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Clown Fish swimming among the anemones in the aquarium of the Denver Zoo.
Two cool dudes: an uncle and his nephew.
Live Giant Owl (Caligo memnon) Butterfly photographed at the Milwaukee Public Museum's Puelicher Butterfly Vivarium.
Nile Crocodile and Grey Heron. While driving I saw this happen once and thought I had missed the photo, but I stopped and set up just in case. Luckily, the heron returned to the same spot and the croc
Traveling through the East Bay hills in the San Francisco Bay Area on a beautiful December day
Red sand beach.
A juvenile owl presents a threat display.
Herd of goats returning from pasture at the end of a long day.
Meeting the ballerina.
A sunset on a hill by a cross.
While walking on the beach of the North Shore with the sun at our backs, a rainbow appeared down the beach from the quick rainfall in front of us.
European Bee-eaters. I was photographing from a hide (blind) located at a sand pit on a farm in Hungary, and I got this shot just as the guy on the right was landing and had only one foot on the branc
The underside of the Space Shuttle Atlantis, on display at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor's Center.
Sunset near city of Alviso, California, at the San Francisco south bay area.
Young Buddhist monks having fun in the Shwezigon Pagoda compound.
The B-Shaft obelisk and 'Dry Building' of the Cliffs Shaft Mine Museum reflected in a water puddle.
Neil Armstrong's spacesuit
Morning in Brisbane, Australia from the top of the Quay West Suites hotel.
Smoky lady
Young boys playing in a fruit tree.
Nothing says summertime like ice cream...and, of course, everything is better with sprinkles!
The open road. Mailboxes line the side of U.S. Hwy- 14/20, between Cody Wyoming and Yellowstone National Park.
Gas station vac.
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
European Bee-eaters. I was photographing from a hide (blind) located at a sand pit on a farm in Hungary, and I got this shot just as the guy on the right was landing and had only one foot on the branc

European Bee-eaters. I was photographing from a hide (blind) located at a sand pit on a farm in Hungary, and I got this shot just as the guy on the right was landing and had only one foot on the branch.

TAGS: Bird, Flying, Hungary, Landing, Pair

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Arcata, California, United States of America
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© Mike Anderson.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 05.2011
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Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 26, 2013, 6:52 p.m.
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Camera Model: NIKON D3S
Focal Length: 400mm
Shutter Speed: 1/4000
Aperture: f7.1
ISO: ISO1250
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