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Sultry Illinois Sunset
Journey to the light
Morning in the Park
Every aspect of this photo has its complement: dark/colorful; exact/undefined; man-made/natural; made to destroy life/full of life.  I didn't see this until I saw the photo, and I see more each time I
A collage of one of my friends.
Floor fountain in front of one of my favorite restaurants in Tracy.
Illinois tree of life
Riding passenger in the car and saw this beautiful sunset.
Our German friends look too nonchalant about climbing this dune, but hey, they are young.
Striking Barcelona
Beauty beyond imagination. Drinking it all in to last for a lifetime. Our young friends from Germany will always remember this scene.
I found this in my yard. Is it a mushroom or is it a small beast from outer space?
Stop and Smell the Flowers
These bison in Yellowstone National Park obviously don't know about the danger of walking on potentially thin crust but we humans are warned of it over and over and over again. "Stay on the boardwalks
Sunset in Crescent City CA.
My Sky Tonight, Watching the Wonders of Sunset
Ocean adventure my first picture of an under water sea life.
This soda dam is a visual example of the interactions between the forces of nature.  Water, calcium carbonate, earthquakes, and volcanoes over thousands of years have formed and reformed this dam over
Boat on land next to lake
Morning at Haleakala
The lake after the heavy rainfall in India
Finding two statues that appear to be dancing with each other
Looking at a road next to a mountain
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
I found this in my yard. Is it a mushroom or is it a small beast from outer space?

I found this in my yard. Is it a mushroom or is it a small beast from outer space?

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Boulder, Colorado, United States of America
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© Ruth Frye.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 07.2011
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Oct. 27, 2011, 10:26 p.m.
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Camera Model: SP320
Focal Length: 8mm
Shutter Speed: 1/200
Aperture: f2.8
ISO: ISO249
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