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Sunrise in the Badlands
Elephants in Uganda
Until the coming of the railroad and the cattle industry the only large animals to graze these semi-arid grasslands areas were once pronghorn antelope.
Walking through the gate at Dachau. I came here after my husband returned from deployment. I found significance in this iron gate.
Sunset on the Oregon coast.
Old box car used for chandlery storage in Seward, Alaska reads "Alaska Railroad, McKinley National Park Route", which harkens back to the days before the park was renamed to the more appropriate Denal
Pastel Sundown Ushers In The City Lights
Sunrise over the Badlands
Deserted Fraser Park in Weippe, ID.
Serenity.
Gulls over the Santa Barbara Channel
Known as the largest geothermal area, Yellowstone offers a great perspective on the evolution of our planet and its life forms. Terrace formations from calcium carbonate deposition and dead trees were
A young Niahang sikh warrior
Sunrise in the Badlands.
Moscow morning
A quiet street aglow in Siena, Italy decorated with flags of the "Oca" (goose) contrada in honor of the city's second annual Palio horse races.
Moscow sunrise
Birth. Erosion uncovers alien-like creatures of stone in the badlands in New Mexico
On the beach in Sandpoint, ID.
The streets in the Croatian island of Ciovo at night.
While in Berlin with my husband,  we visited the Holocaust Museum that was located in a park in the middle of the city.
Fountain at Bryan Park
The Journey. Right after a storm came over the badlands in New Mexico, the cloud formation seems to bring the rocks to life and take them along...
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Known as the largest geothermal area, Yellowstone offers a great perspective on the evolution of our planet and its life forms. Terrace formations from calcium carbonate deposition and dead trees were

Known as the largest geothermal area, Yellowstone offers a great perspective on the evolution of our planet and its life forms. Terrace formations from calcium carbonate deposition and dead trees were a reminder of constantly changing enviroments.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 07.2010
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Date Uploaded: Dec. 1, 2011, 3:23 a.m.
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Focal Length: 48mm
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PHOTO LOCATION Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, United States of America