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I thought you could only find these trailing the streets of San Francisco, but to my surprise Jacksonville, Oregon has a few up and running
It seemed like these little guys almost made a repeated pattern in this picture. Their bodies are silhouetted against the stagnant water.
Even Miles away this unique plateau stands out. It   looks almost ominous in the distance.
Miniature waterfall along a hike in Olympic National Park by Hot Springs Road. The road is currently closed due to Elwah River restoration project.
Mans Best Friend, always watching and listening never judging. Mr.Tosh watches tentatively as a couple make their way to the mailboxes of the apartment complex.
Not far from the air-force base Two Warthogs (A-10s) do a harmonized drills over head.
A beautiful dragonfly landed on my dying fern plant.
While camping, we went out to the dried up lake (due to a salvania infestation) and found this little guy. He appeared to be a young beaver and was munching on some water weeds.
The local Phoenix Oregon fire fighters test the water pressure of the fire truck hoses, they are heroes who protect this beautiful valley.
I was at the Tyler Zoo, and this beautiful leopard seemed as if he had better things to do then to entertain visitors. He seemed lost in thought.
New Orleans Sashay dance capturing NOLA
New Orleans Sashay carefree dance capturing the soul of NOLA
Some people have gargoyles, other have angels but this artistic person has this majestic dragon beast guarding the roof top of their exquisite home.
Hidden in the reeds a red winged black bird sings a passionate melody of love; as he tries to allure a mate.
Justin, a newly minted skylord, gazes against the Texas starlit sky.
This tractor struck my eye, it was literally a hunk of rust left forgotten beside a country store in Oregon. It was probably cream of the crop in its day.
I was camping at Lake Bistineaux and was infatuated with the line the Cypress trees would create but in the sky and in the murky swamps below.
A fossilized sea shell, in the desert. We found it when we got out to scout a rapid on the San Juan River
A barn that had been forgotten long ago. It once had many horse grazing around its land and was well kept with a beautiful red coat of paint.
I was driving down a long road deep Wine Country - and saw these beautiful paints perfectly align I pulled over at once set up my tripod and it was almost as if they were posing just for me.
There are heroes in this world who fight for the well being of injured animals. This majestic bird was injured in the wild render unable to fly. He is being rehabilitated at Wild Life Images, in Orego
While driving down a country road, we stopped to buy freshly grown strawberries. She was dressed in clothes that would protect her skin from the hot sunny days she would endure to make a living.
Interesting plants by a path in the rainforest of Hawaii
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
New Orleans Sashay carefree dance capturing the soul of NOLA

New Orleans Sashay carefree dance capturing the soul of NOLA

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Chalmette, Louisiana, United States of America
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© Leanne George.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 07.2011
Total Views: 54
Filed Under: People
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Date Uploaded: Aug. 8, 2011, 12:56 a.m.
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Camera Model: NIKON D7000
Focal Length: 35mm
Shutter Speed: 1/80
Aperture: f2.8
ISO: ISO1000
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