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July 4th
A zebra from the Edinburgh Zoo in Scotland!
BA45YS - self portraiture

A hollow void, eyes just the same. A fear and a just as prominent longing coincides with another soul.
My horse Kaibab from the balcony of our barn.
The Death of a Stink Bug
Looking out of our balcony after a rainstorm late one afternoon, I caught this double rainbow along the vermillion cliffs of southern Utah.
My friend walking through the streets of America in Hollywood Studios, WDW, Florida.
Riding down a particularly uninhabited street in Downtown Portland - beautifully quiet, fleeting moments like these happen.
An old friend came back to visit New Orleans with her daughter. We had fun shopping the quarter, eating beignets and buying Mardi Gras masks.
Self Portraiture of sorts - my eye has always been a prominent source in my photography, always a fascination.
"Beside the Pain That is a Home" - self portraiture
A hilarious picture of my boyfriend, his dog and me.
A view from Hayden Island, only separated by Columbia River, you can see across to Vancouver Washington.
A rainbow next to the waterfall.
Fair STL
A bouquet of flowers for an early present; and the real flower that popped out to me was this beautiful chrysanthemum.
Two tigers playing in a zoo.
Winter park colordao
In light of the cross...
Edinburgh Zoo in Scotland, I came across this beautiful Leopard!
Walking in rocky mountian national park
pere marquette
A foggy, rainy day on Jantzen Beach. The leaves slowly turn.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
A hilarious picture of my boyfriend, his dog and me.

A hilarious picture of my boyfriend, his dog and me.

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Escalon, California, United States of America
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© Cara Davis.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 02.2011
Filed Under: People
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Date Uploaded: Oct. 7, 2011, 4:58 p.m.
Camera Make:
Camera Model: COOLPIX S4000
Focal Length: 6.9mm
Shutter Speed: 1/30
Aperture: f3.9
ISO: ISO80
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