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The flowers outside after the rain has passed.
Red lilies in the evening
Rock Portal
A Cereus Peruvianus (Peruvian Apple) Cactus only blooms at night and only for one night. Its huge flower lasts into the early morning hours. Once the sun rises, the flower closes up and dies.
Old dinosaurs don't die, they just fade away.
Hydrangea, seek out light, bloom, then decline
Photoshoot at the beach.
While in Belize, we took a jungle excursion to the Mayan cave Actun Tunichil Munknal, and this was inside
Traveling the Yucatan, stopped by Chichen Itza and took this picture of El Castillo
On a 4 day boat ride from Puerto Montt to Puerto Natales, Chile. The Ship drove right into a Fjord that lay home to Glacier Pio XI
Walking around the lake.
Wolf Creek Habitat in Indiana offers a shelter to injured and captive born wolves.
Solarised Beads
On vacation with good friends.  Our first trip to the "Big Island", Hawaii.
Coral and yellow roses at the Conservatory in winter
Flying over Mammoth, CA
A cowboy at one of the many casinos in downtown Vegas
Outside the Luxor, the obelisk through the glass and the Sphinx as a reflection
A beautiful orange sunset on Lobster Lake, Minnesota
Wind Canyon is a lovely spot to hike in Theodore Roosevelt National Park, ND.
The Little Missouri running through the Badlands of ND
A London Eye pod
A hungry turtle
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Wolf Creek Habitat in Indiana offers a shelter to injured and captive born wolves.

Wolf Creek Habitat in Indiana offers a shelter to injured and captive born wolves.

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Date Taken: 03.2009
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