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A model of a human skull resting on a counter top. I took this photo while studying for my human anatomy lab practical.
Zuni Corn Dancer
Looking over a tiger at the tiger habitat in Busch Gardens, Tampa, Florida
A conversation with Vinnie. Vinnie is a friend. All the portraits I take are about the conversation. Subjects include life, death, art, spirituality and love, in short, the human experience.
Sinking gold over Lake Michigan
A glimpse through the Lower Falls in Yellowstone.
Sola - sunset on the beach of Limon 2
Sol por las montaas in rural Honduras
Heavy rainfall created an 80 foot deep canyon in a Texas suburb.
The leading edge of a derecho looms over the Outer Banks of North Carolina.
An old man take rest on the bank of a river
The extensive variety of rocks at Santa Teresa, Costa Rica is the product of millions of years of subduction of the Coscos oceanic plate beneath the Carribbean plate.
Fuerza de la naturaleza - waves crashing ashore in Limon 2.
A man sits near the funeral pyre of his relative at a Ghat) Bank of river Ganga in Varanasi ( Banaras) , India
A conversation with Pam. Pam is a Professor of Visual Communication. All the portraits I take are about the conversation. Subjects include life, death, art, spirituality and love, in short, the human
Tourists at Varanasi, INDIA
Levitation on Sundays
A man enjoys reading on a green grass
A conversation with Dave Kuhn. Dave is a friend and fellow artist. All the portraits I take are about the conversation. Usually about life, death, art, spirituality and love, in other words, the human
Cilderen have different world. They live in NOW and this is the secret of their happiness. Fight but forget.
Passengers in a Auto Riksha in a winter morning
Homeless man takes shelter by an elevator
Homeless man cradles his dog in Las Vegas
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
The extensive variety of rocks at Santa Teresa, Costa Rica is the product of millions of years of subduction of the Coscos oceanic plate beneath the Carribbean plate.

The extensive variety of rocks at Santa Teresa, Costa Rica is the product of millions of years of subduction of the Coscos oceanic plate beneath the Carribbean plate.

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Houston, Texas, United States of America
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© Summer Brown.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 07.2012
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 26, 2012, 8:09 a.m.
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