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Mt. Zhang Jia Jie, with its otherworldly looks and breathtaking beauty, is probably the most picturesque scenic place in China.
Ponce de Leon's house in the Dominican Republic
Danny on the Beach, Oregon Coast
Cairo Morning
A dinghy wading around!
THE INDIAN  AND THE WILD HORSE . . . . .
An authentic Indian riding a wild horse he captured in the mountains of northern British Columbia.
Drummer-I

Camera Model Name - Canon EOS 400D DIGITAL
Shutter Speed - 1/60Sec., Aperture - F4.5
ISO Speed - 200, Lens - 18-50mm
People are busy in a rainy and foggy weather in a hill station.
After a tough climb, contemplating the way down
Expontaneous concert delights this lady visiting Avila.
My 1 month old kitten exploring the christmas tree
Juvenile Night Heron
Independence and Determination. When life throws you a bump, keep going...
i found this tiny "red bug" as the size of an ant at my bitter melon plants. Bitter melon is one of the foods which most oriental eat, it will help diabetic and prevent mosquitoes.
Old Florida
Children play soccer during recess in the large field next to their school.
New River Bridge
The monument in the center of London
Swinging Bridge during the first snow of the season in Yosemite National Forest.
Rachael Is Pregnant.
Shrimpers coming home after a day at sea.
Eastern Phoebe with fall setting/colors in the Hill Country of Central Texas. Canon 1D Mark III, 300mm f/2.8 + 1.4x ext and natural light. F/8, 1/800th, ISO 500
Lone bird with fishing boat and reflection
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Juvenile Night Heron

Juvenile Night Heron

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Gainesville, Florida, United States of America
Member since 2014
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© stuart kaye.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 09.2012
Filed Under: Natural World
Camera Information
Date Uploaded: Nov. 30, 2012, 8:55 a.m.
Camera Make:
Camera Model: Canon EOS-1D Mark IV
Focal Length: 800mm
Shutter Speed: 1/400
Aperture: f8
ISO: ISO800
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