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Clammer on the mud flats of Blue Sac beach, Nova Scotia
Sultan Mosque taken early in the morning
"Eyes Into the Soul"  A lioness stares me down as I take her picture.
Moth
memento
Bird striking the water
Rising full moon through tall grass at Outer Banks
over clouds in the north of Iran
A view of the coastline and Pololu bay on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Damselfly, backlighting supplied by sunlight reflections off water.
I found a diamond on the street.
nikon d7000, 1/250s-f8,iso 250, 17-55 f2.8g.
holy is a fastival of colors salibrated all ovre india, image shows few of the thousands of men and women salibrating with colors and dance on streets of
Peering through a fallen sequoia with carvings from the 1800s at those still growing
Mary Kang pretends to be a wizard from J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series.
Close-up of tulip at world-famous Keukenhof Gardens, near Leiden, The Netherlands
Salida Kayaks
Drive-Thru- A gas station, convenient store, and a drive-thru liquor store all in one, in Ennis, TX.
Steeplejack climbing church spire, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Fuzzy Bee on a black-eyed Susan.
Asian serenity in The Java Sea.
Portrait of a drummer.
Elephant Herd
Woman Walking:  A woman in a red jacket walks alone along a coastal road.
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
nikon d7000, 1/250s-f8,iso 250, 17-55 f2.8g. holy is a fastival of colors salibrated all ovre india, image shows few of the thousands of men and women salibrating with colors and dance on streets of

nikon d7000, 1/250s-f8,iso 250, 17-55 f2.8g. holy is a fastival of colors salibrated all ovre india, image shows few of the thousands of men and women salibrating with colors and dance on streets of a village near chota udapur in gujarat india

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Date Taken: 03.2013
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