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On the beach at the Delaware Bay, Cape May, NJ. The horseshoe crab, an ancient species, dying after mating season.
Trees
Purple ochre starfish
The amazing story of the most endangered primates in the world.
The northern lights blast over a moon lit ridge in Juneau, AK.
Local Kenyan carving wood figure in his workshop to sell in his tourist shop located on the equator
Nick Bacarella before the cheeseburger arrives.
Looking back, because there's road ahead.

(taken at the moment when he stopped to look for me as I lingered behind for photographs---on our way back before complete darkness) (we did have flashligh
A spider over the grey sky outside a neighbor's house.
Geyser erupting in Iceland.
People play amongst spraying water in Washington Square Park's Fountain during Summer
Brown Anole - A native of the Belizean rainforest, displays his one of a kind dewlap in hopes of attracting a mate or to intimidate those around it.
Scenic spot ,Yosemite california
Bright pink flamingos.
Columbine
Graffiti at decomisioned military base, Fort Ord.
Took this picture in the evening in back of the house.
a colorful kiss
Resting
BOAT RACE
the little/student monks are having studies
Attending Lucille Ball's 100th Birthday Festival.
Lost in the play
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Brown Anole - A native of the Belizean rainforest, displays his one of a kind dewlap in hopes of attracting a mate or to intimidate those around it.

Brown Anole - A native of the Belizean rainforest, displays his one of a kind dewlap in hopes of attracting a mate or to intimidate those around it.

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Mt. Vernon, Iowa, United States of America
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© Catherine Mueller.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 05.2010
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 30, 2012, 11:49 a.m.
Camera Make: SONY
Camera Model: DSC-H9
Focal Length: 78mm
Shutter Speed: 1/100
Aperture: f4.5
ISO: ISO200
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