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Cataclysm
Jamming before perfomance
My brother's shoes
Ghostly American Revolution Cannons in the French Quarter of Jackson Square
Single-Tusked Elephant
The Blue Door at Cold Spring, CA
A Second Line Band leading a Jazz funeral on Bourbon Street
Crimson Bourbon Street with blue lights flashing
Ancient Segovia
my color pencils
Baby grand piano street performer
Victoria Crowned Pigeon
Oil painting on an emu egg of an awakening duck
My 2 year old granddaughter Ella throwing a football
a dragonfly perched on wide leaf basking in sun
A mannequin filled western ghost town
Rainbow shooting from treetops
two cities, one bridge, last sun of the year
A desert struggle for life
A young Burrunan dolphin checking weed floating at the surface for hiding fish
Funny western  ghost town gravesite
Foggy day in New Orleans
Ancient skeletal trees among the Grand Canyon
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Victoria Crowned Pigeon

The Victoria Crowned Pigeon is native to parts of New Guinea and Indonesia. It's easily reconized by it's most prominent features; elegant white-tipped crests and it's deep whooping call. This bird also made a brief appearance on Indonesian money in the 1980s

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Irwin, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Date Taken: 02.2015
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