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Visited National Historic Site: Manzanar
some times we forgot who we are ? and why are living ? because we are drawn to the things and close our eyes to the goal .
a beautiful tulip at the keukenhoff in the netherlands
Grape Vines
Spring T-ball Season, Virinia Beach, VA
GOOD FRIDAY FLAGELLANTS OF MALABON, METRO-MANILA
A statue at a small mountain side shrine in Kojima, Japan (Okayama Prefecture) overlooks the city during Cherry Blossom season.
Special Evening Glow Reflecting on The Virgin River in The Spectacular Narrows Of Zion National Park, Utah
The lights of the Las Vegas strip are reflected in the windows of the Aria hotel.
Cast Iron Skillets
Bringing in the Sheaves, this Amish farmer was baling cornstalks to use as bedding for his dairy herd.
Fatty tissue in the heart - diseased, yet oddly beautiful
Stop for lunch
Bike trip
Family Portrait
The sun rises through the face of a massive wave at Newport's infamous wave, The Wedge.
Grafitti known as "tagging" is part of our urban culture. You can find this kind of art just about everywhere you go.
Spider silhouetted against the sunset
Delicate Arch, Arches National Park, Moab, UT. Photo taken in the late evening lookin east with the sun almost setting in the west
THREE MUSLIM LADIES ON THEIR FOGGY MORNING WALK
Brunnsparken, the centre of Gothenburg, Sweden, on a summer evening, 10PM.
A musty moon seems ever-closer to earth as it falls within the frame of a prickly plant in the hot dryness of the Southern California desert . . .
Little Zachary had a little too much fun in the sun at a Spring picnic.
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Fatty tissue in the heart - diseased, yet oddly beautiful

Fatty tissue in the heart - diseased, yet oddly beautiful

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Date Taken: 10.2012
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