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St Patrick's Church during a NYC late afternoon.
Roasted Pigs of Flushing, Queens.
Friendly Cats of Chinatown NYC
CICADA EXOSKELETON Clinging On
Parrot Carpet and Sunset on Sunset Beach
Sunset Beach Walk.
The brilliance of the Holy Land as seen from the amphitheater of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
The Corpus Christi Harbor Bridge at night with the new LED programable lights.
Владивосток. Бухта Тихая
Fungus: A GROUP OF FUNGUS, LIKE HURRY NUNS AFTER CHURCH, SPEEDILY GERMINATES AFTER A RAINY DAY ON HUMID SPACES.
I am very lucky to get to view Pikes Peak every morning on the way to dropping my little one off at school. I don't need the weatherman, I can always see what is coming!
Texas Bluebonnets - Washington County
humming bird hawk moth
Dance of the jellyfish.
resting moth
Passion flowers and Bougainvillea on the barbecue roof.
Cape Daisies in my Spanish garden
I took this picture while walking around my backyard. This is of my Pear tree.
Street vendor, it is easy to find at every corner of Old Quarter in H Nội capital, Việt Nam. It is the place where you can buy sim card, hot tea, cold drinks and others in cheap price.
Love? Not for kid!
Go to the sea! This couple were taking salt water from the sea to the seafood market for selling.
Hot and delicious breakfast with noodle and fish soup,a very common and cheap food for all people.
A grandma was very happy to have 2 rice mice for her grandson. Those will be a delicious meal for him.
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Texas Bluebonnets - Washington County

Texas Bluebonnets - Washington County

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Tomball, Texas, United States of America
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© Randy Jones.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 03.2012
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: March 15, 2012, 8:55 a.m.
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Camera Model: VLUU SH100, SAMSUNG SH100
Focal Length: 4.9mm
Shutter Speed: 1/125
Aperture: f9.4
ISO: ISO80
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