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My Uncle's back yard.
Ban Kong Lo is located in the Phu Hin Bun National Protected Area of central Laos. The contrast between the jagged, black limestone cliffs and the endless sea of vibrant rice fields makes Ban Kong Lo
Fishing with my older brother at Big Bear Lake was once again fantastic.
My husband the Airman on board watching and taking puctures of refueling jets hookup.
Ribbon.
Zap!
An Old Soul. As I strolled the streets of Kathmandu, I noticed a young girl in the distance watching me with a shy curiosity. Her face was mostly expressionless, but her eyes reflected an oceanic dept
During a particularly hot day in Kathmandu, a man dressed in a brilliant blue shirt took refuge from the midday sun in Durbar Square. His forlorn expression and slumped posture caught my eye as I sat
See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil
The T-Shirt gave the message
Purity in the Eyes
Trying to Catch the Train
Crystals
buried in the sand
Canadian Colors
the dying phenomena - dead sea is disappearing
At the beach with my best friend.
Windy Day, But The Flag Stands Proud.
my footprints in the sand
up close to stratification
While trekking through the jungle in Bokor National Park, Cambodia, I came across this fascinating but unknown species of lizard.
Saying goodbye to the ocean before heading back to school.
Hall of Moss, Olympic NP
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Trying to Catch the Train

Trying to Catch the Train

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Date Taken: 04.2013
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 3, 2013, 4:49 p.m.
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