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A road in Wyoming headed in the direction of the Grand Teton Mountain Range. The national park road systems are among the most desirable and scenic roads in the world
Winter storm in Brooklyn
Balloon glow at the Heartland Festival
A view of Cliffs Shaft Mine Museum in the Fall.
Ausable Chasm Hike
Great Blue Heron at sunset
The underside of Toledo's largest bridge. At night it is illuminated from the street lights and makes for a great study in engineering and lines.
Walking in a yard, admiring the fall leaves and discovered that looking up at these bright yellow fall leaves, offered an interesting perspective and interesting photo.
I've always heard the Mona Lisa is so small when you finally get to see it. The Mona Lisa is magnificently smaller than expected, the Louvre is much grander than expected and that combination in even
The Panther's first home game on their new field
Nikon 7000, 14-24 nikon lens, Sunset while fishing
A friend of ours, Billy Joe of the Dusty 45s, closes his act by climbing onto the bass fiddle , setting fire to his trumpet as he plays a rendition of The Lonely Bull. The crowd goes crazy at this poi
Site of over 2000 year old Roman Ruins in mountains of D'jamilia Algeria.
While returning back from a road trip, a heavy lightning storm came closing in. While stopping to photography the storm on the side of the road a truck drove by illuminating the road.
The Blasket Islands in veiled sunlight
Lake Placid in Autumn
Sunday Afternoon On the Finley.
Taken On The Finley River near Ozark Park Ozark, Mo.
while hanging out with my Wife.
Who Are You
this is a reflection of myself in lake tahoe hanging over the edge of a dock.
Veterans Memorial at night
View of the Blasket Islands, Dingle, Ireland
Lake Catherine in October
Glow sticks in a park stream at night
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
A friend of ours, Billy Joe of the Dusty 45s, closes his act by climbing onto the bass fiddle , setting fire to his trumpet as he plays a rendition of The Lonely Bull. The crowd goes crazy at this poi

A friend of ours, Billy Joe of the Dusty 45s, closes his act by climbing onto the bass fiddle , setting fire to his trumpet as he plays a rendition of The Lonely Bull. The crowd goes crazy at this point.

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© Glen Beebe.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 03.2013
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 26, 2013, 8:12 p.m.
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Camera Model: Canon PowerShot SX20 IS
Focal Length: 18.6mm
Shutter Speed: 1/8
Aperture: f4.5
ISO: ISO800
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