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Balcony House Mesa Verde Co
A goldfinch feeding in my garden.
Grey mini jumping to catch a rubber band attached to the end of a fishing pole line.
Talking a walk in the Northwoods
Glass Jars & a Bicycle. Reflection in a store window. This is not an altered image; just cropped; but since there is no category for such an abstract I submitted it here.
I love the skyline of Miami at night. This one building is lit up creating a beacon for the eye!
Vision of Generations
Nature walk with my love....
An ancient volcanic cinder cone comes back to life on the edge of the Grand Canyon with a little help from the setting sun, a bolt of lightning and a monsoon curtain of rain.
The story of Balto has always been one of my favorites, and the statue is something I look for every time I go to Central Park.
Bark of a tree
These trees were wrapped in handmade afghans as a metaphor about caring for the trees in this area which is threatened by logging, mining and hydrotransmission towers. This environment, at the crown o
Info center at the Grand Canyon.
Two sahib sittiing in the quiet corner of the market oblivious the bustling activities in front of them. They must be wondering the good old days when they were young. Crawfort market, Mumbai, India.
Philadelphia, City Hall
Canon EOS Rebel T1i/ 18-55mm
ISO 100 F8.0
Pilgrim
My visit to bago
Great little sailboat sitting in the water all by itself.  The breeze was blowing just enough to rotate it so everything in the reflection and the boat lined up vertically.
Best way to travel..be a beliver!
My son allowing me to photograph him.
This is a coolie in Mumbai Crawfort market waiting for customer to carry their goods. He actually put a gunny padding on his head to absorb the heavy weight and secured it with a cloth. Thats why his
Waiting for Spring. Caledon, Ontario.
Boating behind the buildings
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
These trees were wrapped in handmade afghans as a metaphor about caring for the trees in this area which is threatened by logging, mining and hydrotransmission towers. This environment, at the crown o

These trees were wrapped in handmade afghans as a metaphor about caring for the trees in this area which is threatened by logging, mining and hydrotransmission towers. This environment, at the crown of the continent is under constant threat.

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Calgary, Canada
Member since 2014
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© Barbara Amos.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 10.2011
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 30, 2011, 8:42 a.m.
Camera Make:
Camera Model: NIKON D700
Focal Length: 85mm
Shutter Speed: 1/320
Aperture: f9
ISO: ISO200
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