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Great American Classics
Empire State Building
Hot air balloons..me and mini me
Giant otter eating his lunch
Cutting horse in action during Houston Rodeo
Great foliage
The Three Horsemen
North American P-51 Flight Demonstration Team
Little people of Central Park
At the Washington, D.C. zoo and the donkeys are in the background challenging each other.
fairy magic on  Broome's western australian iconic beach "cable beach" traditionally known for its crystal blue waters and white sand, but equally as stunning and magical on sunset...
My daughter intensely petting a chicken
Greenbrier East Spartan, Andrew Sienkiewicz at bat---hits a triple during baseball game against Princeton
New Zealand, Franz Joseph Glacier
I was at the beach in Accra, Ghana-West Africa.
Walking down a lane in Ireland
My son's reflection in a fish tank at the zoo.
My daughter who had her face painted
We were on a vacation in New Zealand summer 2010. We took a helicopter ride to Franz Joseph glacier and were walking on the glacier with ice pics and crampons for the first time in our lives. My son A
walking across a bridge and took a picture of the landscape in Ghana, West Africa
Carousel Central Park NY
Butterfly at play or at rest???
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
fairy magic on Broome's western australian iconic beach "cable beach" traditionally known for its crystal blue waters and white sand, but equally as stunning and magical on sunset...

fairy magic on Broome's western australian iconic beach "cable beach" traditionally known for its crystal blue waters and white sand, but equally as stunning and magical on sunset...

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Broome, Australia
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© anita casey.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 08.2011
Filed Under: Travel
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 21, 2011, 5:48 p.m.
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Camera Model: GT-I9000
Focal Length: 3.8mm
Shutter Speed: 1/4772
Aperture: f2.6
ISO: ISO50
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