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I was coming into Honolulu Harbor early one morning and I just loved the way Diamond Head looked before sunrise.
Millennium Park in the Windy City
Buzzing around the backyard.
On March 14 2008 The Halemaumau crater on Kilauea Volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii erupted.  This was a 30 second exposure on September 8 2008 at 10PM.
Exploring small towns in Virginia
"VACANCY" at the Hotel Martin on this frosty winter morning
Yellow Jacket walking along Aloe vera.
To honor and OBEY?!
Wisconsin River emptying into the mighty Mississippi river.
"The Lady" from 900 feet
Coca Cola art at the World of Coca Cola
I found this tiny crab on a beach on Fanning Island in the South Pacific.
A girl reaches out for the cup at the World of Coca Cola
Mississippi River viewed from the overlook at Pike's State Park,Iowa.
Jellyfish in the aquarium
Browsing the streets of Mykonos when I happened on this sandwich shop ready for evening business
Kilauea Light House on Kauai Hawaii with seabirds.
Waiting patiently to go on the Eye of London
Exploring the Indian culture.
Sherpas prepare their meals as stars start to appear at Camp 2 on the Western Cwm - Everest
Early morning fog shrouds the beautiful autumn colors of the rushes where the hidden muskrat den is ready for winter
The fountain behind Chatsworth
"The town that would not drown", the former location of Butler, TN. It now lays beneath the Tennessee Valley Authority's Watauga Lake. The town was flooded and its citizens were relocated in 1948.
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
I found this tiny crab on a beach on Fanning Island in the South Pacific.

I found this tiny crab on a beach on Fanning Island in the South Pacific.

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Keaau, Hawaii, United States of America
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Date Taken: 04.2008
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