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George the Pitbull
A bee gets busy gathering pollen.
Walking in the field at sunset, the sun was golden and at a perfect angle behind this large round hay bale. it gave me a great silhouette and caught the gnats in the light, making them a little magica
We were at the Pt Defiance Zoo to visit the polar bears when we stopped to watch the (young) tigers that were running all over. It's not easy to get a picture of these youngsters when they won't stop.
The Robidoux Trading Post in Western Nebraska -  An icon of the Old West.
I was walking in the pasture, nearing sunset.Found this busy spider in her web and captured a dramatic photo of her and her web.
The art of seduction through the use of mannequins.
Driving down Ring Road in Elizabethtown, KY.
We All Need a Little Structure in Our Lives.
Flamingos at Artist's House
Rain drops on a leaf form tiny lenses focusing on the world.
This very patient bee went about his business,while I attempted to catch a photo of him on the late summer flowers.
Gorgeous plant in my school library.
Harvest gold
San Francisco is heavily influenced by the Asians. The first China Town in the USA is located in San Francisco and their Botanical Garden is influenced by Japan. Every now and then San Francisco has a
Live Heliconius Melpomene Butterfly photographed at the Milwaukee Public Museum's Puelicher Butterfly Vivarium.
Cowgirl boots and hat.
Atlantic Puffins. I was photographing along the top edge of a 1000-foot cliff and caught these two sharing a kiss.
In my car turning into the lot and saw this cute bunny.
A bird collided head-on with my window leaving this image of himself, including beak, forehead, eyes, and even wings.
Green-breasted Mango. The manager of an ecolodge invited me to photograph hummingbirds and other small birds at his home nearby. This guy was in the deep shade, and I used a flash on him with natural
The interior of a classic American sports car, the Ford Mustang.
Live Precis Coenia Butterfly photographed at the Milwaukee Public Museum's Puelicher Butterfly Vivarium.
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
This very patient bee went about his business,while I attempted to catch a photo of him on the late summer flowers.

This very patient bee went about his business,while I attempted to catch a photo of him on the late summer flowers.

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© Sheila Attia.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 09.2013
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 26, 2013, 7:26 p.m.
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Camera Model: FinePix S8200
Focal Length: 4.3mm
Shutter Speed: 1/1000
Aperture: f3.2
ISO: ISO100
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