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Walking along a path at Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge in Rhode Island.
Man versus Nature
WEEKI WACHEE MERMAIDS OF FLORIDA PERFORMING WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM SOME LOCAL SPRING RESIDENTS BETTER KNOWN AS RED EAR SLIDER TURTLES.
THEY WERE NOT PART OF THE SHOW BUT THEY MADE A POINT OF NOT GOI
Kayaking in the Snow - A woman glides across the water of Lake Springfield, Missouri during a gentle winter snowfall.
I was fascinated by the way the high waters of Hurricane Irene changed the landscape - the whorls and ponds and puddles left by fast water; new debris replacing old familiar landmarks...
twilight in shanty town, windhoek, namibia
Hippo Yawn
Village kiddies
The fisherman
Maasai Toddler
Wine tasting at Halter Ranch Winery near Paso Robles, CA
Peony Bloom in June
Green Sea Turtle cruising in the surge zone.
Enter within the ancient palace walls
Wind blown sand
Maasai Youth standing guard
children fiji island
Maasai woman in Amboseli National Park, Kenya
Red-line train - the T - Boston
Driving along interstate four near Haines City I observed 2 air balloons floating in sky.  I grabbed my work camera, an inexpensive HP digital pocket work camera and shot the image.  When I later view
Sitting across the Potomac river in Washington, D.C., a couple is enjoying the 4th of July's fireworks.
Path of light on the Pacific.
Goodbye Song in Tumu Tumu

This photo was taken as we left the Greenbelt cooperative in the Kikuyu village of Tumu Tumu, Kenya.  It was hard to take because I was crying at having to leave these won
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Peony Bloom in June

Peony Bloom in June

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 06.2011
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 3, 2011, 3:44 p.m.
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Camera Model: Canon PowerShot SX130 IS
Focal Length: 11.3mm
Shutter Speed: 1/80
Aperture: f4
ISO: ISO160
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