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Backing track in Atlantic forest
Backing track in Atlantic forest
Holiday Travel in Ilha Bela, beach Pereque
Meeting of Easter in the family farm
Riding on the boat while on holiday in the channel Paranagua
Riding on the boat during the holidays
Holidays Cananeia, city of the south coast of So Paulo - Brazil. Sandbank in the sea channel, which serves as a resting area for birds.
Walking in the Zoo in So Paulo
Much of India's beauty comes from the heart of her people.
Meeting a young boy on the railroad tracks in Mumbai, India
Northeastern University's T-stop on a rainy day
Lethal Beauty-this is Puffer Fish(second most poisonous vertebrate in the world) who die everyday in large number due to entangling in the fishing nets in Chilika Lake (India). Commonly called "Tapo"
Bearded Iris
Dogwood Blossom
Diving off the Coast of San Padro !
A Christmas visit to my hometown.
Dead leaves in the Millennium Park
Birch Tree behind our house at noon.
In Grandpa's Arms
Driving through the Bad Lands Natural Park.
giggling Guatemalan children
Early California Spring in the Garden
The light at the end of the tunnel
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Lethal Beauty-this is Puffer Fish(second most poisonous vertebrate in the world) who die everyday in large number due to entangling in the fishing nets in Chilika Lake (India). Commonly called "Tapo"

Lethal Beauty-this is Puffer Fish(second most poisonous vertebrate in the world) who die everyday in large number due to entangling in the fishing nets in Chilika Lake (India). Commonly called "Tapo" in local dialect,are important ecological species.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 03.2010
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Date Uploaded: April 9, 2010, 1:18 a.m.
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