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Misty Pond
Little Brown Mushrooms
Homeless and hopeless
State of emergency, Washington, DC following the blizzard of 2010
Wave at Carmel Beach
Aruba's natural pool
An antique shop in Florida brings together every imaginable piece of ephemera from the past 100 years.
Unspoiled, vibrant beauty of Snowdonia National Park.
Lovely Mountains
This Calico Scallop is trying to flip itself back into the water after being washed up by the tide by opening and then snapping it's shell. Each of those little dark dots is actually an eye, which can
Shoe washed up on beach after Hurricane Ike
We throw shells into the ocean at Jones Beach each New Years day with wishes for the new year written on them .My son was telling his Dad "don't throw shells that don't make sense."
In this seductively charming village on the Cinque Terra, all life is a little slower and more beautiful. I found even the fluttering laundry hung out to dry to be utterly captivating.
Every day the tide on this little island brings in thousands of shells. My dad hunts for rare and beautiful ones while trying not to crush any under foot. Shelling is such a popular activity, they cal
The overcast gloom only adds to the majestic feel of this small beach. It was late in the day, the tide was flowing out rapidly, and only one person still remained playing in the water.
Hunting in Condon Montana
Driving down the coast
Afternoon hike
Montana living
Out on a afternoon hike!
Hard Life- Indian Desert
Hard day at the office!!
If Edward Hopper had set Night Hawks in Italy, it would have looked something like this. 

My mom and I got caught in the rain and took shelter in this Gelateria for a late-night coffee.
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
We throw shells into the ocean at Jones Beach each New Years day with wishes for the new year written on them .My son was telling his Dad "don't throw shells that don't make sense."

We throw shells into the ocean at Jones Beach each New Years day with wishes for the new year written on them .My son was telling his Dad "don't throw shells that don't make sense."

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 01.2010
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