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Red-line train - the T - Boston
Driving along interstate four near Haines City I observed 2 air balloons floating in sky.  I grabbed my work camera, an inexpensive HP digital pocket work camera and shot the image.  When I later view
Sitting across the Potomac river in Washington, D.C., a couple is enjoying the 4th of July's fireworks.
Path of light on the Pacific.
Goodbye Song in Tumu Tumu

This photo was taken as we left the Greenbelt cooperative in the Kikuyu village of Tumu Tumu, Kenya.  It was hard to take because I was crying at having to leave these won
A man is traveling with his unique buddy....
reflections on an autumn day
Our guys doing what they do best
Homeless yet happy; happiness is what you make it
Baboon Mother and Child
umbrella insurance
Yippee! A little boy makes his first leap into the ocean.
Mother & her child..........at a village near Sundarban, India
The floor at the Venetian Casino
Sleepy Lioness - taken in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania
Two oldage womans happy moment after meet long time,
Yunnan, China
MY DAUGHTER AND I STARTING OUR DAY HIKE FROM THE APPALACHIAN MOUNTAIN CLUB  MITZPAH HUT.
Fire dancer on Saint Lucia.
Shades of Grey
Thomas's 1st Camping Trip - Exploring the River
Orb Weaver Spider fixing his web at night after a storm.
During a visit to one of my clients who managed a mobile home park in Winter Haven Florida I observed this serene lake.  A perfectly quiet setting.
100 Old stage coach stop now Victoria home
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Yippee! A little boy makes his first leap into the ocean.

Yippee! A little boy makes his first leap into the ocean.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 06.2009
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 3, 2011, 3:36 p.m.
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