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Smoking, although becoming less and less popular is still a recreational activity of today's youth.
Wal-Mart the ultimate Americana.  They can be found across the country in practically any city.
This is a self portrait. I found that to be in front of the camera is to be vulnerable and uncomfortable.  I think forcing ones self outside of ones comfort zone is important.
Trying to capture the feeling of being on and old school bus while on the Road again with the "American Gypsies"
The series American Gypsies forced me to let go of everything that was familiar to me. This series of photographs documents a short segment in the lives of five humans, two dogs, and a cat.  This part
Senior Film Shoot. Cold and pouring in a college stadium for 5 hours.
factory by the baseball field.
Touring Charleston, South Carolina on a cool spring day. Was able to capture the image  of a waving flag which represented the great sense of pride and nationalism of our great country.
sunset in midwest
standing atop Squaw Peak mountain in Arizona
random grafitti in fountain square.
"Who is that human bothering our water hole?" one zebra said to another. The two put their heads together to discuss...
little girl enjoying dandelions
overcast days make flowers look different.
Spring seemed haunted in Fountain Square.
A soccer teammate puts her feet up and enjoys the grass post-practice and pre-de-cleating.
Sunset Falling at Cataldo Mission. Taken with iphone 3gs with Hipstamatic App
Foggy Morning in Washington just watching the ferry go by my house.
Pink flower in the spring
She and I sat in solidarity --we waited twenty minutes together, anxiously anticipating the train from town center. Before it arrived, I snuck a photo.
The sun setting April 19th.  Taken to inspire, and to remind us that so many things exhibit so much beauty, if we could just take time to stand in awe.
Making a Buck
Tracks to Paradise
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
"Who is that human bothering our water hole?" one zebra said to another. The two put their heads together to discuss...

"Who is that human bothering our water hole?" one zebra said to another. The two put their heads together to discuss...

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© Anne Rhett.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 07.2008
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: April 20, 2010, 12:06 a.m.
Camera Make:
Camera Model: NIKON D40
Focal Length: 145mm
Shutter Speed: 1/160
Aperture: f18
ISO: ISO800
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