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Abandoned jeeps on my sister's farm in Hart, Michigan
At Niagara Falls, A wonderful place but risky to take good photos when raining.
I captured after several tries those birds flying into the water falling.
nostalgia of my brothers living abroad .
Honeybee
Sometimes You Just Need to Get to the Other Side - An old village elder crosses a dangerously crocodile filled river in the extreme jungle heat of Chitwan to get to his heard of water buffalo on the o
A large Sandtiger shark cruises over on the wreck of the Hyde, off the coast of Wilmington, North Carolina.
Driving by and took a picture of the sky
Buckingham Fountain
walking on a chilly rainy day
Celebrating my high school graduation with my parents
Visiting Abraham Lincoln's home in Springfield, Illinois.
While diving on the wreck of the SS Hyde off of the coast of Wilmington, North Carolina I photographed this group of large Sand Tiger sharks.
While diving on the Civil War era wreck of the General Sherman, off of the coast of Little River South carolina, I photographed this Oyster Toadfish (Opsanus tau).
Glen Canyon dam bridge
iPhone image.  Horse getting a drink from a large puddle left from the rain, with reflection in the puddle.  Photo was taken on the outskirts of Billings, MT.
Drop of water clinging to a stem.  Reflection of flower in the background
Reflection of horse and colt grazing near the water.  Photo was taken with iPhone in Montana.
Finding the nooks and crannies of Cedar Breaks National Monument.
Bluebottle Jellyfish aka Portuguese Man '0 War is one of the most venomous jellyfish in the world.  This one had just recently washed up on an empty beach I was walking along.
Baboquivari Peak
Half way to Berlin
"A good book is a good friend, and I have about 100 of them"
Out of gas. (Canon t2i)
12th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
While diving on the wreck of the SS Hyde off of the coast of Wilmington, North Carolina I photographed this group of large Sand Tiger sharks.

While diving on the wreck of the SS Hyde off of the coast of Wilmington, North Carolina I photographed this group of large Sand Tiger sharks.

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Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, United States of America
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 07.2012
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Date Uploaded: June 21, 2014, 3:59 p.m.
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