in Kilgore' was shot in Rocks Park, Maryland at Kilgore Falls. I think the best part about this image is the swirl of water in the middle. It looks like a little heart that sets a very romanic
An Airport Photographer
Cornfield on a thunderstormy day, Canon Eos 40D & EF 135 2.8 Softfocus @ f/7.1 ISO 100
Biguatinga,(Anhinga anhinga),drying their plumes in the sunset.
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Anhinga drying their plumes in the sunset.

Anhinga drying their plumes in the sunset.

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Chapada Dos Guimares,
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 06.2010
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 29, 2010, 7:55 a.m.
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Camera Model: NIKON D200
Shutter Speed: 1/250
ISO: ISO400
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