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A man walking by the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography.
My daughter and I holding hands with Obama print material under our hands. We are about to canvas in Las Vegas for his election.
The Giant Sequoia. Uniquely American!
I am from China, and I went to Africa with my American husband to have an adventure before our first child. So we loved seeing children-this girl lived on a spice farm we visited on Zanzibar
Despite the rust and age, this classic truck still has some miles left on it.
Sunrise: celebration to the hard working farmers... I see simplicity, a cross and love in the heart shaped leaves
Inverted image of insect to enhance view of it's wings and exoskeleton.
An old woman walking on the street in Cartagena, Colombia
Enjoying the Sunrise in Yosemite Valley
Even night time cannot dim the colors of the American flag.
Water spiders, one kind of water insects that can walk of water, in a pond in a Bengal village.
The Australasian Gannet (Morus serrator) colony on Popes Eye Marine reserve is one of the only known human made structure that hosts yearly breeding birds. I took this photo while freediving and was l
I am from China, and I went to Africa with my American husband to have an adventure before our first child. So we loved seeing children-this girl lived on a spice farm we visited on Zanzibar, and she
A peacock hisses and shakes its colorful tail feathers a few feet from this fearless photographer.
The Lineup at Sunrise
Walking around the beach with my friends on a hot summer day.
Moments spent on the mountains are special and in that some moments are extremely magical and poetic, like this golden sunset on Mt. Pandim with a mesmerizing backdrop of the rising moon.
Deep Inside William G.Mather
Big Waves At Sunset
My daughter dressed with a Indian head scarf
patch of trees with the californian sierra nevada in the background,on the way to yosemite valley,fall 2009.
A classic Chevrolet Bel Air sits out in a lonely field.
Reflection of mother and daughter outside the church
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
The Australasian Gannet (Morus serrator) colony on Popes Eye Marine reserve is one of the only known human made structure that hosts yearly breeding birds. I took this photo while freediving and was l

The Australasian Gannet (Morus serrator) colony on Popes Eye Marine reserve is one of the only known human made structure that hosts yearly breeding birds. I took this photo while freediving and was lucky to capture the ducking of its head underwater

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Safety Beach, Australia
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© Richard Wylie.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 02.2012
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Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 30, 2012, 2:34 a.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS Kiss X4
Focal Length: 12mm
Shutter Speed: 1/200
Aperture: f11
ISO: ISO100
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