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Dreams do come true.
Old and new--St Thomas Episcopal Church against the cityscape of New York's 5th Avenue.
Fry Bread- Native American roadside food in New Mexico
Chrysler Building
a multiple exposure (self-portrait) taken on a train ride to Kansas City, Missouri. The beams are from a bridge over the Mississippi River
Reflection of buildings along New York's 48th St. as workers wash the sidewalk.
Overlooking Medelln Colombia from above.
Witnessing a leopard kill in South Africa
Wheels at the seashore.
Impala Lily in winter South Africa
A sailboat rudder becomes a door's decoration in Solomons, Maryland.
This young man, his dog, and family are the only inhabitants of an Island in Lake Nicaragua known locally as "Island of the Dead".  He and his sister gave me a tour of the ancient drawings found in th
Curious baby Elephant in South Africa
Female leopard in South Africa guarding her kill
Picture of an eye with a reflection of a melting Venice in the Iris.
Birth of Taya Riley Vance on November 15, 2009
Thanksgiving in Trafalgar Square for "afternoon tea" in the National Gallery
Throwing the football
A storm rolling in
List of Arrivals: Autumn
Flower in the neighbors yard
Art is Bountiful
A Squirrel in our back yard.
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
This young man, his dog, and family are the only inhabitants of an Island in Lake Nicaragua known locally as "Island of the Dead". He and his sister gave me a tour of the ancient drawings found in th

This young man, his dog, and family are the only inhabitants of an Island in Lake Nicaragua known locally as "Island of the Dead". He and his sister gave me a tour of the ancient drawings found in the lava beds...

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© Mary Crommett.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 09.2008
Filed Under: People
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Date Uploaded: Sept. 28, 2010, 1:04 p.m.
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Camera Model: Canon PowerShot S3 IS
Focal Length: 30.2mm
Shutter Speed: 1/400
Aperture: f4
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