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Teenagers in an attic
A jumping spider peeks out over the belly of molted remains of a cicada.
Fountain near the rose gardens
A wild pony searches the dunes of Assateague Island for shelter with only hours before a rainfall.
An Orb Weaver frantically separates portions of its web destroyed during strong winds.
A butterfly is momentarily silhouetted on a leaf before fluttering off again.
View of Minneapolis from a plane
Sunset casts shadows past a long forgotten tree on the beaches of Assateague Island.
My friend, Mac, at the skate park
A wild pony searches the dunes of Assateague Island for shelter with only hours before a rainfall.
Ducklings grace the shallow waters of a lake's edge at sunset.
Outskirts of my old city
Bleeding Hearts are back-lit with the light from a setting sun.
In the countryside in Missouri for a family reunion
My subjects consisted of a peacock feather and a purple flower behind a blue foam board. This process of capturing the water drops is very meticulous and took over 2hrs to get the lighting and focus j
People praying at the wiling wall at night
Memoirs of the Industrial Revolution are kept in a Mason Jar.
Condos on the edge of Florida
America can't be built bigger without bigger equipment.
This shot was made with a Nikon D3 camera which was mounted on a tripod in an inverted position looking down on a glass panel droplets applied to it. A cable release was used. The lens was a Nikon 70-
Kayaks kept lakeside await another days use.
Morning fog on the Neuse River
Campers eagerly await a moon-less night fall for the best star-gazing around.
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Outskirts of my old city

Outskirts of my old city

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Saint Cloud, Minnesota, United States of America
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 12.2012
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