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A man trying to capture a scene of a huge lenticular cloud over the Alabama Hills.
This Vervet Monkey wasn't going to let me pass without travel documents and my passport.  He tried to make a deal and wanted a banana to look the other way.
Lighting of candles.
Looking outside of the cabin on an early morning at Smokey Mountains
An old man staring off looks like he is lost in thought. The advertisement in the background looks as if it is a cut from one of his many memories.
This is restaurant of the cave.
Here bustling with many pilgrims and local people.
As a Neurobiologist and an avid Art Photographer, "Life Science project is inspired by long lasting  confrontation with various biological specimens, contemplates issues of materialism,violence and mo
As a Neurobiologist and an avid Art Photographer, "Life Science project is inspired by long lasting  confrontation with various biological specimens, contemplates issues of materialism,violence and mo
Morning at Inle Lake.
As a Neurobiologist and an avid Art Photographer, "Life Science project is inspired by long lasting  confrontation with various biological specimens, contemplates issues of materialism,violence and mo
As a Neurobiologist and an avid Art Photographer, "Life Science project is inspired by long lasting  confrontation with various biological specimens, contemplates issues of materialism,violence and mo
Beach Huts at St. James Beach, Cape Town in South Africa.
As a Neurobiologist and an avid Art Photographer, "Life Science project is inspired by long lasting  confrontation with various biological specimens, contemplates issues of materialism,violence and mo
A wedding that I visited one Catholic church was unforgettable to me. The bride and groom were different culture and race, but the wedding was harmonious and tranquil.
As a Neurobiologist and an avid Art Photographer, "Life Science project is inspired by long lasting  confrontation with various biological specimens, contemplates issues of materialism,violence and mo
This image clicked at indore in india. rural girl making the Traditional art Sanjha.
A wild Tasmanian Devil (almost completely black, only 2% of the population) snoops around an existing carcass (not placed there) during the night.
Nothing makes me think of the rainforest more than brightly colored frogs like this Strawberry Poison Dart Frog sitting in a Wine Glass Mushroom in Costa Rica.
The woman in the picture showed tears that felt as if she was leaving a loved one.
Taken in Kruger National Park in South Africa.  While I really went to photograph the big predators, this became one of my favorites from the trip because it reminds me the most of what it felt like t
The hikers are climbing the Eureka sand dune at sunset, and the bokeh that come from soft beams of sunlight are making a great contour.
These residence and barn stand guard along the Vermillion Cliffs in northern Arizona.
A Spotted-Tail Quoll, the second largest carnivorous marsupial living in Tasmania, looks back towards the camera after triggering a camera trap on a trail.
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Beach Huts at St. James Beach, Cape Town in South Africa.

Beach Huts at St. James Beach, Cape Town in South Africa.

TAGS: South Africa

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© Megan Lorenz.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 08.2011
Filed Under: Travel
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 27, 2013, 12:33 a.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Focal Length: 26mm
Shutter Speed: 1/5
Aperture: f22
ISO: ISO100
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