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couple of kids jumping off a dock in the warm island waters
Ginza, Tokyo,Japan - a man on a city bus with a Gap store behind
New hiking partner....
Wind turbine farm located in Austin, Minnesota.
Hanging Lake, Glenwood Canyon, Colorado
At the Brevard County Zoo with my best friend. This llama seems to be telling me that she is ready for her close up!
Male weedy seadragon with eggs, this time moving from the brilliant sunshine to the darker environment under the pier. Having no natural predators weedy seadragons are predominantly threatened by huma
Ginza, Tokyo, shoppers at night in alley between the Hermes store (left) and the Sony Building
Visiting the Brevard County Zoo with my best friend from high school.
Poetry of Sunset in the Land of an Endangered Tribe: The picture was shot during the study of a disappearing tribe (http://thehumanape.org).The mountains resembles lotus petals, the sun looks like a f
Just another day in NYC as a couple of drag queens are happy to spread a smile
Male weedy seadragon with eggs. The male of the species incubate the eggs after the female passes them to him when fertilisation has been completed. The eggs are carried underneath the male's tail unt
University of California Sunset-Santa Barbara
cemetery walk with my wife
cemetery walk with my wife
White Sands in Winder, photographed at White Sands National Monument
shoot the eclipse of the moon
I took this while taking out school kids snorkelling to experience swimming with Australian Fur Seals (Arctocephalus pusillus). Their incredible agility and clear sense of playfulness make them one of
Wonderful city reflection
driving through the cemetery
The Ocmulgee River
Drama of Wilderness, photographed in Colorado
shooting my wife
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Male weedy seadragon with eggs. The male of the species incubate the eggs after the female passes them to him when fertilisation has been completed. The eggs are carried underneath the male's tail unt

Male weedy seadragon with eggs. The male of the species incubate the eggs after the female passes them to him when fertilisation has been completed. The eggs are carried underneath the male's tail until they hatch a number of weeks afterwards.

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Safety Beach, Australia
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© Richard Wylie.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 10.2011
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Dec. 1, 2011, 6:11 a.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS Kiss X4
Focal Length: 17mm
Shutter Speed: 1/200
Aperture: f5.6
ISO: ISO100
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