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Sunset at Rockland Lake
The Julian Alps
Hippo charging in the Okavango Delta
Four dead Cow
Lower Falls
Essence of the City
Wood piled ready for the Pyres of Varanasi
Santa's cutest helper
Heron in the fall shallow waters
His home, not mine.
Newly planted orange trees in California desert
Power Wave
A Tuareg smile and the moon in the Sahara desert at sunset
Sunset at Rockland Lake
The Old Binion House
FROG AND PIG: A LOVE STORY
LAST OF THE SUMMER GARDEN
DANCE OF THE SENTRY PALMS
Fall Light
GOLDEN HOUR AT RED ROCK
DUSKY ROSE RED ROCK DUSK
Black Light party
Morning in the fall
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Power Wave

Water splashing against drift wood. I wrote a poem about this picture: Emotions can be forming, piling up on us until we explode. The relief of this explosion is tremendous and yet so soothing. Finally letting go of everything, feeling light and free like water, that has no emotion can be formed to anything, helps anything and everyone, and yet is pure and clear like no other. ~ AR Annahita

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Date Taken: 08.2014
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