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Washed ashore
The Beach
A rhododendron and its shadow in a Pennsylvania stream.
Neighborhood kids playing in the afternoon
Early morning at the train station.
Autumn Sunrise in The Forest
'THREAD MAN'

THE MAN IN THIS PICTURE AFTER COLLECTION OF RAW COLOURED THREADS PREPARING FOR SELLS
USA
Mark Fenyves is practicing the "Shawl" dance technique.
Cattail seed fluff in October.
Party on a bridge
The Nubra River originate from the Siachen Glacier, located at a height of nearly 19,000 feet above MSL in North India. On a moonlit night, the Nubra Valley looks like a huge silver masterpiece'.
Chapel at West Point Military Academy
A cellular phone call stops the young man while the other people passing by
While at work late one night, I stepped out of the main building and saw a rather unique cloud formation. I grabbed my tripod & shot this as a 2 sec exposure.
Waiting for the tide.
Day at the Museum
Moon rising behind The U.S. Capitol
A painter colouring the face of a man for showing at fair.
Springtime Seed
'THREAD CO LOURING'

A MAN IS CO LOURING RAW THREAD BY HEATING THE THREAD
pointing to the sky
Georgetown canal boat night shot
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
The Nubra River originate from the Siachen Glacier, located at a height of nearly 19,000 feet above MSL in North India. On a moonlit night, the Nubra Valley looks like a huge silver masterpiece'.

The Nubra River originate from the Siachen Glacier, located at a height of nearly 19,000 feet above MSL in North India. On a moonlit night, the Nubra Valley looks like a huge silver masterpiece'.

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New Delhi, India
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© Sitanshu Kar.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 06.2010
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 30, 2011, 12:07 p.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS-1D Mark III
Focal Length: 55mm
Shutter Speed: 1/640
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ISO: ISO200
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