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Dragon Fly
Osprey with young in a nest on top of a channel marker.
bird watching at ocean beach in san francisco
African funeral march
our future, children in nature being aware of our environment.
Beautiful girls in an African village
Porcupine climbing a tree seen on a drive through the mountains
Picture of a visitor to my butterfly garden.
After The Storm
A covered bridge over a swampy stream
the original grave site of jesse james, located in the yard of the james family farm. the inscription is quite amazing and was purposley worded this way by his mother zerelda!
Cape Cod Natural History Museum

Diamondback terrapin, a critically endangered species
hand crafted wood work, gothic styling,in the museum of art at the nelson atkins museum of art kansas city
Fourth of July cookout and dunk tank at work (the grocery store!)
Collins Cove, Eastham, MA

Bridging the gap between land and water.
egytian exhibit at the nelson atkins museum of art kansas city
American Flag and Nevada State Flag
1930's hallway 500ft in Hoover Dam
people in a group at the zoo
Food would be much easier to obtain if the feeder was still!
lions in the grass
The sun chasing these dragonflies in Hocking Valley made for a fairy-tale like experience.
american castles, a dying history
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Cape Cod Natural History Museum Diamondback terrapin, a critically endangered species

Cape Cod Natural History Museum Diamondback terrapin, a critically endangered species

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Blackstone, Massachusetts, United States of America
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© Jill Newman.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 07.2011
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: July 20, 2011, 11:25 a.m.
Camera Make: ViviCam
Focal Length: 6.5mm
Shutter Speed: 1/50
Aperture: f3
ISO: ISO400
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