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The Cathedral in Downtown Dallas was the First Catholic Parish. It is one of a handful of original Dallas buildings that dates to the Nineteenth Century, making it a rare historic gem in an ultramoder
Fire dancers telling the story of how the Polynesian people came to Hawaii. Taken at a Luau in Kauai, Hawaii.
This and That It blue things + extra blue lighting
Photo of a Fire Dancer at a Luau in Kauai, Hawaii. Movement and fire on a dark evening made the shot of the evening.
Florida Natives, my wife and I have never seen Lake Okeechobee from ground level.  We take a drive atop the dike which surrounds the lake and catch a stunning sunset painting the sky and skipping its
Dancing in the rain - Untitiled (Three Dancing Figures) Version A, Editon 2/3, 1989 Painted aluminum dancing figures by Keith Haring. The sculpture is located at the corner of the Moscone Convention C
The Yukon White Pass Railroad ride from Alaska, which follows the Klondite trail that the miner used as described by Jack London.
set up in my home Montezuma Ia I used a blue light for extra light sorse
Sometimes we find a reflection we weren't expecting.
Surfing in San Francisco under the Golden Gate Bridge
The Le Pouce (The Thumb), designed by French sculptor Csar (Baldaccini) in 1963, is one of the many sculptures collected in the Clos Pegase sculpture garden. The bronze sculpture stands six-foot tall.
Spending the day on Cannon Beach with my daughter and her future step-son, I catch the three year old in deep thought leaving Haystack Rock in the background.  What world problems may he be pondering
Teckneck in lighting
Boys will be boys, my daughter's future step-son is caught taking a closer look at the Tillamoook Cheese factory, on the wrong side of the rail.  At three years old, not quite ready to read the warnin
This is the end.com grafitti sprayed over text on a window.
Sun over Haystack Rock
Here's lookin' at you--as experienced in the produce section while shopping for veggies.
While hiking the rim of Crater Lake, one can not help but notice the reflection of the inner walls on the deep blue lake and reflect within themselves this beauty the world offers and our responsibili
Through the tree trunk a face from the 12th century stares back.
After a long way in the Portuguese coast, he rested from his trip and get their feet wet
Happy with a hula hoop at the Live Oak Park Crafts Fair.
My wife and I are hiking the rim of Crater Lake in Oregon and one can not help but being drawn in to the deep blue of the two thousand foot deep lake created over seven thousand years ago by Mount Maz
Dancers waiting their turn at the Solano Stroll--some 300,000 attended.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Spending the day on Cannon Beach with my daughter and her future step-son, I catch the three year old in deep thought leaving Haystack Rock in the background. What world problems may he be pondering

Spending the day on Cannon Beach with my daughter and her future step-son, I catch the three year old in deep thought leaving Haystack Rock in the background. What world problems may he be pondering as his toes squish through the wet sand?

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 03.2011
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 4, 2011, 1:29 a.m.
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