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Walking along Historic Charleston, SC over Easter weekend 2010.  I was struck by these Lanterns hanging against the wall in an alley.  So serene and calm.  They gave me pause and in the moment I just
Late winter every year the Twisselman family moves over 400 head of new fall calves, to be initiated into the Twisselman brand. The Twisselman ranch dating to 1944 has continued this way of life for 4
The Citadel of Aleppo is the most prominent historic architectural site in Aleppo. It was recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986.
A bird in a bush
Staircase in a 100+ year old middle school, looking down from 3rd floor toward ground floor.
Backlit cafe in Paris.
Habiba Mohammad Hassan, a 17 year old Somali refugee in Yemen walks to the water well.
A cat in a window of the old city in Damascus, Syria
After sunset, leaving Empire Fulton Ferry State Park
After sunset, leaving Empire Fulton Ferry State Park
Taiz, Yemen Ta'izz or Taiz (تعز) is a city in the Yemeni Highlands, near the famous Mocha port on the Red Sea, lying at an elevation of about 1,400 metres above sea level, with 460,0
In Al Mazhein, a remote region of barren, monochromatic mountains deep in Yemen, a 16-year-old pregnant girl eagerly awaits the roll-out of a WFP food assistance.
Visiting Ireland with my roommate
In Californias Kern County, one man, 42 year old Phil Esnos, a third generation Basque sheepherder and his family can date his roots of herding in this region back to 1910 when his father immigrated t
Young boy from a small village near the Ngorongoro Conservation Area in Tanzania, Africa
Shema, 7, attend school and study Arabic in the very hot and remote village along the Red Sea coast in Yemen
Popular pistachio ice cream is served up on the old city of Damascus Syria.
Late winter every year the Twisselman family moves over 400 head of new fall calves, to be initiated into the Twisselman brand. The Twisselman ranch dating to 1944 has continued this way of life for 4
Displaced Chadian boy cools off in a nearby river near the Darfur boarder.
I was visiting my cousin in Spring Texas and dropped in on a shop where a gentleman was working on a motorcycle and tig welding.
Nabeela, 12, lives on an exposed terraced hillside, where regular temperatures of more than 115 degrees Fahrenheit make growing crops nearly impossible. Of East African descent, her family struggles t
My best friend Laura took this picture of me while we were snowmobiling on a glacier in Iceland.  I think it looks like we're on the moon because of our awesome snowsuits.
Backpacker Chris Albert a regular hikers in these parts jumps into the extremely cold glacial runoff lake in the John Muir Wilderness, CA.
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
In Al Mazhein, a remote region of barren, monochromatic mountains deep in Yemen, a 16-year-old pregnant girl eagerly awaits the roll-out of a WFP food assistance.

In Al Mazhein, a remote region of barren, monochromatic mountains deep in Yemen, a 16-year-old pregnant girl eagerly awaits the roll-out of a WFP food assistance.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 05.2009
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Date Uploaded: April 15, 2010, 6:03 p.m.
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Camera Model: NIKON D3
Focal Length: 24mm
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