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Into the burning barrel. This photo was taken while laying on the ground looking into a burned out whole in my burning barrel.
Where the past meets the present: Barefoot in the Park's Jane Fonda and Robert Redford romping around Washington Square Park.
Creeping through the bushes looking back in time. This photo was taken near the Oneida Nation Veterans Memorial near Green Bay, WI.
An Autumn night wrapped in mystery. This photo was taken around 9pm on a Monday night. I was experimenting with night time photography.
The beautiful votive candles of Saint Patrick's Cathedral.
Taking a stroll in New York City,I passed through Grand Central Station.
A boat carrying a group of local people passing through the Lake Chilka, Orissa, India near an age-old construction within the lake, named "Breakfast Island".
My daughter, Stephanie, having a Marilyn moment at the Top of the Rock in New York City.
Ricky the cat was nearly mauled by a coyote, but now with recovering tail looks out, lives and continues to dream!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I'm a cloud collector and this is one ofmy favorites. It's a passing storm cloud that I captured from my parents front yard.
An outward glimpse of an inward struggle.
Lake Titicaca
Photogram
Black Island at Lovers Key state park. Local legend hints that Black Island got its name from a Pirate by the name of Black Augustus who had been captured by authorities and later escaped, making this
Day at the pool
Wolverine vs. Buzz Lightyear
On the Pastel Side of Town
Spending time with sister
Heads are rolling
A traveler exploring through the beautiful valley of
Sonemarg, Jammu & Kashmir, India.
A curious Greek man.
Polar Bear cooling off
Peaceful Polar Bear
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Lake Titicaca

Lake Titicaca

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 01.2008
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 1, 2010, 1:53 p.m.
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