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Summer fun in beach!
Lazy Lynx
Herd of Topis grazing at sunset
Great Lawn Ant drinking from a cherry blossom
Under the Breaking Wave
SMALL WONDER
Marching On
Elephant tender moment captured at sunset
Solar Cells on a Grey Morning
Where's the quarterback?
A participant in Rainbow Pride Walk
Eye for an Eye
Desert safari
Life in water
BLISS
Group of bushmen around the fire.
Cracked paint and sand-filled rooms at Kolmanskop, Namibia
Red Moon Rising
Drouin Aurora
Sunset
A CAT that has CAT written on its forehead
Serenity
Bridging the gap
13th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Eye for an Eye

For life is not chess, but the aren't very alike either. The queen, the strongest weapon, happens to prove the quote, “Survival of the fittest” in both the enchanted worlds. Our last and final call of making that one right turn, changed all our moods! Looking at the horizon, seeing the sun set at dusk, we took our last turn and food the tigers dragging her half eaten kill away. But, as Nemesis, the god of Revenge one said, An eye for an eye, she seemed to have injured herself during the kill. She was with us only for a few minutes, but the experience was lively! Its one of these wild moments when you realise that the forest has a lot of enchanting, mystical and beautiful creatures

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 05.2015
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 29, 2015, 7:45 a.m.
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Focal Length: 200mm
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