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Man climbing in water rush
Run up Run Down
Back view, Sunflower
Bursts of Patriotism
Salmon corpse in Olympic National Park River
Angler on the banks of river Thames
A dock on the lake at Mayberry State Park in Autumn
The high winds destroyed most of the petals but this flower keeps still its head high. A lesson in resilience, learned from our forefathers, the pioneers, the homesteaders of the Prairie.
Prayer to those who west close to God and begging for those whom he / she left on the earth.
black bear pulls a salmon from a creek in Valdez, Alaska
The pottery house.their burning their potter.they are work together generation by generation.
The camouflage that Weedy seadragons use to hide in the marine vegetation they derive their name from, is so successful that once they reach adulthood they have no natural predators. Unfortunately the
White iris flowers discovered around the corner from my home
Fireworks
KINGS SAD LOOK . . . . .    
A king behind bars, a prisoner without a crime, a prisoner who never stood a trial.
Two monkeys sitting on a bench in Arashiyama, near Kyoto, Japan
A woman walking under the red torii of the Fushimi Inari shrine in Kyoto, Japan
Milk-weed escape
A child learns the traditional dances that are one of the main activities at most Caucasus weddings. Taken in the small mountain village of Kish in the north of Azerbaijan.
Fourth of July
the worker put a hard toil to prepare the pandel of the mother goddess Durga just before the best festival of Bengal
A cat lounging in the street in the morning with a boy passing by in Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia
Feast of Black Nazareno
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
The camouflage that Weedy seadragons use to hide in the marine vegetation they derive their name from, is so successful that once they reach adulthood they have no natural predators. Unfortunately the

The camouflage that Weedy seadragons use to hide in the marine vegetation they derive their name from, is so successful that once they reach adulthood they have no natural predators. Unfortunately they are still at risk due to habitat destruction.

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© Richard Wylie.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 11.2012
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 30, 2012, 3:05 a.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS Kiss X4
Focal Length: 12mm
Shutter Speed: 1/160
Aperture: f14
ISO: ISO100
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