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A Century Plant Just From The Lavender Pit, Bisbee, Arizona
A visitor at Mount Bromo was standing staring at the sea sand that is very dusty due to the high activity of the vehicles which passing there. At the time of Mount Bromo would be filled by the communi
Creature
In the photo, a H'Mong girl was playing "Through the can" game, a very popular game of H'Mong's children in Moc Chau province, Vietnam.
Melting icebergs
I found the formation of this building very interesting.Captured in Instanbul in daylight
Rajasthan people are music on the sand dunes for their desert festival.
Just Another Day on the Beach-
My Grandaughter playing in the sand on the beach in Virginia.
Oddly beautiful...!
Mystique
Watching through an open curtain a man and a girl.  Instead of watching a movie inside the movie box, I opened the curtain and watched the real life - mostly persons walk in and out.
'ANNYAKUT'

THIS WAS TAKEN BY NIKON D90 CAMERA WITH 18-105 KIT LENS.
Hot Dog & Pretzels
Sled dogs in Northern Quebec.
caption-TOUCH OF LOVE
CAMERA- EOS 1000D
DIGITALLY MANIPULATED ON 25 NOV,2013
A Camel Shapherd
May 01 celebrations in Taksim Square
Ice breaking on Hudson Bay, Northern Quebec.
Pug and Pumpkin
Hello World!!!!-
My grandson, the newborn screaming out his first ever cry in the delivery room.
Collection of caribou antlers, Northern Quebec.
Beauty Beheld
captured at an overbridge in the afternon
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
'ANNYAKUT' THIS WAS TAKEN BY NIKON D90 CAMERA WITH 18-105 KIT LENS.

'ANNYAKUT' THIS WAS TAKEN BY NIKON D90 CAMERA WITH 18-105 KIT LENS.

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Shibpur, Howrah, India
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© Rabin Chakrabarti.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 11.2012
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Filed Under: Travel
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 28, 2013, 9:28 a.m.
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Camera Model: NIKON D90
Focal Length: 66mm
Shutter Speed: 1/160
Aperture: f8
ISO: ISO800
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