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Sailboat off the shores of Switzerland.
A spider hides in a pink flower in the morning.
Tantrik ritual during Buddha Purinima in Swayabotnath temple.Kathmandu.
Minnesota Wisconsin Railroad
Sailing Race in Puget Sound, Seattle, WA
My son and husband at a local concert in Vermont.
A tram approaches while flies hover around a wall plastered cow dungdung-cakes.
Volunteer firefighter smoking a cigar at the station
Grocery Shopping with Grandpa
St Louis Levee Statue
Prayer at the Temple Mount, site of the ancient Jewish temples, Old City, Jerusalem
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This is one section of the extensive underground tunnel system at Stony Batter. The tunnels were built as a way to transport artillery to turrets, part of New Zealand's World War II defense system. It
Peyton and Grandpa at the Zoo
Boston Pops Fireworks 2008
This haven from the desert sun lies at the base of Salvation Mountain in Niland, California. People frequently travel to see the man-made mountain built as a tribute to God's love.
Snow capped mountains peep through fluttering Prayer flags at 17100 ft.
Through Mountains
Big Indian Shop
My son Kevin and his cousin Caroline on July 4th 2009.
Fire in the Morning Sky
Rays
A young monk relaxes inside Enchey monastery.
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
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Kolkata, India
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 01.2010
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Filed Under: Travel
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Date Uploaded: Dec. 1, 2010, 6:20 a.m.
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