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Scarecrows and a corn maize are the best way to spend a fall day.   Follow it up with a pumpkin patch and the grand selection!
Streets of Hong Kong
I arranged these flowers from my garden to take pictures for my photography class.
Group on their way to a traditional town parade
A child playing in Manila Bay (Philippines)
Streets of Essaouira (Morocco)
This first caught my eye because of the bright blubs strung across 
the window and then I noticed the lovely contrast between the brilliant 
blue sky and the white new portion of the mosque from the
Egyptians in camels on their way to the pyramids
While touring Vermont I stopped to admire the lake and mountains when this lone seagull landed on a post
Marrakech walls
Hats for sale on a street fair in Medellin, Colombia
Parati is a secluded port town on the southern Brazilian coast only accessible by boat 
which maintains its Portuguese fishing village architecture and routines.   Its a
 protected refuge and a deli
Rock formations in Cappadocia (Turkey)
I drove past this old hunting cover while on a photo expedition in the midwest. I had stop and go back.  It just screamed for a shot.
The Chicago Skyline reflected in the Anish Kappor's Cloud Gate in a sunny late Fall morning.
Farmer in northern Burgos, Spain
Walking around Bushkill Falls
Id gone on a bit of a hunt for Anton Gaudi architecture in 
Barcelona one afternoon and found the light just wonderful.   
This pair of dormers was perched in a 19th c portion of town.
'Sabong' (Cockfighting) in a small village of Luzon (Philippines)
Hualapai's housing
Girl on the beach
I spent three weeks in India and two of them in Mumbai.   This is a common occurrence 
at major intersections during peak gridlock periods.  The visual chaos is augmented with 
incessant noise chaos
I was leaving my grandson's baseball and saw this sunset sky.
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Parati is a secluded port town on the southern Brazilian coast only accessible by boat which maintains its Portuguese fishing village architecture and routines. Its a protected refuge and a deli

Parati is a secluded port town on the southern Brazilian coast only accessible by boat which maintains its Portuguese fishing village architecture and routines. Its a protected refuge and a delightful stop with no cars and small size.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 02.2008
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 28, 2010, 9:50 a.m.
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