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Staring into the eyes of a praying mantis
On frequent visits to a historic cemetery there is always something found along the paths.  This is one of the gravestones dating before the civil war and is supporting an old rusted fence remnant pro
Enga Cultural Festival
On the Road to Chyangba.  Nepalese Child
Silhouette of a civil war soldier statue found in local cemetery, converted to b/w.
Like art in a museum, I am standing in front of a huge exhibited art piece or so it may seem. If painters can do it why can't photographers?  My dog is sleeping while I stand beside the framed art and
My dogs have always been an inspiration for my  photography. "Pawstils" (pistils/plants)are dog paws resembling the real thing in nature.  The reeds were photographed in our back yard alongside a pond
Went to visit my boyfriend in grenada.  We went for a romantic afternoon walk along the beach when we saw this perfect double rainbow.
Taken at a community festival, this little darling showed no fear and wanted to get a closeup look to inspect dogs available for adoption.
Innocence of child and puppy
Milkweed at summer's end.
Not knowing where the road would lead me I was pleasantly surprised where it dead ended at an oak avenue.  The path leads through the vibrant colors of dry grasses, green hues and touches of blue.  I
Awaiting it's prey.
Taken one afternoon at a local rookery when one of the three white heron chicks stood guard while its siblings slept.  Not the prettiest of babies but couldn't resist nonetheless.
Increasingly protected by law from removal, roadside memorials like this one for a young man slain in Gary, IN, are turning roadsides into poignant reminders of lives lost.
Found this abandoned spider web with glistening dew drops in our yard.  Went inside to grab the camera and made sure to focus on the webbing at an odd angle.
Father Carrying Sleeping Daughter near Tora Bora
Sitting on the beach at sunset.
The Archivist
Three Children Playing on a Rural Bus Stop Shelter
Remebrance of ones lost.
Iguana Lounging on Sea Cliff
Deep Inside a Back-Lit Azure Vase Spongr
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Not knowing where the road would lead me I was pleasantly surprised where it dead ended at an oak avenue. The path leads through the vibrant colors of dry grasses, green hues and touches of blue. I

Not knowing where the road would lead me I was pleasantly surprised where it dead ended at an oak avenue. The path leads through the vibrant colors of dry grasses, green hues and touches of blue. I call it the Rainbow Path.

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Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, United States of America
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© Gazie Nagle.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 06.2011
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 9, 2011, 7:48 p.m.
Camera Make: Panasonic
Camera Model: DMC-FZ20
Focal Length: 10.2mm
Shutter Speed: 1/100
Aperture: f5.2
ISO: ISO80
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