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Krause Springs
Where the Grand Canyon begins
His last day...before he deploys once again for Afghanistan.
Road into the Past
Sunset Snack -- Sanderlings at sundown
It is not the key, but the process of unlocking
A fallen leaf during a cold morning.
The first fallen acorn of the season.
Santa Maria - a candle that is lit as a sign of faith, hope & assurance.
Sand, Stones, Dead Leaves & Bone
The Cathedral. A glimpse of the famed San Fernando Cathedral in San Antonio, Texas.
Canoe at Sundown on the Napo River
A Silence of Echoes
Denver's Union Station on a sunny summer day.
Exploring granmothers garden creatures.
An old childhood playhouse
Sometimes working isn't that bad...when you have a backdrop like this.
There is happiness in both the dark and the light- but joy comes only from life lived in both.
A Fish Tank from Above.
Cappodocia in the Fall
Teeming with Life
The rock formations in the Alabama Hills, west of Lone Pine, California on a sunny winter afternoon. 

They're beautiful in color, but converting the image into black and white, gives it an otherwor
Woman working on an oriental rug that takes about a year to complete.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Canoe at Sundown on the Napo River

Canoe at Sundown on the Napo River

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Date Taken: 12.2010
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