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The road to Lukomir, Bosnia
The beauty of nature even after a whole day's work it is so refreshing to see the sun set.  Taken in our of so many resorts in the province of Batangas, south of Manila.
Taken off the coast of Cape Romano, Florida, in the gulf Of Mexico using a Nokia Lumia 1020 Windows Phone. The "Dome Homes" are and abandoned cluster of homes which at one time were on the beach, but
Old farm barns lives forever in our lifes.
Village girls in roof work
Two boys going to explore a pond on our Alabama farm.
Playing with children in Belize.
Kodak easyshare
Playing with my nephew in a hay bale maze at a pumpkin patch.
Polaris deserted gas station
Two participants of Rolling Thunder taking a cigarette break.
At the End of the Rainbow
From nature we evolved and from nature we return as dust.  This picture depicts the space we are taking even when we die.  A memorial park (or cemetery) where my father was buried, he died because of
The concept was to show a damsel in distress and to show the differences in contrast between smooth skin and the hard steel of the railroad tracks. The image is complete with a distant figure walking
Black and white print of abstract view of stairs in downtown Baltimore at night.
Silhouette of people in avenue of stars,hongkong
filling up my water bottle fro a fresh water spring from the mountain
Windy day at the 45th parallel in Traverse City, Michigan.
Worshipping always beyond imagination in everyone's Life.
To help promote a friends hand created purse, this model Esmeralda and I did a photo shoot at the Omni Hotel next to their grand piano. The end result was the definition of class, beauty, and elegance
Street photography with an iphone 4
Praying mantis's journey through life
A portrait of my friend, Tasha. Made using an iPhone 5.
August 2012 flooding made life difficult and properties damaged.  Are we to blame for this or should we blame nature?
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
From nature we evolved and from nature we return as dust. This picture depicts the space we are taking even when we die. A memorial park (or cemetery) where my father was buried, he died because of

From nature we evolved and from nature we return as dust. This picture depicts the space we are taking even when we die. A memorial park (or cemetery) where my father was buried, he died because of lung cancer. He was a smoker

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Manila, Philippines
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© Danilo Ongchangco.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 11.2011
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 25, 2013, 10:15 p.m.
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Camera Model: COOLPIX P90
Focal Length: 28.8mm
Shutter Speed: 1/354
Aperture: f6.3
ISO: ISO64
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