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Along the Pine Trail in Glacier National Park, Montana.
The frozen expanse of Lake Michigan, Chicago, IL
Autumn in Utah - hard to beat!!
Charging Elephant
The Chicago skyline as waves crash along Lake Michigan
View from the side of a back country road in southern Saskatchewan.
Small cowboy at a rodeo
A rainy day at Sundance UT
A nice day in central park in New York City.
CONCERT AT SIMLA SUMMER FEST
Very, very close to a leopard on safari in Botswana
INNOCENT SMILE OF A CHILD LIVING IN A SLUM.
Daisy Fly - This fly was taking a break in my garden on the daisy.
Cuckoo Wasp in my Hand - I was so excited that after an hour of chasing this guy around my garden, he landed on my hand for a moment of rest.
THE FAMILY LIVING  AT FOOTPATH. NO TENSION FOR FOOD,ROOF OR CLOTH.
Portrait of Emily
Baby Squash Bugs - These little guys are deceptively beautiful when they first hatch.  Then they decimate the pumpkin plants.
Scary Face Spider - This little spider was living on my mums this fall.  I have never seen one like it!
Buggy Iris - These little bugs love my purple bearded irises in the spring.
Jumping Spider - This little guy was living in my mailbox this summer.  What a gift to get in the mail!
Green Cuckoo Wasp on Echinacea - These beautiful wasps love my echinacea and sunflowers and I was lucky enough to catch them busy at work!
PEOPLE OF HIMACHAL PRADESH.INDIA USE TRUCK AS THEIR FAMILY TRANSPORT.
The Montage Hotel in Laguna Beach has these beautiful grounds with phenomenal flower gardens. I spend a lot of time there with my camera
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
INNOCENT SMILE OF A CHILD LIVING IN A SLUM.

INNOCENT SMILE OF A CHILD LIVING IN A SLUM.

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Barrackpore., India
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 08.2010
Filed Under: People
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 7, 2010, 12:11 p.m.
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Camera Model: NIKON D50
Focal Length: 55mm
Shutter Speed: 1/30
Aperture: f11
ISO: ISO400
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