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A photo from my series, Rohnert Park, which I set out to depict the alienation, stillness, and boredom of American suburbia.
A photo from my series, Rohnert Park, which I set out to depict the boredom and alienation of American suburbia.  This is a portrait of my mother.
A photo from my series, Rohnert Park, a set of conceptual and constructed photos depicting the boredom and alienation of American suburbia.  

I aimed for this photo to signify displacement and disc
Passing through chicago
Fun day outside on school ground.
Playing with the birthday boy
Driving to cousin's house for the day
At a friend's birthday for her son turning one
"Seagulliver" eyeing the camera man
Old man picking up shells on Cocoa Beach, FL
A monk offers wisdom to school children at the beautiful Wat Arun in Bangkok.
Grandpa smoking a pipe.
Absolute Monarch
Just a quick snap snot from grandfather's farm.
Just a quick snap snot from grandfather's farm.
Sunday afternoon overlooking Holy Rosary Church and Mt. Rainer.
Taking in the beauty of a fall vineyard.
Taking in the views from a vineyard farm house.
Had asked our cab to stop while doing business in Cuba. I am a dog lover, I thought it would be a great shot.
In the dawn hours a butterfly looking to get noticed, showing of it's beautiful canvas.
Air bubbles trapped inside a solid glass sphere.
Pelicans on their fall migration route at Lake Overholser in Oklahoma City, OK November 28 2010.
Pelicans on their fall migration route at Lake Overholser in Oklahoma City, OK on November 28 2010.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Grandpa smoking a pipe.

Grandpa smoking a pipe.

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Graham, Texas, United States of America
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Photo Information
Copyright:
© Kirstin Thayer.
All rights reserved.
Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 12.2010
Filed Under: People
Camera Information
Date Uploaded: March 2, 2011, 10:38 p.m.
Camera Make:
Camera Model: NIKON D40
Focal Length: 55mm
Shutter Speed: 1/160
Aperture: f6.3
ISO: ISO200
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