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Boys jumping from dug-out canoe in South East Asia.
Broken Dreams
Boardwalk, Coney Island, New York
Old sign at The Boneyard, Las Vegas, Nevada
Antique circus wagon - Great Circus Parade, 2009
Antique circus wagon - Great Circus Parade 2009
Carousel at Great Circus Parade
Morning flight
Man in the dark
The tallest brickk lighthouse in the U.S.
Solanacea - buds still clenched tight in early morning of a day that promises to be very hot.
Lantana in the star burst formation as the buds begin to open.
Erodium texanum - beside a rotting railroad tie, the little geranium appears to be zooming
American's utilize these powerful yet humble machines as a way of life.
Echinacea - caught in the right light to give it the neon glow, despite the fact that it was beginning to fade
Landscape of African-American cemetry
Force of sunshine translated into flowers (cosmos I think), Duke Gardens.
Cooling off on a hot August day.
A childs grave in a African-American cemetery.
Arkansas Daisy in a point,counter point arrangement; What appears to be the main stem falls a little short.
Beautiful leaves with the sun shining down on them.
Trees and shrubs overwhelm a finger of Arbuckle Lake after days of rain.
Glass mall windows, overlooking the River Walk in San Antonio, glitter with holiday lights.
7th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Lantana in the star burst formation as the buds begin to open.

Lantana in the star burst formation as the buds begin to open.

TAGS: Buds, Lantana, Texas, United States

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Bedford, Texas, United States of America
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© Kathleen Listman.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 04.2009
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Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Oct. 12, 2009, 1:31 p.m.
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Camera Model: E8700
Focal Length: 18.8mm
Shutter Speed: 1/26
Aperture: f3.3
ISO: ISO50
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