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little boy is struggling to learn during a massive power cut
NATURE S PALETTE . . .
(GERMANY, JENA) . . .
Captured in the botanic gardens of the beautiful city of Jena in Germany.
Air dried
The winding road I once rode my bike on when I was a kid
Hot air balloons descending in a valley in Cappadocia, Turkey
Rolling blue mountains of the Himalayas. What else can make us visualize life better than mountains? After all, even life goes in a series of peaks and valleys!
The Media and the Police
A woman carrying a lamb in Saquisili village, Ecuador
Evening Ferris wheel silhouette
Red Sky at Night, Sailors Delight
"I'll patiently dig this whole before I become a woman."
Battambang Market Fishmonger
Southern tailed jellies have one of the most beautiful structures of the cnidarian phyla. This shot highlights the artistry one encounters every time you encounter nature.
There is nothing like a game of basketball with friends (or a friend) at a local school
Bathroom self-portrait
This was taken in Metro Subway station. I was amazed by the sky & clouds.
Autumn in Cuyamaca
Colorful Bark of tree
I am from China, and I went to Africa with my American husband to have an adventure before our first child. So we loved seeing children--these girls were on their way to school in Zanzibar. They seeme
Sitting among friends, soon to join.
Sunrise Over Palm Springs
This Sri Lankan Frogmouth had such implicit faith in its camouflage that we found it sleeping a few feet above a jungle path. The moment we took our eyes even momentarily away from the bird, we had to
Riding the ferris wheel at a local fair
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Battambang Market Fishmonger

Battambang Market Fishmonger

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Anchorage, Alaska, United States of America
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© Lily Weed.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 01.2012
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 30, 2012, 2:52 a.m.
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