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Strong winds from the ocean used to make Black-faced Spoonbill unstable and have to change their landing place. So the conflict amongs them began to take a stable shelter, even sometimes they trample
Maxine visiting the house she grew up in (built circa 1925)
Collage of pictures in a swimming pool in Las Vegas
Last week walk in the local park.
Strange image obtained with a single click.
Kalbelia - the nomad at Puskar
winter landscape
Kalbelia - the nomad at Puskar
Workers are working in ship making yards. During work accidents are common in absent of safety measurements. Their daily income is maximum 200 tk a day. Dhaka, Bangladsh.
A street musician near Times Square in New York City and his slumbering friend.
Michigan's Harvest Moon
A very tired boxer after a long day filled with play and swimming.
The Carter Family
Traditional Music Concert in Tehran
Strong winds from the ocean used to make Black-faced Spoonbill unstable and have to change their landing place. So the conflict amongs them began to take a stable shelter, even sometimes they trample
Blue. Self and Cultural Identity
I am the last leaf this autumn - inspired me during last week walk at local park.
Superimposed photos of me as a child and my children now at our family holiday house, in Normandy, France
Birdhouse and sunset over Marsh Creek Lake at the end of a crisp, sunny spring day.
A small seaside town awaits the storm
peaceful geometries
A graceful old C-47 sitting in a field, watching the skies.
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Michigan's Harvest Moon

Michigan's Harvest Moon

TAGS: Michigan, United States

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Tipton, Michigan, United States of America
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© Melissa Berry.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 10.2013
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 27, 2013, 8:13 a.m.
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PHOTO LOCATION Tipton, Michigan, United States of America