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Maitreya Buddha or the future Buddha statue at Thiksey monastery in Ladakh, India.
Mountain Stream
MY UNCLE, IN HIS 97TH YEAR,  WHO WOULD NEVER HAVE BEEN WITHOUT A TIE;  ACTUALLY LET HIS GUARD DOWN FOR THIS RARE CANDID PHOTO OP.  HE IS DISCUSSING HIS AUTO BIOGRAPHY
A young novice monk rushing to lunch at the Thiksey Monastery in Ladakh, India.
Great white egret on Lake Houston
The road between Leh and Srinagar is one of the most treacherous in the world. About 60 miles west of Leh the road winds its way up a mountain along 24 hairpin bends.
Great Falls national park being overwhelmed by the Potomac River in the form of a raging torrent, triggered by heavy early spring rains.
Old cowboys prepping for Pendleton Round Up's 100 year rodeo.
Buddhist prayer flag fluttering at the confluence of the Indus river with the Zanskar river in Ladakh, India.
Spider with rain drops
At an elevation of over 11000 feet Ladakh has very little arable land and a very short summer of three months. Every small piece of fertile land no matter how remote is used for agriculture.
The moon sets near Mount Sinai at St. Catherine's Monastery in Egypt.
Tree frog in my mailbox
Appalachian landscape in the remote mountains of West Virginia.
Old sharecropper house near Arnaudville, LA.
Snow Smile
Riding Day
Not Fooled
Double Rainbow in Denali National Park
Light Source
the wall
Santa Fe Desert
Let Me Outta Here
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
The moon sets near Mount Sinai at St. Catherine's Monastery in Egypt.

The moon sets near Mount Sinai at St. Catherine's Monastery in Egypt.

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Brandon,
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© Lynn Wolfe.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 04.2010
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 18, 2010, 9:35 p.m.
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Camera Model: NIKON D5000
Focal Length: 270mm
Shutter Speed: 1/800
Aperture: f7.1
ISO: ISO200
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