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Sunset on the Zambezi River
Crossing Skyline drive
View while hiking the Bell Canyon Trail. Sandy, Utah
Black, green and yellow
She walked away with it
Smoke and Mirror
Love Me, Love Me Not
Dawn
TREASURED
On ramp/off ramp on the FDR Drive in Manhattan
Mountains and the sea on 3rd St. roadwork
Ever see the tongue of a Giraffe?
Sunset through red lenses
Pollination
Observing
Remote Aircraft Approach
Sama (detail)
Homebound people
Farolito/Luminaria in Santa Fe
Juvenile Herring being stalked by Adult Ring-Billed Gull
Hungry Red Squirrel
Visual History of Commercial Flight
An elephant’s eye
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Ever see the tongue of a Giraffe?

Feeding time at the Giraffe zone in The Living Desert, and I was right there to catch the moment the giraffe was sticking out its tongue to get the food.

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Edmonds, Washington, United States of America
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Date Taken: 11.2016
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