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A voodoo tomb in St. Louis Cemetery No. 1, New Orleans, LA.
Te Pito o Tehe Nua means the navel of the world. The original name of Easter Island describes his remoteness, an immense natural barriers have slowed progress, allowing the Rapa Nui village to preserv
Windsor Castle garden.
Grazing the meadow.
A young swan is looking for a partner. This is the time when birds form pairs, often for life. Mother Nature helps birds and animals - with all his might.
Foggy waters.
Looking up in astonishment at the Notre Dame Cathedral.
Windsor Castle in Berkshire, England.
Little One
Standing beneath the Eiffel Tower.
Staring at the Eiffel Tower atop a double-decker bus in Paris, France.
Dumpster diving royalty.
Coyote killed on the side of Village Road.
Viewing the Arc de Triomphe, this time on foot.
Humu Tahu is a public Rapa Nui feast then gathers the entire community around a hole in the ground, covered with palm leaves, where fish and vegetables are cooked over hot stones. The elders maintain
Staring at the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, France atop a double-decker bus.
"Village Goat"

Shot with Canon G9
Snowfall in the sunlight. Tablet camera.
Old men gathering and talking around park benches Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain
Steamboat on the Mississippi River, seen from the bank in New Orleans, LA.
Faith
This image is the result of experimenting with a digital media in tribute to Man ray. And the result is a digital rayogram.
French Lady Falconer rushing on horseback. The American eagle sitting glove. There is a strong bond because they are kindred spirits.
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Dumpster diving royalty.

Dumpster diving royalty.

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Date Taken: 09.2012
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