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There are only two places on the planet where you can travel to witness the amazement and awe of a manned space launch, the legacy of our generation.
Okinawan Angel
Sailboats lined up at the MIT docks along the Charles River in Cambridge MA.
The International Space Station is the brightest and fastest object visible in the night sky as it passes over my backyard one clear winter's night.
Ninth Avenue Afternoon Break-NYC
My daughters first zen moment
Through the Fog
Zandar in a saddle.
Fresh new puppy and fresh morning light
Brother and sister love at beach in November
Close up of a plant at Bryce Canyon.
A young man returns from the market near Ntarama,Rwanda
Captiva Island, Florida.  This snowy egret and tiny seagull were perched on the pilings, waiting for the sea fog to lift.  A sliver of light found its way through that fog to land on the egret.  Magic
Children returning from School in Ruhengeri,Rwanda
Viewing the Washington Monument and Reflection Pool in April 2009.
Colors of Music
I took this picture while on a camping trip in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW).  It was a beautiful peaceful morning.
Torres Del Paine, Patagonia, viewed from Lago Nordenskjold.
The Joy and Anticipation of Christmas evident in a young girl's facial expression on Christmas Eve.
Space Shuttle Endeavour, STS130, runs a traffic signal on its ascent to rendezvous with the International Space Station.
My Son Feeding the ducks
Browsing on an April afternoon, 2009
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Close up of a plant at Bryce Canyon.

Close up of a plant at Bryce Canyon.

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Cincinnati, Ohio, United States of America
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 08.2009
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: March 15, 2010, 4:18 p.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XS
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