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Exploring an old granite quarry in rural Missouri after a Summer thunderstorm.
Troopers
This homeless man sat at the bottom of these stairs for hours.  I loved the way his cup was catching the light.
I drove past this farmhouse every day to and from work.  Occasionally, the light would cooperate for shots like this.
A Muslim woman rushed by my car by herself and later returned with a child in her arms.
Heavy fog and a setting sun.
A thirsty pigeon bellies up to the faucet.
This dog walked up to this drinking fountain, flung his front paws up and waited for the botton to be pushed.  Apparently, not his first time.
A long goodbye at the Santa Barbara train station.
Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco at Sunset
"Arose"
Hiking around in Rhama,NM distracted by the bright cactus flowers with nothing but twigs and pine needles scattered in the dirt.
Ceramic lizards lined up. Ready..Set..Go!
Alone
Hay Bale
omniscient-the Pacific Ocean
Red White and Blue
Watching the sunset on mobile bay in fairhope alabama at the Fairhope pier.
Montgomery, AL Zoo Giraffe
The beautiful beach view
Brightly colored Mangrove Path at the Keys
An endangered Conch coming out of its shell
Staring at me staring at you
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Hiking around in Rhama,NM distracted by the bright cactus flowers with nothing but twigs and pine needles scattered in the dirt.

Hiking around in Rhama,NM distracted by the bright cactus flowers with nothing but twigs and pine needles scattered in the dirt.

TAGS: New Mexico, United States

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© Kendra Hosack.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 05.2010
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Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: June 1, 2010, 11:53 p.m.
Camera Make: CASIO COMPUTER CO.,LTD.
Camera Model: EX-S5
Focal Length: 11.2mm
Shutter Speed: 1/59
Aperture: f4.2
ISO: ISO200
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PHOTO LOCATION Chama, New Mexico, United States of America