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View of the moon on San Franciso Bay from my window in Emeryville
One of the biggest shoping mall's in U.K. melted with the sky, showing it's greatness and no respect for a small amateur-photographer.
Old Fashioned Black and White Photography; no alterations
Old Fashioned Black and White Photography; no alterations
Young girl signing "I love you" while fireworks go off on the Fourth of July 2009
Steller Performance
Home is where the heart is.
I saw these two guys or gals not sure, lying in a canal. We had had a cold spell for awhile and I think these gators were enjoying the sun. I saw several gators lying out in that canal.
Just Me & My Dad.. Ice Fishing and making a lasting memory of " Father and Daughter."
Caught this Palamedes Swallowtail enjoying lunch on my patio plants.
While sitting un my chaise on the deck I noticed my begonia plant leaves were moving and there wasn't a breeze to be had. I got up took a closer look and found this grasshopper munching on my plant.
Tiny insects at the back of a leaf and something that look like their eggs.
Morning dew
Colors of fall.
On the top of Montmorency waterfalls during winter.
A bench erodes
Tourists visit one of the most famous memorials in the world.
A small creek on the Mont Royal, Montral, Canada
Waves on the sea
Ocher career in France
Waterfalls in Corsica
Mother bison feeds her child
The US Capitol as cars drive by.
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Tiny insects at the back of a leaf and something that look like their eggs.

Tiny insects at the back of a leaf and something that look like their eggs.

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Puchong Selangor, Malaysia
Member since 2014
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© CW Ye.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 07.2008
Total Views: 26
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: March 11, 2010, 4:01 a.m.
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Camera Model: Canon PowerShot A620
Focal Length: 7.3mm
Shutter Speed: 1/80
Aperture: f3.5
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