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Street Dance
Providing a life and a home for a dog that will never stop loving everything and everyone.
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I'm Great Britain
A self portrait of me near my aunt's house in Eritrea.
Reflection of a Lion in the water in the Linyanti Wetlands, Botswana.
Bog next to the Mississippi river, found while doing a project for my ecology class.
Wedding Couple in Times Square
Me in a beautiful field near tzomet kibbutzim in the north of Israel.
Taken with my Nikon D90, I came across this dragonfly with something in it's mouth.  After looking closely at the photo, it appeared the afternoon snack she was feasting on was a lady bug.  Just anoth
Waterdrops
Canon EOS Kiss X3,Shutter Speed 1/45 sec., F-Number F4/4.5, ISO-320
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B Reactor, a U.S. National Historic Site, was the first ever large scale nuclear reactor.  Commissioned as part of the Manhattan Project, B-Reactor produced plutonium to help bring and end to World Wa
Dog Walkers in New York City.
Old-fashioned kosher meat store sign at a vintage shop
Breakfast is served. A loon feeds a one week old chick.
Viewing annular solar eclipse in Reno, NV 5/10/12. Noticed the clouds were forming a gargoyle figure on the left and dragon head with fire on the right. Right on! A mythological duel in the skiies.
Under lock and key
Sielent beach
Scotland
Sharing a secret
On a bus to Asmara city when I captured a woman in pink walking down the dirt road.
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Canon EOS Kiss X3,Shutter Speed 1/45 sec., F-Number F4/4.5, ISO-320

Canon EOS Kiss X3,Shutter Speed 1/45 sec., F-Number F4/4.5, ISO-320

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Bangkok, Thailand
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 02.2012
Total Views: 13
Filed Under: People
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 28, 2012, 11:32 p.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS Kiss X3
Focal Length: 39mm
Shutter Speed: 1/45
Aperture: f4.5
ISO: ISO320
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