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floodwaters spilling across desert sand to fill the salt lakes of  Australia's Outback
We were in Orcha, India. I saw these three fire ants inside this flower and I took my macro lens and my Nikon D7000 for this photograph.
Playing under the big trees
Spring in the middle of forest
Dunes of the Sahara
Kids playing in the garden
A five year old Vietnamese girl receiving a check up at her home, in Hanoi Vietnam.
Creeks and rivers are the "vascular system" that brings life-giving water to the desert of the Australian Outback.
This sea gull was getting ready to start the day as the sun rose from 'the other side' of the holy Ganges river, at Varanasi. The water looked as if melted gold. Nikon D7000.
Jellyfish swimming behind my back
Shikra or bird of prey as captured one morning at window resting over street lamp, keeping eye over street pigeons.
This bird took a piece of my biscuit when I was visiting my nieces and nephews in New Orleans. And he sure ran with it! It was dusk, and though I knew the photo would show the movement, I quite expect
Monks waiting to get some food donations during early morning begging round. They stepped on the puddle across the street, leaving foot prints on the asphalt surface.
PULI KALI (Play of Tigers)
Puli Kali also known as Kaduvakali is a colorful recreational folk art from the state of Kerala in India. It is performed by trained artists to entertain people on the occa
Awaiting sunset at the magestic Sahara
Butterfly as resting over green grass.
Flood waters and wind have mixed sand, soil and salt to form 
an abstract "watercolour" art work in the bed of a salt lake.
RIVER TURN MATTING
Sunny day at Seabright beach .
Black kite is most common bird of prey in asia.The bird has well acclimatized with the changing habitat and climatic changes.
Toketee Falls, the 245th waterfall of the year.
Big sister
Mining hot volcanic sand at the bottom of Merapi volcano
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
This bird took a piece of my biscuit when I was visiting my nieces and nephews in New Orleans. And he sure ran with it! It was dusk, and though I knew the photo would show the movement, I quite expect

This bird took a piece of my biscuit when I was visiting my nieces and nephews in New Orleans. And he sure ran with it! It was dusk, and though I knew the photo would show the movement, I quite expected this result.I'm not sure of the date.NikonD7000

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 09.2013
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 29, 2013, 5:35 a.m.
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Camera Model: NIKON D7000
Focal Length: 200mm
Shutter Speed: 1/1250
Aperture: f9
ISO: ISO500
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