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A mothers love. My youngest son and I being silly.
self portrait taken pulling petals off of flowers.
Cuba Today
self portrait
A Concerned Mom
Grandma is milking a cow, while you can see a rainbow a storm coming from far away.
Cat tried to catch the fish from the bucket, but was having a hard time
Leaving the Trakai  castle, where you can see a sail boat trough the door
My boys making me proud,holding hands through it all. All we have is each other; I knew in this moment that my children have each other when I am not there to hold their hand.
Entrance to Trakai castle
Janie and Chicken.
These two lions were a part of a four brother coalition of the Jacaranda Pride in Timbavati Game Reserve which is part of the greater Kruger Park system in South Africa.  We were lucky enough to be wi
Fun with friends
An elephant ear at the end of a long day
Young love
Make sure you travel to this truly spectacular wonder of the world--Niagara Falls, Ontario.
Dessert for two
Balloon glow: a tradition
A typical summer
A long winter
A Winter adventure at Presque Isle
Munising Falls
A view from Sugarloaf Mountain
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
These two lions were a part of a four brother coalition of the Jacaranda Pride in Timbavati Game Reserve which is part of the greater Kruger Park system in South Africa. We were lucky enough to be wi

These two lions were a part of a four brother coalition of the Jacaranda Pride in Timbavati Game Reserve which is part of the greater Kruger Park system in South Africa. We were lucky enough to be with them on multiple occasions.

TAGS: Africa, Lion, Pride, Relaxing, Wildlife

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Date Taken: 07.2013
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