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Nepali weaving
This is a photo of my mother drying my daughter after a swim.
I took this right before a huge storm in the mountains of Guatemala.
Kayakers racing each other on Lake Payette, McCall, Idaho.
I took this on a mission trip to Guatemala. I like to call it "A Horse and His Boy"
My daughter, playing in a stone fountain at a local garden.
I went on a mission trip to Guatemala then stayed for language school in Antigua. This was right outside of my school. It's Antigua's famous arch. I climbed that volcano in the background, too.
Some shells, just sitting on the grass by a beach, looking pretty as a picture.
I took this on top of a huge hill overlooking Barcelona, Spain.
This old man was smelling flowers in the botanical gardens in Madrid, Spain. He was just too precious not to capture.
The inside of a dilapidated old cabin in the marsh-ridden ghost town of Drawbridge, CA.
I took this while on a mission trip to Guatemala. I was blown away that these were homes that people actually lived in. However, looking back at the photo, they are more blessed than me, because they
Looking out towards the railroad tracks, through the empty window panes of an abandoned cabin in the ghost town of Drawbridge, CA
I took this on a mission trip to Guatemala. This little Mayan girl was standing on a hill by the church in her village. She is simply stunning.
I was just taking pictures of the dew, and this little lady bug just flew into my shot! I captured a few of it just walking around on the grass, and didn't even realize I got this one of it spreading
The eye of a Butterfly
View form Mt. Lafayette on the Franconia Ridge Trail in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
Hummingbird visits with an Iguana near Volcan Arenal, Costa Rica
This picture was taken on on the beach
A view from the Palatine in Rome.
mirrored person
life floating
My children, in mid-puddle stomp.
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
I took this while on a mission trip to Guatemala. I was blown away that these were homes that people actually lived in. However, looking back at the photo, they are more blessed than me, because they

I took this while on a mission trip to Guatemala. I was blown away that these were homes that people actually lived in. However, looking back at the photo, they are more blessed than me, because they wake up every morning to that view!

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Marietta, Georgia, United States of America
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© Julia Fenner.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 06.2008
Filed Under: Travel
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Date Uploaded: Aug. 4, 2010, 9:51 p.m.
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