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This up-close image of the Eiffel Tower at midnight when the entire tower sparkles with lights was created by stitching two separate photos together.
Horse and Carriage ride in Charleston, SC
This up-close picture of the Eiffel Tower during sunset in Paris, France, was created by stitching two separate photos together.
This up-close picture of the Eiffel Tower during sunset in Paris, France, was created by stitching two separate photos together.
Ralph up in my tree showing love.
This up-close picture of the Eiffel Tower during sunset in Paris, France, was created by stitching two separate photos together.
This picture was taking at Lake erie. It was in the freezing cold at dark and I had no clue this photo would come out like this.
Keeping my eye on you.
My friends and I wanted to dress up really weirdly for halloween. We decided that they will dress up like patients and I am the surgeon.  The story is that the surgeon failed with the patient.
This photo was taken inside the small courtyard of Sint Servaasbasiliek in Maastricht, The Netherlands.
The water was flowing very slowly, and the birds were singing high up in the tree. Lithia Park, Oregon.
During the Vietnamese invasion of Cambodia in 1979, the Khmer Rouge entrenched themselves in Bokor Hill Station. Now, located in Bokor National Park, Bokor Hill Station is a ghost town with dilapidate
Midwestern kid on the Westcoast
Country Fall Driveway in my hometown
A Visit to the Pacific
A female Calliope Hummingbird gets a sip of nectar from our feeder.
Driving to California
An extraordinary 230-year period of religious fervor resulted in creation of ~4400 temples in Bagan. Thats about 19 temples built per year, for 230 consecutive years! The number of temples I could see
Cooling off on a hot summer day
I am small... Stout Grove, California
In the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee
Daddy and daughter at the reflection pool
Web of wonder
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
During the Vietnamese invasion of Cambodia in 1979, the Khmer Rouge entrenched themselves in Bokor Hill Station. Now, located in Bokor National Park, Bokor Hill Station is a ghost town with dilapidate

During the Vietnamese invasion of Cambodia in 1979, the Khmer Rouge entrenched themselves in Bokor Hill Station. Now, located in Bokor National Park, Bokor Hill Station is a ghost town with dilapidated buildings covered in bright orange lichen.

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Date Taken: 09.2011
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