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Endangered Species, a tongue in cheek look at a possible future for humans and the world through art.
Endangered Species, a tongue in cheek look at a possible future for the world through art.
My neighbour 's Parsi cat
Endangered Species, a tongue in cheek look at a possible future for the world through art.
Wind breezes through little spider net.
Image of a male Lion being Chased by an African Buffalo Bull in the Kruger Park.
Kesennuma Japan Tsunami Aftermath 11/3/11, this freighter ship sits inland amongst houses and debris scattered all over the countryside. Taken during my volunteer visit to the area.
Kesennuma Japan Tsunami Aftermath 11/3/11, The boat sits inland amongst a sea of ruble, destroyed by one of the most powerful natural disasters to hit Japan.
Kesennuma Japan Tsunami Aftermath 11/3/11, very personal belongings are thrown across the ruins for all to see. Even the most private lives are exposed in such a natural disaster.
The Chapel was built in 1726 and stands above the city of Vc, Hungary.
Looking at the Ocean - Huntington Beach.
Kesennuma Japan Tsunami Aftermath, a shrine to the lost children of the state of Tohoku. 30,000 people missing, so children's toys and personal belongings are carefully placed in one place along the r
Kesennuma, Japan, aftermath of the 11/3/11 Tsunami, Burnt out cars sit amongst a graveyard of debris that was once a bustling town centre.
Wet plate portrait of Keith Wright
Aftermath, 11/3/11 Tsunami, Kesennuma, Tohoku Japan. The worst hit area from the Earthquake Tsunami. After carried from the port, a freighter sits a top burnt out cars and houses, 4 miles inland.
Sunset from Cottrell Island
Kesennuma, Japan,Train Station, 180 Panorama. A freighter sits inland amongst 4 miles of burnt out cars and houses, carried there by the March 11/11 Tsunami, Tohoku Japan, during, taken 1 month later
Dawn in the Gulf of Mexico
I captured this image during a field trip to a local natural conservatory.
While visiting the Butterfly conservatory in Niagara Falls, I came upon this beautiful butterfly. I have always wanted to go back since.
Dawn Ring of Kerry, Irelaand
Watching the sunset
My grandfather
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Kesennuma Japan Tsunami Aftermath, a shrine to the lost children of the state of Tohoku. 30,000 people missing, so children's toys and personal belongings are carefully placed in one place along the r

Kesennuma Japan Tsunami Aftermath, a shrine to the lost children of the state of Tohoku. 30,000 people missing, so children's toys and personal belongings are carefully placed in one place along the ruins as a temple to the lost and the dead.

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Date Taken: 04.2011
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