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Black bird fly
Garden of the Gods park with Pikes Peak in the background.
Plitvice lakes
Green Parrot profiles whild standing side by side
I recently visited Cosy Bay beach, in Cape Town where I came across this sleeping seal pup. He was so quiet, resting between the rocks that I didn't even see him until I was right next to him.
One of many Parisian Cafe that one comes across
In remembrance.
A Green Shield Bug eyeing me up on our deck this fall -it was the first one I had ever seen at our house.
Policemen at Times Square
Tatra mountains
Mmmm that feels goood
The vastness of Canyonlands National Park is just as inspiring from 10,000 feet as it is from a canyon rim.
Tatra mountains
Fly away with me
A child asks for water in the sugar cane batays of the Dominican Republic.
Evening sunset off our deck.
After wading through waist deep water in my jeans at high tide, I was relived to see a few penguins on a secluded part of Boulders beach. I was drawn to this one who was stretching out his wings in a
It's a big, a big hard sun
Evening sunset off our deck.
Waterspout
From the air, rings around Lake Powell show the effects of a long period of drought.
Biking to Capitol Building in Washington D.C.
Colorado Capitol Dome. This photo was taken from the ground floor looking up into the dome.
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
The vastness of Canyonlands National Park is just as inspiring from 10,000 feet as it is from a canyon rim.

The vastness of Canyonlands National Park is just as inspiring from 10,000 feet as it is from a canyon rim.

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Bronx, New York, United States of America
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© Sheldon Reich.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 06.2012
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 29, 2012, 3:23 p.m.
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