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"Holy Cow in India"
Dahlia Box
Drama on the African Plains
Tequila in Repose with Three Women
Sunset and lightning flashes on Crescent Beach
Coffee has become a big part in American culture.
i my back yard at the beginning of a storm using a flash which made the rain drops look like fire
Portland Headlight
Sunshine through the Trees
Sunrise on the sea
Walking towards a full rainbow (it was a double rainbow actually) in Salento
CEDAR WAXWING WITH CHOKECHERRY. While stalking Hummingbirds, I heard a group of Cedar Waxwings in a Chokecherry Tree. I swung around, aimed upward and snapped a single frame as they scattered. The res
Grapes growing at the Hartwood Winery.
Winter Wedding for a young couple
Crab Spider vs Fly
Only slightly amused kitty
Cracked
Looking at the raindrops on some leaves.
Three barn buildings with metallic appearing roofs which makes the sun glisten. The sturdy barns are surrounded by a weathered fence.
Beach View at Stinson Beach, CA
Dahlia's at the Toledo Botanical Gardens
The sunset was only intensified by this statue.  It looks like the statue is holding the sun.
Exploring the streets of Tuscany
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
CEDAR WAXWING WITH CHOKECHERRY. While stalking Hummingbirds, I heard a group of Cedar Waxwings in a Chokecherry Tree. I swung around, aimed upward and snapped a single frame as they scattered. The res

CEDAR WAXWING WITH CHOKECHERRY. While stalking Hummingbirds, I heard a group of Cedar Waxwings in a Chokecherry Tree. I swung around, aimed upward and snapped a single frame as they scattered. The result shocked me and I love it!

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© Dick Jones.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 08.2011
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Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 30, 2011, 8:10 p.m.
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Camera Model: NIKON D300
Focal Length: 300mm
Shutter Speed: 1/1000
Aperture: f5.3
ISO: ISO3200
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