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Sunset over America
This dragonfly decided to stop for a rest on a girls finger.
Devils Den White Christmas
Morning has broken.
St Charles Avenue
the end to a beautiful day.
The Zoque are an indigenous group from northern Chiapas, Mexico. Don Carmelino is one of the few remaining Zoques in the town of Tecpatn, Chiapas.  He is part of the handfull that still speak Zoque la
Looking North from Petrified Forest
Ushering the herd to the next paddock
Taken at Dallas/Fort Worth In't Airport with a Nikon D40 SLR Camera using a 70-300mm telephoto lens.  They have an observation park where you can view planes takeoff and land.  You're only 300 yards a
preparing to set sail on a journey of the great lakes.
This beauty was begging to be photographed as it shimmered in the sunlight.
Allegheny Mountain Escape
rain drops, this flower is in my front yard and noticed the rain drops on the peddles.
Celebrating a stunning Florida Keys sunset, even a seagull is mesmerized.
The unconventional Bride on a 150 year old wooden floor.
Blue herring crane at Mill Creek Park Lily Pond. It followed my children and I around the pond.
Winding road through the woods
Lonely Purple Pansy
Cornfield in the afternoon.
Hiking a trail through the hills of Vinalhaven, Maine with my boyfriend

Nikon D60 
ISO 100 
1/10 f/29.0
A walk in a park, in the middle of Washington DC.
Reach for the sky
This sunflower is 13 feet tall and gives happy thoughts to everyone that looks at it.
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8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
This beauty was begging to be photographed as it shimmered in the sunlight.

This beauty was begging to be photographed as it shimmered in the sunlight.

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© Lori Kroeger.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 07.2010
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Aug. 1, 2010, 9:16 p.m.
Camera Make:
Camera Model: Canon PowerShot A630
Focal Length: 29.2mm
Shutter Speed: 1/1000
Aperture: f4.1
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