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Old farm road with japanese cherry tree. Looks really great, but only 2 weeks in may.
Underneath the high fashion poster, spotting two pair of the casual sneaker shoes appear in contradiction.
Hundreds of Adelie Penguins make an iceberg their temporary home under the midnight sun in Antarctic waters.
Okinawan Lizard(Takydoromus smaragdinus)eating on a fern leaf.
Misty Mountains in Morelos, Mexico.
Walking on the almost frozen bank of the little susitna river.
A Minke Whale swims directly beneath my zodiac in the still waters of Antarctica, making a fool of me with my telephoto lens. I'm not sure who was more interested in who on this occasion, but I'll be
Driving around in Keystone, SD and found this small herd of deer across the street from our hotel.
An aging Titan, The Golden Gate Bridge
The Perfect Website!
Underwater Fluorescence - Night Photography- Coral of the Okinawa
Aside two angles there is a guy with a backpack looks like the wings
Hike and vista at 'Chalcatzingo', Morelos, Mexico.
Wolf front a yellow background showing us his pure beauty
Lion front a pink background showing us his pure beauty
A Friendly Harbor Seal Pup.
Kalalau Stream on the Na pali Coast of Kauai at sunset.
Childhood
Sunset on Sombrero Reef
Leopard showing us his pure beauty
Worried face
Into the Phoenix Haboob - Color Remaster
This picture was taken with my fuji film camera.  It was the 2010 NJ lifeguard challenge in Normandy Beach, NJ.  This event was the baton run. You can see the intensity of the two men with arms intert
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Aside two angles there is a guy with a backpack looks like the wings

Aside two angles there is a guy with a backpack looks like the wings

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Date Taken: 12.2011
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