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Travel along the Irrawaddy , beautiful bride of Burmese History
Dancing in the rain...
A fresh perspective on a day to day situation
A modern day homage to Henri Cartier-Bresson's Parisian Puddle-Hopper
The Trap(bamboo basket) to catch the eel
Hands coloring been cut of Imam Abbas, imitations of the mausolems of Karbala
In Persian cultural reference it is a kind of Condolence Theater inspired by historical and religious events, symbolize e
A curious young boy peeking through the crack of a door...
Kids at fountain in downtown Boston in summer
Taken at the Incheon Airport in Seoul. Loved the hour glass shape and the running person as a way of expressing how time is running out
Fishing Village by Irrawaddy
Coconut tree trunk and bamboo bridge to cross a stream
Milkweed Seed In Flight
In Persian cultural reference it is a kind of Condolence Theater inspired by historical and religious events, symbolize epic spirit and resistance.
In reference to Iranian Shiism it is a kind of Pass
Series Shots Of Man Carrying Cross
Urban lights in the middle of a deep winter
A beautiful dragonfly  on Shahpasand flower in our house garden in a sunny day.
mud volcano - the natural wealth that has not been utilized.
Swan Love In The Zoo
At the river in the Great Smokey Mountains, TN
mud volcano - the natural wealth that has not been utilized.
early morning dew settles on this enormous web making it highly visable
A man standing still in Bena village, Flores, Indonesia
While driving to NC, the Elk were out grazing
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Milkweed Seed In Flight

Milkweed Seed In Flight

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Carrollton, Kentucky, United States of America
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© Barbara States.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 11.2013
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 19, 2013, 5:19 a.m.
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Camera Model: COOLPIX P500
Focal Length: 17.7mm
Shutter Speed: 1/800
Aperture: f4.6
ISO: ISO160
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