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Enjoying the birdbath on a hot summer day.
Sunflowers basking in the sunlight.
This lawnmower was left behind a shed when our neighbors moved about 15 years ago.  It was recently discovered after the 2011 devasting flood in Burlington ND.
A friend of mine and his daughter fishing at Penn Warner Lake.
A picture of my curious cat Gallagher.  

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Camera Model	Canon EOS REBEL T3i
Firmware	Firmware Version 1.0.2
Shooting Date/Time	8/25/2012 3:25:29 PM
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3 lifelong friends sharing a moment enjoying the view.
Red Rock  is One of the best tourists spot in Las Vegas where I'm so lucky that It's just behind my Mother-In-Laws house .
another wave
the power of Americas great lakes
Orange in Montreal
Built in 1177-1185,Pont d'Avignon(also called Saint Bnezet Bridge)is a famous bridge in southern France.
Getting up close and personal with Nature
After walking around Grotto Fall for a while and not coming up with a composition I liked I tried wading out in the creek  just below the fall to see what I could come up with. Using a Split ND filter
Walking along the outer edge of this pool of water around the waterfall, I found these rocks that formed a leading line straight to the falling water.
A boy, dog and fishing American Pasttime
Catching the sun thru a raindrop
The Gold after a Rainstorm found Over Lake Champlain New York.
A sunrise taken from my front porch in September 2012. Location Hoyt, Kansas
Tunnel of Live Oaks at Wormsloe Plantation,  Savannah, Georgia
Two rare white tigers encountering each other in the water.
camel ride
true colours of india
our culture
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Getting up close and personal with Nature

Getting up close and personal with Nature

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Plattsburgh, New York, United States of America
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Date Taken: 06.2012
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