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Love Birds on the best day of their new lives.
After a heavy rain, this flower was the only one left on my hibiscus plant.
we were on our way to Florida to drop our daughter off at a christian college
This picture of Lake Geneva was taken in mid August of 2012 some time in the afternoon from a trail that snakes around the lake. I was visiting family, and they wanted me to see everything that made W
Cambodia
Angkor Wat
Siem Reap, Cambodia
People in floating villages in Cambodia
People living on floating villages in Cambodia
Laotians on a boat on River Mekong
Buddhist monks playing on the banks of River Mekong
Noisy Miners are native Australian birds and are home to the parks of Melbourne. Shot in Albert Park one Spring morning, I like the fact these birds spark the turn of seasons from grey to green. They
Close up of a Barking Owl taken at Healsville Sanctuary
A lady Silverback gorilla lounging in hammock and enjoying the sun at Zoo Atlanta on a winter's day
'There Must Be Clowns' -Clowns on their way to the Groundhog Day Jugglers Festival, Atlanta, Georgia
After a summre storn, I looked out my front door and looked to the sky and land, and saw dark clouds and a double rainbow behind the dark clouds.
Which is the flower?  My little dog and the birthday flowers looked so much alike it was so funny..
A portrait of my friend Brittania for my studio photography class.
An image of my beautiful sister taken at Thanksgiving for a portrait photography class.
A close up of some golden reeds on a river bank.
At a sight where Penn State recycles the water by spraying it into the woods. This is a close up of a frozen section of trees.
Dead leaves that are still holding on to that tree!
Some leaves that caught my eye outside of a building while walking to class.
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Noisy Miners are native Australian birds and are home to the parks of Melbourne. Shot in Albert Park one Spring morning, I like the fact these birds spark the turn of seasons from grey to green. They

Noisy Miners are native Australian birds and are home to the parks of Melbourne. Shot in Albert Park one Spring morning, I like the fact these birds spark the turn of seasons from grey to green. They are quiet vocal about their joy.

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Melbourne, Australia
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© Vasudevan Srinivasan.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 10.2011
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Date Uploaded: Feb. 14, 2013, 5:56 a.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS REBEL T2i
Focal Length: 500mm
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ISO: ISO100
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