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Mountainous mushroom
Statue Lion
Antelope canyon as the sunrays overhead shine into the canyon.
Man watches his flowers
Tourism
"Spring Mist" Foggy morning on a Alabama gravel road in the spring.
Celebrating marriage in a public place
Bird on a branch
A building and obelisk from the colonial days of Bonaire in the southern Caribbean. The obelisk showed cargo ships where to anchor to pick up salt from the evaporation ponds worked by slave labor.
Typical windows and doors you'll find around Charleston South Carolina.
Waiting for all the families and their Polaris High School graduates so the commencement ceremony can commence!
"Roots" Mize Mills Falls located in the Bankhead National Forest.
A child looks out the door of his house, looking for something
The entrance to Boone Hall Plantation is filled with live oak trees with Spanish moss. A true piece of Southern charm.
A particular viewpoint
Low tide at Poet's Cove in the dusk before the sun rise.
"The Bridge To Nowhere" Located on the Tenn-Tom Waterway near Aberdeen, Mississippi.
A curious lizard looking for something in the bottle
The bike this girl is riding is the only bicycle in her Amazon river village.  The fact that there are no tires on the bike's wheels doesn't seem to bother  the kids in the village at all.
Small houses
A rusting water tower covered with modern communications equipment
Two ants crawling along the petals of a bright pink flower.
A wave breaks on the north coast of the island of Aruba
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
"Roots" Mize Mills Falls located in the Bankhead National Forest.

"Roots" Mize Mills Falls located in the Bankhead National Forest.

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Sulligent, Alabama, United States of America
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 12.2011
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 27, 2012, 4:03 p.m.
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