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See the stars reproduce more stars.
I woke up, looked out my window and saw a bright sun.
a boy trying to impress
Soaking up the sun and suddenly saw a crocodile doing the same thing.
a boy on a coconut tree
See the feelings of two lions marine
Flying in Portugal
Shot of Dubai at sunset. Shot from this spot to bring the round shape location in the middle which created a great shape to the image. The Burj Khalifa, world's tallest building stands amongst the bui
a goat on a boat
I waited and the look was mutual.
Footprints on a lonely beach
Mystery ghost of Jewel Basin near Glacier National Park
Town folk pulling a heavy fishing net to shore
traveling through different parts of the sun cities in Arizona, I saw this beautiful heron, so graceful
a group of girls ready to meet the Asante king
This is the view above the bridge going to the other side of the city. Shot this after going home from work. Love the view and the colors from the buildings reflecting on waters.
Butterfly looks like it has multiple eyes
Shot taken at Fujairah, UAE. I climbed the rocks at nearby beach to take a glimpse of the morning sun but it was too cloudy that day. There are also other people on top of the rocks taking photographs
A girl dancing in honour of the Asante king
An excited boy enjoying a tribal ceremony
The sun sets on Fourth of July weekend at Morro Bay, California
An angry crab ready to defend it's hiding place
A mantis standing by the moonlight
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Mystery ghost of Jewel Basin near Glacier National Park

Mystery ghost of Jewel Basin near Glacier National Park

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South Bend, Indiana, United States of America
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© Rose Zielinski.
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Image Source: mobile
Date Taken: 07.2012
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Sept. 17, 2013, 11:18 a.m.
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Camera Model: SCH-I405
Focal Length: 3.5mm
Shutter Speed: 1/1639
Aperture: f2.6
ISO: ISO50
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