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Sign in Chinatown, Washington D.C.
New born street puppies getting to know each other.
A Tibetan nomad who was living alone since injuring his hand, in his smoke-filled tent, rural Tibet
Cougars in the Carolinas
glass lips
This photograph was taken the day after the tornado touched down in Joplin, Missouri.  The crucifix stands on a hillside overlooking the city, and it was one of few structures left standing.
Phnom Penh's Central Market.
Phnom Penh's Central Market was built in 1937 when Cambodia was still under French colonial rule. The vast central dome, painted yellow, has been an icon of the capital c
Second floor hallway in the Crow Collection of Asian Art.
quited afternoon in the temple
Watching Cape Buffalo in a water hole wondering if they're making love or war
Snowy trees in Ephraim Canyon.
The Ash Pit on Mt. Kilimanjaro. Very few people who summit ever see it because it's reachable only by the most difficult Western Breach route. You can smell sulfur because the volcano is dormant, not
Riding a boat to Paracas national park and wildlife reserve
Foggy trees grouped together against the cold
Walking aimlessly through Venice as the sun was rising, sipping on my espresso, as I walked across this bridge and saw the perfect shot.
View of the 9th century city in Morocco from a Riad
playing dress up with my daughter
kiss
On a clear crisp night in London, the lights from Big Ben were overpowering as the clock struck midnight. This photograph is of my amazement at the majestic feeling and the change of lights from night
Dog tags on the Memorial wall at Old North Church in Boston, MA
daughter on beach overlooking Ireland's Eye
Faith sees no race, no religion and no color. It just reciprocate.
Auburn's Spring Game.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
The Ash Pit on Mt. Kilimanjaro. Very few people who summit ever see it because it's reachable only by the most difficult Western Breach route. You can smell sulfur because the volcano is dormant, not

The Ash Pit on Mt. Kilimanjaro. Very few people who summit ever see it because it's reachable only by the most difficult Western Breach route. You can smell sulfur because the volcano is dormant, not dead.

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© Christina Rozek.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 07.2011
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Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 30, 2011, 10:24 p.m.
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Camera Model: NIKON D300
Focal Length: 18mm
Shutter Speed: 1/500
Aperture: f11
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