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Bass Guitarist at Reston Town Center Concert
Night view of fountains on the Bund in Shanghai,China
A man makes a phone call near political street art of President Obama as Superman in the Lower East Side of Manhattan.
Loading the Buraq in Stonetown, Zanzibar
Only one fishing boat remains in port, as dawn approaches.
Farming In The Past
Huayna Picchu breaks the cloud cover over Machu Picchu.
She's a sweet Angel.
This image is a combination of the royal gates at 'Iolani Palace and a beautiful sunset on Sunset Beach, Oahu, Hawaii.
Sunset on the Blue Ridge Parkway
Joey thought he'd attack Kristie with his crab legs.
Red Tail Hawk leaves his hunting perch with disdain for the interloper.
Laughing sister. The joy of the early years.
Chang La, third highest motorable road in the world.
I call this one "Souk Napper." It was hot and just after lunchtime when I passed this souk. I thought about buying some of the beautiful fabric but I didn't want to wake the souk napper.
Pond at my Grandmother's old house.
Mushroom in the Pacific Coast forest at Fort Clatsop
My girlfriend and I got there a little too late to see the sun set but the sky was still beautiful.
Between all those homes is the busiest marketplace I have ever set foot in. Row after row of small shops selling everything!
Lucy relaxing at Fort Worden State Park
Just before the sunset within the old city walls.
Solo stalk shines in the sunset.
Magnolia bloom
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Red Tail Hawk leaves his hunting perch with disdain for the interloper.

Red Tail Hawk leaves his hunting perch with disdain for the interloper.

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© James Keefe.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 10.2010
Total Views: 15
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 29, 2010, 9:08 p.m.
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Camera Model: NIKON D300
Focal Length: 200mm
Shutter Speed: 1/400
Aperture: f3.5
ISO: ISO200
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