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From my new series 'Seorita Discarded' - portraits taken of blind, abused and abandoned women/girls living and working in the streets. The images were taken all over the world.
Aliwan Festival
From my new series 'Seorita Discarded' - portraits taken of blind, abused and abandoned women/girls living and working in the streets. The images were taken all over the world.
This is a self-portrait, taken by accident, when I aimed my camera at the mirror cube sculpture in the Peggy Guggenheim museum garden. The sculpture (Dan Graham's 1989 Triangular Solid with Circular I
From my new series 'Seorita Discarded' - portraits taken of blind, abused and abandoned women/girls living and working in the streets. The images were taken all over the world.
Flying fox in Sydney botanical gardens
A February flurry
Sunrise in Lucena Quezon
Enjoying a Japanese treat on a rainy spring day.
From my new series 'Seorita Discarded' - portraits taken of blind, abused and abandoned women/girls living and working in the streets. The images were taken all over the world.
From my new series 'Seorita Discarded' - portraits taken of blind, abused and abandoned women/girls living and working in the streets. The images were taken all over the world.
Kangaroo in Canberra Namadgi national park
From my new series 'Seorita Discarded' - portraits taken of blind, abused and abandoned women/girls living and working in the streets. The images were taken all over the world.
This nun pulled up outside a cathedral. I noticed that she was locking her bike.
From my new series 'Seorita Discarded' - portraits taken of blind, abused and abandoned women/girls living and working in the streets. The images were taken all over the world.
Dragonfly in Canberra botanical gardens
Walking in the old walled city of Kotor, I saw this woman.
I happened to be in a zodiac in front of this glacier when a small chunck of ice fell. This was followed shortly by a huge calving--tons of ice. I wish I could show you the series of about 20 photos I
She made eye contact with me!
Darwin, NT Australia. 2011. Such a magical sunset
Barrel Racing Cowgirl
Until I saw it, I didn't even know such a thing as red tussocks existed. It is so lovely. If there is reincarnation and I come back as a plant, this is the plant I want to be.
I was walking along the shore of Lake Wakatipu and I saw this duck sleeping.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Kangaroo in Canberra Namadgi national park

Kangaroo in Canberra Namadgi national park

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Weetangera, Australia
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© Stuart Coulson.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 02.2010
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 6, 2011, 1:07 a.m.
Camera Make:
Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Focal Length: 180mm
Shutter Speed: 1/100
Aperture: f8
ISO: ISO100
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