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The sky view while I was sitting on the Fernandina Beach late afternoon in August, 2011.
Crossing the Rhine River via Ferry looking towards Ehrenfels Castle and the Mouse Tower
Resting farmer in rural India
Old Faithful in Yellowstone Park wasn't due to erupt for another half-hour, but these women [Mennonite?] lined up on a boardwalk to watch and wait.
Just before the storm
Church in the city of Campeche in Mexico
Hostess at a resturant in Melbourne. She gave us free drinks and the food was excellent.
Children of Phnom Penh - waving and smiling
Natural Pool, Stella Maris, Long Island.  This is actually a small whole in the rock around 5 ft.  Wish I could also send you another pic where my wife climbed up to the whole! It's a beautiful illusi
a beautiful sunset at a village near sundarban
A typical colorful bull in rural India
New York City In The Rain
Stavanger City Bridge (Norwegian: Stavanger bybru) is a cable-stayed bridge with one tower that crosses Strmsteinsundet from the centre of Stavanger, Norway to Grasholmen and Slyst in the borough Hund
Enjoying the Ruins of Castle Ehrenfels on the Rhine River
Driving along Lake Kensico on a sunny and beautiful fall day
On a boat back to Manhattan!
Tension
Taking to the Streets in Protest
Abuse
More than skin deep
This picture was taken on a frosty, cold morning at Pigeon Lake, Alberta.  The frost was incredible on this railing over looking the lake!
Hicking Grandfather Mountain in North Carolina with my wife and frienda
The oldest cathedral in the new world
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
New York City In The Rain

New York City In The Rain

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© Peter Vogt.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 04.2009
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 3, 2011, 4:11 p.m.
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Camera Model: NIKON D300
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