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When the sun getting down...
Siesta
An imagined view of space made from clouds.
Lost in humid Venice, photographing the foggy intricate canals of the city.
We stayed a couple of nights in a guest house-gallery on the French Quarter. The balcony had this typical iron patterns. And I saw one of those cars pulled by a horse where tourists go around, so I de
Ratko is looking for a place in the world.
Fisherman from Inle lake with his first catch in the morning.
Wind turbine blades along the way to Pietramontecorvino in Apulia.
Fall leaves
Central Asian Gypsy girl holding an item containing isiriq, wild -rye (harmala)to make money in the traffic.
Walking through the forest on a cool winter day.
Marsh Crocodile captured an adult Spoonbill
Walking through the forest on a cool winter day.
Lake Urmia

Lake Urmia started to dry up 18 years ago, due to climate change and dam constructions; it has already lost over 90% of its water.
A remnant lake in the midst of a drying salt lake.
Not guilty but captive - life in zoo
Lost in humid Venice, photographing a gondolier passing slowly along the foggy green-watered canals of the city.
Cloud Factory
Unexpected founding.
Hiker below impressing scenery of Seljalandsfoss, Iceland
Lower Manhattan skyline
We were in Miami Beach when I saw this Packard Motor Car. What can be more American than a beautiful car from Detroit? And the way the blue sky reflected on it was fantastic, so I just had to find an
Black-eyed susans in a flower garden.
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Marsh Crocodile captured an adult Spoonbill

Marsh Crocodile captured an adult Spoonbill

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 03.2013
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Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 29, 2013, 4:55 a.m.
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Camera Model: NIKON D7000
Focal Length: 270mm
Shutter Speed: 1/250
Aperture: f5.6
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