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At the park on a spring day.
Brother and Sisters embrace Anya K 8 years old and Michael K 5 years old. Kodak Easy Share P880
This photo was taken when I took my grandson to the Atlanta Aquarium.  The Sea Turtle seemed as keenly interested in me and he moved when I moved.  I took several photos of him, but I think this one w
All American Girl Anya K 9 years old tire swing on a spring day. Taken with a P880 Kodak Easy Share
A priarie dog at the Norfolk,Va Zoo. Taken with a P880 Kodak easy share
A view of Tahiti from the balcony of the Continental Resort. When we checked in and saw the beauty of the turquoise water in the protected harbor, the deep blue Ocean with distant Island I took this p
Nicholas K at the beach age 6
Harvest Rose
Storm rolling in quickly
After a rainy morning
Watching nature watching me.
We hiked to Trout Lake in Yellowstone and watched the otters fishing and eating the trout that were spawning.  Otters always ate the tail of the trout first.
Panda surviving in a modern habitat
Hunt of the City Jungle
Exploring my own home - cut and pasted images re-photographed
My family recently vacationed in St. John, USVI, where these adorable iguanas seemed to be everywhere we looked. They were all very photogenic, but trying to touch them was not to their liking!
A Widow in a shelter in Vrindavan, India
An abandoned Widow in Vrindavan, spends her days praying and waiting to die.
Widows of Vrindavan at an Ashram.
Widows of Vrindavan in a government shelter.
Homeless Widows flock to Vrindavan, India by the thousands. They are shunned and abandoned by their families. These elderly women will spend the rest of their lives on the streets begging to stay aliv
"End of the Line"  Old, abandoned rail line near Andrews, NC, exiting a tunnel.
Thomas Jefferson, Mt. Rushmore, SD
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
We hiked to Trout Lake in Yellowstone and watched the otters fishing and eating the trout that were spawning. Otters always ate the tail of the trout first.

We hiked to Trout Lake in Yellowstone and watched the otters fishing and eating the trout that were spawning. Otters always ate the tail of the trout first.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 07.2010
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: June 24, 2011, 9:08 p.m.
Camera Make: Panasonic
Camera Model: DMC-ZS1
Focal Length: 49.2mm
Shutter Speed: 1/320
Aperture: f4.9
ISO: ISO80
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