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The image taken showed the leaping dance of red-crowned cranes can be both a courtship dance and a sign of aggression.These stunning birds have really captivated my interest. Nikon D3S, AFS 600mm f4 V
It was scorching Sunday afternoon of the summer when we entered the Park in the 4x4 jeep. While we were waiting for the tiger to come to the pond for drinks, this large male Sambar (Rusa unicolor)sudd
We entered the Park in the 4x4 jeep and followed the pug marks, a sudden alarm calls which gives signs of a carnivore around,and what we saw was unbelievable the huge, beautiful predator. Nikon D3S, A
I tried to capture the in flight Japanese cranes (Grus Japonensis)while they flew away from me, with the snowy & colorful woodland as a back drop that leave a lasting impression. By Nikon D3S, AFS 600
A sudden alarm calls given by the Gray langurs which gives signs of a carnivore around, we saw was unbelievable. The huge, beautiful predator, Leopard (Panthera pardus). By Nikon D3S, AFS 70-200mm f2.
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Vacationing on Vancouver Island, my husband and I went for a walk on the beach, there was a surf class going on and the instructors were walking into the ocean.
Getting coffee one weekday morning at the general store in Amagansett, NY. This was outside.
Biking through the Netherlands to see the tulips in bloom, the fog was transforming the landscape to black and white.
While riding in a taxi in Morocco, we passed a local bus and the faces of the woman and child in her lap were captivating.
Amidst the chic boutiques, upscale restaurants and traffic jammed towns, these local fisherman are hard at work on a Sunday afternoon in the Hamptons.
Walking the financial district in lower Manhattan on a windy day, the flags of the exchange catch my eye.
Of all the animals we saw on our lifelong dream trip to South Africa, the giraffe was my favorite - and i think she knew it!
Navigating the souks for the first time in Marrakesch, Morocco - exhilirating, intoxicating, confusing and overwhelmingly wonderful.
While chasing the Northern Lights 15 miles within the Arctic Circle, in Tromso, Norway, we were stunned by the beauty (and the cold) of the setting sun over a fjords.
One of the many wonderful reptiles at Clyde Peelings Reptileland
Going back in time at Harpers Ferry National Park
A dangerous storm
My niece getting ready to jump in the pool on a hot summer evening.
Family business in Valles Centrales Sunday market in Tlacolula City, Oaxaca State, Mexico. This is a strong part of the economy among Zapotec Indians in this region.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Biking through the Netherlands to see the tulips in bloom, the fog was transforming the landscape to black and white.

Biking through the Netherlands to see the tulips in bloom, the fog was transforming the landscape to black and white.

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Amagansett, New York, United States of America
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 04.2011
Filed Under: Travel
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Date Uploaded: June 5, 2011, 11:59 p.m.
Camera Make: Panasonic
Camera Model: DMC-ZS7
Focal Length: 29.9mm
Shutter Speed: 1/250
Aperture: f4.5
ISO: ISO640
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