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Dawn in the mist of Seattle.  Morning chases out the night from downtown Seattle leaving the sky blueing and the streets yellowing.
These muscians play forever on this clay pot from Mexico.
The fountain of the Arizona Grand Hotel at sunset.
Playful Sunlit Sparkling Waters
This young man worked the beach of Waikiki renting beach equipment.  For his entertainment he demonstrated his wares and talent.
Big boys and their toys.  These gentlemen call themselves the Tulip City Air Force and they have a RC plane fly in every summer.  There is every type of plane imagineable and some very amazing flying.
This young lady is set to compete in the youth division of The International Hoop Dance Championships held at the Heard Musuem in Phoenix, AZ. I liked the old world drumming and dancing with the new w
The Mesa Arts Center put on a Dia de los Muertos celebration in its courtyard and these unusual and frightening creatures were a part of the dance.
A thunderhead cloud gathered in the late afternoon heat of the Arizona desert and then whithered and toppled over as it spent it energy.
A storm gathers over Western Michigan and glows orange in the setting sun.
The seed pod of a Sadleria Fern which is growing in Volcanos National Mounument in Hawaii.
Precious rain and fog hang over the southern flank of the Superstition Mountains outside of Phoenix, AZ.
Sunrise across Lake Mojave.  Taken from the Arizona side of the lake with the sun reflecting off the El Dorado mountains which are on the Nevada side of the lake.
black and white , picture taken at revere beach in revere massachusetts.
Live at the show.  I was at the concert and snapped this picture of the amber light.
This veteran and the others here at Fort Lawton near Seattle keep eternal watch for us who remain.
Our green little friend.
The Innocent Look in Black and White
hiking through woods around old saw mill
bee and butterfly
The Praying Manits is a master of camouflage as shown on this tomato plant.  Most species will adapt their coloration to blend in with their surroundings.  This assists them in avoiding predators as w
butter fly garden
Giant Pumpkin, why they really grow so big.
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Precious rain and fog hang over the southern flank of the Superstition Mountains outside of Phoenix, AZ.

Precious rain and fog hang over the southern flank of the Superstition Mountains outside of Phoenix, AZ.

TAGS: Arizona, United States

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© Mark Anderson.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 02.2010
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PHOTO LOCATION Apache Junction, Arizona, United States of America