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Foggy morning view
Bird on the Hudson on the way to the Statute of Liberty
Pausing for a sweet sip
Tulips on the mantel with painting of the hills around us.
This little cub was one of 2 relaxing with their mother in Ngorongoro Crater.  He was either winking at me - or had something in his eye.
Along a hiking trail in Yosemite National Park
a manatee calf in crystal river, fl rises for a breath or air while his mother forages below while a diver is capturing video.
Close up of a horned owl looking relaxed.
Walking streets of Vienna.
Quelccaya Ice Cap in Peru.  Pretty soon we will need a hand lens to see it as it continues to shrink at an alarming rate.
Walking through the rural part of Livingstone, Africa, to deliver necessary healthcare to its inhabitants, this woman walked ahead of me for a considerable distance, no doubt, running her daily errand
Passing through rice fields
Teton Sunrise at Oxbow Bend
Closing out the day in the country
Reese Country Store - D.B. Cooper's Hideout? Yale, Washington
This child was enamored by the sound of my camera and the color of my skin. Along with her baby sister, she was carrying a 3-gallon jerry can of water (not seen in the photo)-- but she didn't seemed p
Sight seeing in D.C.
Indian Cemetary, Scottsdale, Arizona, Feb 2012
Backyard Iris
woman and child in Rwanda
Train through the mountains
A newborn calf, shy of the world.  Taken with Fujifilm X100
A beautiful Orange Hawkweed, sometimes called the Devil's Paint Brush.
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Passing through rice fields

Passing through rice fields

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 12.2011
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 28, 2012, 5:10 p.m.
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Focal Length: 18mm
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