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God's wrath
Venetian Reflection
If you twist your head 90 degrees to the right you will see the real image - a water reflection of rocks.I discovered this non-photoshop technique over ten years ago when I accidentally noticed "a fac
shot in New Delhi on trip with my family from my hotel room
LIFE
shot in the backyard of our university college hostel in visakhapatnam, India
LOOK AT ME
shot in the porch of my granny's house on a summer afternoon.
WILLOW
Has been shot on my visit to the historical Jantar Mantar located in New Delhi with my family. Camera used is a regular Sony Cybershot W170.
NATURE
GOLDEN PEAK
This picture was taken on our way to industrial visit as part of our university curriculum. It was shot in Ooty in India.
FRIENDSHIP
Taken on top my university hostel during one of the summer nights spent sleeping on top of the hostel building.
DISASTER
DAL LAKE
a day on the atlantic ochean African side
An early morning pedestrian in DeLand, Florida seems oblivious to the imminent attack of a Navy Dive Bomber in a mural depicting aircraft stationed at the Deland naval air station during WW II.
A woman struggles with a great Dane who thinks it's a lap dog while watching the Mardi Gras Dog Parade in Deland, Florida.  People  bring their dogs to be in the parade and to watch the parade from th
The old cemetery at Cerrillos, New Mexico with the town and the Ortiz mountains in the background.  Cerrillos was a mining boomtown in the 19th century drawing miners from all around the world.
Child smiles with his guitar
Sunset in the woods
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
GOLDEN PEAK

GOLDEN PEAK

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Barrackpore., India
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© ashis guha.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 06.2010
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 11, 2012, 8:16 a.m.
Camera Make:
Camera Model: NIKON D50
Focal Length: 18mm
Shutter Speed: 1/125
Aperture: f13
ISO: ISO200
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