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Saddle Bronco Riding at a rodeo in Arizona.
steps through the wood in the Autumn
boat in the silent water
road leading through an arid area
human legs into the water
A Beautiful sun set during the beginning of Spring
Moss on a Rock
as soon as i got off the plane
Sharing blueberries with granddad
Taken with a canon 30D and Kenko extension tubes for macro photography, this is a reflection of myself in an ornament.  I took this outdoors in order to include the house and the clouds in the reflect
Playing ukulele with my granddaughter
Black and white Seagul in the decending beach waters of Cresent Beach. Anastasia, Fl.
My morning walk with my dog Casey brought this unusual sighting on the fox river,Carpentersville ,Il.Its pretty rare in this area and what a grand sight and thrilling shot,i never thought i would get
Haitian boy wanders the sugarcane fields of the Dominican Republic
A Bedouin boy drinks from a water bottle atop a donkey in Petra, Jordan
Woman resting from her stroll down Via Dolorosa in the Old City of Jerusalem
A man reads the morning paper outside his hotel in Amsterdam
We are together
Water wheel in Plum Park
At street-level, looking up the metal-clad exterior of the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Summer Day in Pittsburgh at the Mt. Lebanon Pool
Ice-choaked glacial lake in Lake Clark Pass, south central Alaska.
Global Warming in the deep south 2010-02
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Black and white Seagul in the decending beach waters of Cresent Beach. Anastasia, Fl.

Black and white Seagul in the decending beach waters of Cresent Beach. Anastasia, Fl.

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Ringgold, Georgia, United States of America
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© Jessica Cole Brett.
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Date Taken: 02.2010
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: March 4, 2010, 7:17 p.m.
Camera Make: NORITSU KOKI
Camera Model: QSS-32_33
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