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This adult female named Yet is often mistaken for a sub-adult male. She's descending to the ground to drink water from a stream.
Fibonacci-looking tree braches from below, in the summertime
Spring came earlier in Spain than at home.
My friend Chip skiing at Colby College on a wall ride that we built
In a garden while on vacation in Puerto Rico.
A girl glances back on an empty street.
A girl waits to cross the street outside a bar.
Congress Hall in Philadelphia, PA
"Warm" and "cool" stained glass in Barcelona's La sagrada familia in the early spring.
Leaving a carnival one night.
A petting zoo at a traveling carnival.
Tarantula my son and I saw.
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Our Driver and a tourist admiring the grasslands of the Everglades. A breezy day filled with egrets, turtles, and crocodiles, of course. The Shark Valley Tram tour, as hard to imagine as it is, is an
Altered image of some flowers with added text.
Reform Immigration for America movement in Washington D.C. earlier in 2010. Students that call the United States their home and want to stay and study, though their families are separated and sent bac
Making our way up to the Shark Valley Observation Tower at the end of the tram tour. A grand view of the grasslands below and the blue sky above. A real concrete jungle within a natural jungle.
The Tulip Field
A sizzling summer day at the Jersey Shore
Poodle In A Cloud
Children play in a fountain on the Brisbane esplanade.
Mesmerized guests stare in awe at the finale of Wishes at Walt Disney World Resort. A fantastic ending to a magical day out of the ordinary for thousands daily.
Pelican into the Night
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Tarantula my son and I saw.

Tarantula my son and I saw.

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Date Taken: 08.2010
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 11, 2011, 7:54 p.m.
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