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Adventures on the River. Total reliance upon a tree branch for support on the mighty Cao Negro with two canine adventure buddies.  Channeling the earth's energy. Pura Vida!
St Francis of Assis church, Taos New Mexico...when we arrived, this sunflower was in full bloom
Raindrops on roses in our backyard
Explosion in the sky
Sunset on the Bay
Cardinal perched on Robert Kennedy's cross in Alrington National Cementary
Skies of green and fields of purple.
Barn along I-5
Ruins of St Kevin's Cathedral; an Early Medieval monastic settlement located in Glendalough, a glacial valley in County Wicklow, Ireland.
Yarn vendors are everywhere in Kanpur in November as women and men knit up hats, sweaters and scarfs for the "chilly" winter months ahead.
A man sitting in Beijing's hutongs (alleyways)
Yarn vendors are everywhere in Kanpur in November as women and men knit up hats, sweaters and scarfs for the "chilly" winter months ahead.
Old Bones Bring New Art (Weathered, whale bones as seen in Antarctica)
Photographed at a Temple in Bhutan. This kind man rescued this pigeon.
The Old Man of Storr Awakens
yellow flower by the road
Ladybug plays hide and go seek...
An abandoned office off the main street in Reedsport, California.
Shangu is a river where cloud touches the water. She has a great  impact on the economy, lifestyle and culture of the indigenous groups Murong, Bawm,Marma, Khumi of the remotest unions like Tindu, Rem
A dog waits patiently outside a bakery in New Orleans
fishing and hoping
Photographed at The Blue Palace in Bhutan
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
A man sitting in Beijing's hutongs (alleyways)

A man sitting in Beijing's hutongs (alleyways)

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Date Taken: 08.2010
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