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Sunset in Rochester, NY
Loving the boats in Dana Point
Water Lillies pond
Children playing in fountain
All American 4th of July Parade
Plugged In
Sinful
Downtown Austin from Town Lake
Lightning In July, a well calculated instantaneous glimpse into the harsh elements of the atmosphere.
a windy day at the beach
Feeding Frenzy
Baby deer, Lost Coast, the most isolated stretch of coast in California, where deer feel comfortable to eat dinner fifteen feet from you.
Atacama Sunset Silhouettes.  Seeing this beautiful sunset, I asked the bus driver to stop.  We all got out, tourists and locals alike, to take photos and admire the desert sunset.
Modelling
A 30-second long exposure to make the waters of the Pacific look misty.  Black Sands Beach, Lost Coast, Northern California early in the morning.
A 30-second long exposure to make the waters of the Pacific look misty.  Black Sands Beach, Lost Coast, Northern California early in the morning.
Seattle's Best
Abandoned Bolivian Bus high in the Andes Mountain range by the border crossing of Bolivia and Chile
Very young football fans in San Pedro de Atacama, Chile
Riding a bicycle in the serenity of Valle de la Muerte in the Atacama Desert in Chile.
"The Accountant"
Santa Laura ghost town, Atacama Desert, Chile.
I visited magical Humboldt years ago, and knew I wanted to share this with my girlfriend this summer.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Baby deer, Lost Coast, the most isolated stretch of coast in California, where deer feel comfortable to eat dinner fifteen feet from you.

Baby deer, Lost Coast, the most isolated stretch of coast in California, where deer feel comfortable to eat dinner fifteen feet from you.

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Lake Balboa, California, United States of America
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Date Taken: 07.2011
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