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A kid climbed on traffic light pole during World Series Parade 2010
Fireboat on Lake Union, Seattle Washington.  In memorial for Seatttle Deputy Fire Chief Jesse Youngs.
Anything is possible
A beautifull, non-polluted beach on the Canadian side of Lake Erie. about a mile away from the Point, of one of Canadas national park, Point Pelee is where this was taken.
World Series Fans cheering
On top of the Porta Potty during SF Giants World Series Parade 2010
Soccer in South Africa, 1 year prior to world cup
Kid playing soccer in South Africa, 1 year before the world cup.
Met a women in South Africa who was searching for her lost family.  This is her wall that inspires her to keep going
Fan holding the banner during the World Series Parade 2010
Fans celebrating the SF Giants World Series 2010
Hippo yawning out a mouthful of water!
Pair of red-billed hornbills admiring the blue sky.
Honey bee on purple.
A giraffe doing what all we humans do...just without a finger.
Suspended Autumn.
4 day old baby elephant keeping in step with Mom.
Eye to eye with a black rhino.
We have been raising an orphaned deer all summer and the fawn named Pawnzi likes to suck on ears before being fed. Here Pawnzi is sucking on my grandson's (Benjamin White)ear.
If you don't have a summing suite to swim why not capture the sea in one of it's moments!
Brothers and sisters celebrating sisters birthday party.  
       "The five of us always together"
Nikon digital 5000
My son 1 Min. into life
sunrise on lake mead
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Hippo yawning out a mouthful of water!

Hippo yawning out a mouthful of water!

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© Nancie Wight.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 06.2010
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 5, 2010, 11:32 a.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS 7D
Focal Length: 420mm
Shutter Speed: 1/500
Aperture: f9
ISO: ISO800
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