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Grasshopper grasping a leaf
Smile For The Camera
Subject: Sophia Rinkert
(Photo Taken With: Sony NEX-5N)
A school of Silversides flash through the prop roots of a remote mangrove forest in Indonesia. The prop roots of mangrove trees provide shadowed, protected areas for small fishes and invertebrates to
Birch wood. Sunset. 

Nikon D700, Tamron 24-70/24mm, f/7.0, 1/125, ISO 400
Foliage in New England - one of the top fall color destinations in the world.
Three wind turbines at sunset at the Lac Alfred wind farm near Amqui in eastern Quebec.
Foliage in New England - one of the top four fall colors destinations in the world.
Visiting Muir Woods, CA
Storm coming over the sand dunes on a cold October day
A leafography: I arranged these leaves on a rock by a brook, and set up the camera for a slow motion shot. The water appeared like a wind coming from the mouth of the leaf-made creature.
Red Frog on a leaf.
King of the backyard
Prince Edward Island. See shore

Nikon D700, Sigma 70-300/165mm, f/13, 1/400/ ISO 200
My family gathered around the iPad to talk to my aunt (who was in other country) on Lunar New Year. That was the first time my uncle got an iPad so we can see my and and my grandma after years.
A water lily picture taken at the local city park.
A male spider monkey checking out tourists on the boat tour of Las Isletas, Granada, Nicaragua
A leafography: I arranged these leaves on a rock by a brook, and set up the camera for a slow motion shot. The water appeared like a wind coming from the mouth of the leaf-made creature.
New Orleans Display Window in the Vieux Carre
Bluets in love
LEAFOGRAPHY: An arrangement of leaves next to a brook shot in a slow motion in Kettletown State Park, Connecticut.
Football Game 
No other countries other than the U.S. go crazy at football. Football makes the people cry, laugh, and unite with each other. To be an American means to be united with everyone else, a
A young Whale shark (Rhincodon types), about 7 meters long, cruises through clear tropical waters of the Caribbean Sea. This species is listed as vulnerable by the IUCN and is the largest fish on the
frog in the bog during a walk with my husband
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
King of the backyard

King of the backyard

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Thunder Bay, Canada
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Date Taken: 07.2012
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