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Sarah at the World Expo
A pregnant zebra surveys the Ngorongoro Crater. I commented she MUST be having twins, which made our guide James chuckle since mares only have one foal a year.
The lights begins at sunset
A local actress in a cocktail lounge.
I was having a walk with my dog when after a pretty heavy storm the sky was clearing up.
Sarah at the World Expo in Shanghai
John on the Bund in Shanghai
Grasshopper with morning dew on back climbing on grass.
Tiny bug taking a ride on a turtle.
This photo shows the hills near Ajaccio, France.
A seagull takes flight from the battlements of Caernarfon Castle in Wales
I spotted this butterfly walking through Tree Tops Park on late afternoon.
playing on the seesaw with a few children
Hiking the Hobbit trail on the Oregon coast
A royal Hindu family celebrating the 'Durga Puja'(Idol of Goddess Durga)festival by their own way. Durga Puja festival is one of the largest Hindu festival in India.
walking in the alley in Vannes
I was catching the bus to school, it was about 7:30 in the morning. As i was getting off the bus on Van Buren and congress I took a quick shot of the buildings.
Flower in the Royal Botanical Gardens, Madrid, Spain
A photo collage created from nine different moods of the sky. All photos except one have been taken on Corsica, France.
An Old man is waiting for his friend on a street side bench.
reading the paper protecting the religious relics
A grand Oak tree set against the morning Texas horizon....
Canadian Mafalda
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
I spotted this butterfly walking through Tree Tops Park on late afternoon.

I spotted this butterfly walking through Tree Tops Park on late afternoon.

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Plantation, Florida, United States of America
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Date Taken: 01.2009
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