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Reflections of palm trees against the afterglow of the days sunset shot in Bayport Florida
Afro-Colombian woman from Cartagena de Indias.
I love the local buses in American Samoa. Each one is unique in style and decoration. They have names and themes. In a way, I want to keep them a secret so someone doesn't help them have standard buse
Reflections of palm trees against the afterglow of the days sunset shot in Bayport Florida
Went to Perkins Cove in Maine and caught the moon on the rise.
POWERLESS MELTDOWN
The German Brothers "rap stars" of the Colorado Renaissance Festival entertaining the crowd.
Sunset over the Gulf of Mexico shot from Bayport Florida
Doing a fun photoshoot with my younger cousins.
Upstairs musicians in the bullring.
Damaris goes for a walk on a sunny Sunday.
The edge of the water.
Had my younger sister do a photoshoot for me.
She dance alone: Al girl dance with her videogame console on a Campus Party. One of the most big technology events in the world.
At a family friend's football game.
Colonial Holiday in Fort Stanwix
Baby humming bird nest found along goosecreek while fishing with a friend.
First Snow.
Lightning over the Gulf of Mexico shot from Aripeka Florida
Ducks at dusk in Old Forge NY
Many wishes here--probably for peace. The razor wire and fence are at the DMZ between North and South Korea. Such beautiful wishes against such a background . . .
At a family summer party, taking pictures of my cute cousins.
Blue footed boobie with a devilish look.
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
The edge of the water.

The edge of the water.

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Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States of America
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© Jaclynn Greeman.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 08.2012
Total Views: 15
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 25, 2012, 4:33 p.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS REBEL T2i
Focal Length: 400mm
Shutter Speed: 1/1
Aperture: f32
ISO: ISO200
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