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Salt formations in Mono Lake, Yosemite National Park
A brazilian boy using a number 10 shirt of the national selection of soccer. This uniform is renomed all over the world because of brazilian famous soccer, and its yellow color.
These guys were bringing suplies to a big and antique construction in front of the beach,
Image was taked during a trip in Barreirinhas- Maranho - Brazil. The children lives next to the river, and use to play there everyday.
Young man Selling newspapers on the streets
A smiling, little Scarecrow in a cemetery
The simplicity of a walk at a rainny night in New York
Passing in front of a restaurant in Boston.
A baby mockingbird with no Mama around.
New York City is a cosmopolitan city, with such diferents cultures and difent people. walking on its streets you can feel this multiplicity and understand how unique this city is.
Walking new york downtown and meeting with diferents kinds of people and food
Bee, Bud, and Bloom at King's Family Farm in Bradenton, FL.
Walking on times Square
Doing A city Tour - Boston-MA
Look what we found...
Visiting a Small comunity in the Brazilian's city Antonina. This location has an interisting harbor, and that day was rainny a lot.
Smooth waters
Ashes, trees, leaves, water
Summertime bees and flowers
Blues flower
4th of July fireworks, front yard fun!
Ottawa Childrens Choir sings during a concert
Khmer Sister and brother paddling a boat in a river near Siem Reap, Cambodia
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Bee, Bud, and Bloom at King's Family Farm in Bradenton, FL.

Bee, Bud, and Bloom at King's Family Farm in Bradenton, FL.

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Palm Harbor, Florida, United States of America
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© Gayle Stephenson.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 03.2012
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Date Uploaded: July 29, 2012, 8:41 p.m.
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