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Morning fog over Fort Trumbull
A water pipe in Duluth is "bled" every year to ensure it doesn't freeze. As the water freezes, it builds this amazing ice geiser, and looks like this if you stuff LED lights down it.
A mother shares her passion of dance with her daughter.
Sliver tube....1 inch of molten silver rolling over reconnecting with the ocean.
El Rancho Motel Architectural Signage, Mesa, Arizona, Jan 2012
World Trade Center memorial
Girl trying to catch the moon with a butterfly net.
Good morning said the red barn.
Big Waves, Big Hats
The man in blue in blue frame
medical
Wild Mustangs
a veteran of foreign wars
"Ghost at Ease" part of Ghost girl project
Capturing flowers in bloom
Girl on a high mountain top fishing for the moon.
Lady Liberty
Gardens for Health in Rwanda. A garden created by American college students who created an environment where local members learn how to grow and cook nutritious food and other domestic skills to bring
A passenger ferry boat at the harbor of Ancona, mixed with the city.
Blooming Cactus Flower, Paradise Valley, Arizona, August 2012
Sharp-shinned Hawks
Mating season. My closest neighbors ushering in Spring...
Watching our only way off of Mendenhall Glacier fly away.
During low tide a Blue seastar, Linkia laevigata, crawls along the sandy bottom amid an incredibly shallow coral reef.  This tropical echinoderm is found throughout the tropical Pacific and Indian Oce
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Wild Mustangs

Wild Mustangs

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Alturas, California, United States of America
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© Larry Hill.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 01.2012
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 28, 2012, 5:02 p.m.
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