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"Hole in One"
While exploring Bend Oregon we pulled into a rest area and the sun lite up the branches.
Flamingoes in Lake Nakuru, Kanya.
ENJOY FUN BALL AT KHAZIAR.INDIA.
Louisville Water Pumping Station Gatehouse built in 1879.
Looking up.  Milwaukee Museum of Art
A storm's on the way in the countryside
Fallen Sentinel
Nude
PARA RIDE AT GOA.INDIA
Winter Is Coming-While traveling the back roads in Montana I found this scene under an angry sky.  I turned around and by the time I got my camera set up the first snow flakes were falling.
The Issyk Kul Lake in Kyrghyzstan is the world's second largest high altitude lake after Titicaca in Bolivia.  185 KM long, 60 KM wide and 702 metres deep, the lake  is surrounded by the Tien Shan  (m
Leaves taking a last sunbath before falling.
Mated Pair of Eastern Collared Lizards (Crotaphytus collaris) Sunbathing
Black Lace Sunset Collage
Ice on Siesta Lake
A barn wall on the property where I live.
"Granite's Sunset" - Sunset from the top of Stone Mountain
Jules
Peeking out at Wells Cathedral.
US Flag
Highlights of New York City, The Big Apple
Sunrise on the Potomac River
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
The Issyk Kul Lake in Kyrghyzstan is the world's second largest high altitude lake after Titicaca in Bolivia. 185 KM long, 60 KM wide and 702 metres deep, the lake is surrounded by the Tien Shan (m

The Issyk Kul Lake in Kyrghyzstan is the world's second largest high altitude lake after Titicaca in Bolivia. 185 KM long, 60 KM wide and 702 metres deep, the lake is surrounded by the Tien Shan (meaning celestial in Chinese) Mountain Range.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 07.2011
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 30, 2011, 12:26 p.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS-1D Mark III
Focal Length: 65mm
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