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Family photographed at home
Family photographed at home
Family photographed at home
Family photographed at home
Family of five photographed over the course of one day in their home
The most profound things we see tend to remain in our minds, as permanent as the photograph.
There are some things Americans hold sacred.  Icons like Big Bird apparently do not mix with politics.
Portrait of Elizabeth preparing for a portrait.

Nikon D600
Sigma 35mm 1.4 "Art" DG HSM
A daylily flower petal shot with a Macro lens.
Had one night to spend in Boston and this was one of my stops.
Had one night to spend in Boston and this was one of my stops.
High Island Rookery, restored from hurricane Ike that took out many of the trees.  Nesting platforms have been added to help the nesting birds to be able to continue nesting here.
The Flower
I photographed the flower in a vase in my office at work over the mail bin. Photo taken on Nikon D5200. 2013.
Silk Tree At the Street Curb
I photographed the tree on 12th Street in the Historic Shaw area of Washington, D.C.  Photo taken on Nikon D5200, 2014.
Koi Pond Plants
I photographed the koi pond at the Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington, D.C. Photo taken on Nikon D5200. June 2014.
Water Sprinkler
I photographed the water sprinkler at the Georgetown Water Front in the Georgetown section of Washington, D.C. Photo taken on Nikon D5200, 2014.
Francis Scott Key Memorial Park
I photographed the lawn section in the Francis Scott Key Memorial Park located in the Georgetown section of Washington, D.C. Photo taken on Nikon D5200. 2013.
The Green Plants
I photographed a garden of flowers inside the Kogod Court Yard in the Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. Photo taken on Nikon D5200, 2014.
The Yellow Rose
I photographed this pale yellow rose in my office sitting in a plastic bottle on the counter. The rose took on a physical space of its own. Photo taken on Nikon D5200, August 2014.
Sunrise Reflection
A visit to the Historic "RCA" Northern Operations Building located in Northern California.
Ladies with Santo Nio
The Rope Swing
12th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
High Island Rookery, restored from hurricane Ike that took out many of the trees. Nesting platforms have been added to help the nesting birds to be able to continue nesting here.

High Island Rookery, restored from hurricane Ike that took out many of the trees. Nesting platforms have been added to help the nesting birds to be able to continue nesting here.

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Pearland, Texas, United States of America
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 05.2014
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PHOTO LOCATION High Island, Texas, United States of America