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Brilliantly colored tiled mirrors, ceramic sinks, and other pottery of Mexico
A child observing a political activist
Tiger in Kissimmee, FL
Cute babies are playing water in the park
Triple S Marina In Morehead City North Carolina
Riding horses in the Colorado Mountains at Lutheran Valley Retreat.
Abstract macro of a metallic mushroom found in Big Bend Texas
Tree in Margaret's Farm Pasture just past Mom's house outside of Baldwin Ks. Dead of winter. Jan. 2011.
The impressive view from a house's porch in Bellevue
Storm Over Nimisila Lake
Enjoying the sights while on safari, this zebra looked as curious as we were.
Hitch'n a Ride
Grizzly bear cubs also have to learn to swim.They will ride on Mom's back when tired.
Hope even in poverty
return home
"Two Worlds"

The lowest of tides reveals a gorgeous underwater display of green sea anenomes and pink seagrass. This tide pool contrasts with farms of mussels and a foreboding sea stack at the Nort
While walking through a bus terminal in Xian, China I felt as if someone was watching me, the American, walk by. I turned focused and each face had a different dialog.
The sun breaks through the clouds over the Neuschwanstein castle.
Chalk artist in France
BLACKSMITH'S SHOP AT THE BILTMORE HOUSE AND GARDEN
morning mood
The beautiful view from a house's porch in Bellevue.
Toompea Castle
walking to a bridge in the woods
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Hitch'n a Ride Grizzly bear cubs also have to learn to swim.They will ride on Mom's back when tired.

Hitch'n a Ride Grizzly bear cubs also have to learn to swim.They will ride on Mom's back when tired.

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Campbell River, Canada
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© Robert Scriba.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 06.2009
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 30, 2011, 2:54 p.m.
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Camera Model: NIKON D300
Focal Length: 400mm
Shutter Speed: 1/320
Aperture: f5.6
ISO: ISO800
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