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My daughter's 5th birthday pictures.
Insects seen on a hotel wall in New Orleans, near the Mississippi River.
Heritage a part of Incredible India with friend during Jodhpur Tour.
My son catching in Little League
Forest Contrasts
Sunset in the Marigny, New Orleans. Seen on my Honeymoon.
Warm breezy evening in Paris at spring
Wall crypts at the back of St. Louis No. 1, oldest extant cemetery in New Orleans.
Foggy day in the New Hampshire White Mountains.
Above ground tombs at St. Louis No. 1, the oldest existent cemetery in New Orleans, built in 1789.
I and the family on a picnic by the lake
Human statue, seen on my Honeymoon, in Jackson Square, New Orleans.
Trains were the main form of travel in the United States for many years. Later railroad stations were lost to disrepair. The town of Alton, NH has revived the heritage of their past by recontructing t
Disused train tracks in New Orleans, LA. Found on my Honeymoon, Oct. 16, 2013.
I was in Sequoia National Park when I found a slit in one of the giant trees.  I poked my head in only to find it was a large chamber.  So I went in and took this pic of one of the neighboring trees f
New love in the Sacramento River
October Sunset on Plum Island
Two climbers summit a tower called The Orphan in evening brilliance.
Pathway to the Ocean on Plum Island
Nubble Lighthouse in Winter, Cape Neddick, Maine
Horses await burial after being killed by an EF5 tornado on May 21, 2013 in Moore, Oklahoma.
Fall Sand Dunes, Plum Island, MA
Morning dew clinging to the dried branches out on the family ranch
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Human statue, seen on my Honeymoon, in Jackson Square, New Orleans.

Human statue, seen on my Honeymoon, in Jackson Square, New Orleans.

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