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Seagulls in flight - Picture taken in the back bays of Atlantic City, NJ.
Image of an old bridge as seen looking through another old bridge at an area park.
Picture I took of butterflies in the park on a hot summer day.
si-o-se bridge in Isfahan baby day-by nikon d-90 Capture-
Explaining to my daughter how lucky we are to be born Americans this past July 4th.
A dancer performs with her troupe at Hong Kong's Ngong Ping 360 tourist attraction.
The Mayon Volcano in silhouette from across the bay.
Two caged birds are hanged while an aircraft is flying freely!
Local boys playing cricket near runway while an aircraft is going to land.
Local boys playing and running the wheels near runway.
Local boys taking bath in the lake near the runway while an aircraft is going to land.
My wife bravely broke through the flood, to reach home from her office, in a  cart, named becak.
People were so kind, pushing the cart, and  assisting her perseverance.
A fly suddenly perched on a leave , and there was  a tiny droplet of water in the mouth.
Ducks on a log in Audobon Park in New Orleans, Louisiana.
The tracks the streetcars on St. Charles Avenue roll down in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Walking the streets of New Orleans as a new freshman college student.
Taking a break from arachnid research in Belize, Central America at a waterfall in the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary.
Taking a road trip - crossing the Bay St. Louis bridge in Mississippi.
A magnificent tree in Audobon Park in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Rows of trees behind the monestary I stayed at while studying abroad in Avila, Spain.
A clear difference in water depth in the Atlantic Ocean of Belize, Central America while traveling to Glover's Reef Atoll.
Waiting in a shark cage at Glover's Reef Atoll in Belize after throwing Lion Fish bait into the water, which would soon attract both sharks and stingrays.
Happy as can be while walking Ben the Beagle on the Ocean Springs, Mississippi beach!
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
My wife bravely broke through the flood, to reach home from her office, in a cart, named becak. People were so kind, pushing the cart, and assisting her perseverance.

My wife bravely broke through the flood, to reach home from her office, in a cart, named becak. People were so kind, pushing the cart, and assisting her perseverance.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 01.2013
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Date Uploaded: July 20, 2013, 2:53 a.m.
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Camera Model: Canon PowerShot ELPH 110 HS
Focal Length: 4.3mm
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