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Tiny delicate fungal fruiting bodies that were growing in a cleft in the bark of a tree were spotlit by sun light when the picture was taken.
Strolling in Villa Borghese
Walking to the beach at Caladesi Island
first snow of 2009 out my back door. View was amazing. KonicaMinolta Z1
Red rocks of Sedona
First snow of 2009 was deep and unexpected. Just a shot out my back door of my deck. Nature making my back yard perfect. KonicaMinolta Z1
This flower is called a Black Eyed Susan.  There were literally thousands of these near the roadside. What an ugly name for such an attractive flower.
First snow of the 2009 year was unexpected.  Did not get my deck table put away(same thing may happen this year)My back yard.  Pic taken with older KonicaMinolta Z1 digital camera.
Sadhus in Varanasi
The wind picked up the underside of these normally green lily pads to expose their red belly.
Walking the dog
Staring Contest with a Galapagos Pelican
Forest at Lazy 5 Ranch Petting Zoo
Flight is one of America's greatest contributions to the world.   This gleaming cowling shows the gleaming promise of the golden age in the 40's and 50's and is featured at the Udvar-Hazy branch of th
Migrating monarchs
Trinket sellers at their stall waiting for customers
Path covered in snow
Thought it would be interesting to get the perspective of being inside a jack-o-lantern. So I carved a 'lens hole' and this is what I got in return.
Having spent two years living in Holland I look forward to daffodils 
as the harbinger of spring.  They are just SO optimistic.
Dragonfly on lilies
Sunday morning breakfast
Band players dressing up before performance.
Contender.   It was a freezing day so the surface had frozen enough they couldn't land.   But this one just kept trying.  And everytime he'd come in for a landing, he'd skid and stumble.   It was deli
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Staring Contest with a Galapagos Pelican

Staring Contest with a Galapagos Pelican

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© Lisa Perrin.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 08.2010
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 28, 2010, 10:24 a.m.
Camera Make:
Camera Model: NIKON D90
Focal Length: 280mm
Shutter Speed: 1/2000
Aperture: f5.6
ISO: ISO200
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