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A shot through the roots of a fallen tree creates a natural frame around the scenery at Lake Crescent
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View from the top of Hurricane Ridge in the Olympic National Park with a peek from some lovely Queen Anne's lace in the foreground
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I am a dancer and I took a self portrait of myself under one of the arches in University of Michigan's law quad. That is currently the school that I attend.
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Sunset in Jerome, Idaho returning from Rexburg.
First viewing of the wall..
Cultural beauty exists in rural Nepal
Bumblee Bee Buzz
Black Skimmer earning its name.
poor old man looking for his grandson, who will help him to stand and walk...
Beautiful sunrise from the comfort of my own backyard.
Gecko back lite by the sun.
I photographed this tree using a touch to paint it. The golden illumination in the background is from a settlement just on the other side of the dam.
I photographed this flamingo using a remote trigger and lots of patience at a dam near my house.
I photographed this using a remote trigger and a long exposure. Sparks flying of the rock as I swing a burning ember in very strong winds.
This Ghost Crab was one of millions I came across while one a three day hike along the Isimangaliso coastline. I crept on knees and elbows for 10min to get the shot.
VISITING THE GEYSERS AT NATIONAL YELLOWSTONE , WY.
The Other Half
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Cultural beauty exists in rural Nepal

Cultural beauty exists in rural Nepal

TAGS: Nepal

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Baitadi, Nepal
Member since 2014
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© Mukesh Singh Thapa.
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Date Taken: 06.2013
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