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Beauty of the sand
I shot this picture of Manhattan, NY.
Buda Castle overlooking the Danube
This is the fourth image in my Iris series. It was altered using warm tones.
Manila is full of vehicles, every street and every corner of the road there is a vehicle big an small.  There is a shortage of street and because of volume of vehicle when it rain most of the streets
Egret landing in City Park, Denver
Keep the birds free
The night view north from my driveway.
Boracay is famous for its natural powder sand and it is a would tourist destination.  Last July 2013 I visited the place again after 10 years and was surprised of its deterioration.  People have abuse
Fourth image in my Iris series. It is titled "Increase," because of its high saturation and contrast levels.
Black Bear of the Appalachian Mountains
Compassion in Action: Although living in poverty, Tzu Chi Foundations Zulu volunteers still able to visit 1,200 patients and feed 5,000 orphans daily.
Juvenile Northern Goshawk photographed at a photography workshop.
Second image in my Iris series. This image was altered by adding cool tones.
Jumping fire - This is a ritual of spring H'mong people (Patheng society, Hoang Su Phi district, Ha Giang, Vietnam), wished health and good luck to the family and clan.
View of the Washington Monument, standing proudly, watching the sun set over the District of Columbia.
I shot this photo in Washington, DC, inside Lincoln Memorial.
Second image in my Iris series; this one is simply adjusted to be black and white.
Winter sunset on a tidepool
Sophia Smiles.
I shot this picture in Genova, Italy.
First in the Iris series. This is the original image of the iris that grew in my front yard.
This photo was taken in the middle of Lake Mattamuskeet, NC.
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Compassion in Action: Although living in poverty, Tzu Chi Foundations Zulu volunteers still able to visit 1,200 patients and feed 5,000 orphans daily.

Compassion in Action: Although living in poverty, Tzu Chi Foundations Zulu volunteers still able to visit 1,200 patients and feed 5,000 orphans daily.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 08.2011
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 26, 2013, 9:42 p.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS REBEL T2i
Focal Length: 16mm
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