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Beautiful Moraine Lake
Water is the most vital and most wasted resource.
When I saw this scene , I had no doubt, the ball was the earth and the 2 men were trying to save the planet that was lacking clean water.
Surprising it let me get this close to it with a macro attachment on my D80.  One shot was all the little two inch frog would allow.
A Fish Out Of Water.

How appropriate to find this Hawaiian fish spray painted on the side of a city building in downtown Honolulu.     A-L-O-H-A !!
Beautiful Moraine Lake View
Four! Foursome for golf.
A Winter's Chill
Uh oh...bad dog! Little girl is captivated at the sight of a dog -- not real -- "peeing" on an auto tire at a car show.
A Fall Collection
Failed to get place inside the train people were seated at the roof of the train during the time of Eid-ul Fetar-biggest Muslim religious festival, all wide Bangladesh mainly targeting to go origin ho
Beautiful Spring Morning at Daffodil Hill
Striking white flower stands out against a dull background.
Monk in Nara Japan
Approximately two meters long, this wild crocodile lays on its belly as I lay flat on mine and we stare head to head. I don't recall exactly how far I was from it, but I do remember my adrenaline pump
Beautifull fall colors.
Summer Picnic
Chicoteague stallion.
Drinking from the nectar of immortality,Amrit.
Walking along the street in Kyoto's Gion
My daughter on the lake having enjoyed a Fanta orange pop
Pretty bird takes off from resting on some flowers.
View of jellyfish.
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Beautiful Spring Morning at Daffodil Hill

Beautiful Spring Morning at Daffodil Hill

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© Erin Brown.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 04.2010
Filed Under: Travel
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Date Uploaded: Dec. 1, 2010, 4:49 a.m.
Camera Make:
Camera Model: NIKON D80
Focal Length: 44mm
Shutter Speed: 1/250
Aperture: f8
ISO: ISO250
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