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HDR image of the Xl century abbaye des chateliers ruins at dusk on the island of ile de re,france.
Eureka Sand Dune, Death Valley National Park, California, USA
My daughter trying on outfits to wear to her multicultural school festival - she is African American and will dress in Indian clothing.
A walk by Plym River
I am from China, originally, and for me to go to Africa was a long-held dream. After a safari we went to Zanzibar, and we spent a day visiting the markets of Stone Town, where we enjoyed these wonderf
HDR image of the insode of the Xl century church of saint martin de re,ile de re,france.
This image of Morty the cat has him at rest for the moment.
The roots of the tree came out of the pathway.
Old brick building with it's history still painted on it.
Appreciating the past
Bamboo grove in Arashiyama, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan
Watching the Ruby throated hummingbirds at the feeder this Spring/Summer.  They're so territorial, but now and then they slow down to pose for a photo.  This is "The One" who was the most dominant mal
I was born on a farm in Guangdong, China, and we still grow rice there. So on my first trip to Africa I was amazed to see rice being planted just like at home. This was in Mto Wa Mbu, Tanzania
York Minster
Childern with their mother in their house at a Bengal village.
Dapper Dickcissel Sings A Song
Walking out at night provided a shot of a craggy parking lot soaked with rain.
close up shot of a dragonfly on top of a branch.
Sunset in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada
friendly praying mantis at the apple orchard in Wilcox, Arizona
Walking around the beach with my wife.
Feeding chickens on a Kentucky farm
Traditional Oil Processing (Ghanee) is the ancient method of some overdevelop village in Bangladesh
. There is no scientific power of souse to drive the Ghanee. Man and cow are the only power of sour
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Watching the Ruby throated hummingbirds at the feeder this Spring/Summer. They're so territorial, but now and then they slow down to pose for a photo. This is "The One" who was the most dominant mal

Watching the Ruby throated hummingbirds at the feeder this Spring/Summer. They're so territorial, but now and then they slow down to pose for a photo. This is "The One" who was the most dominant male.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 05.2012
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 30, 2012, 2:17 a.m.
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Focal Length: 108mm
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