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Beach in Washington
Trail to a beach on the coast of Washington
Beach at night in La Push, Washington.
My solo camp site near Roxy Ann Lake in Colorado, taken with a self timer.
Falling rain droplets at night.
Mating moths became prey to a Lynx spider.
Kisses and hugs in the stands
water through moss to ice into iron, along side a watterfall in the winter
Bahrain at Dusk.
This shot wast taken during a visit in May 2010. For me it's an example old meets new, where you have the World Trade Center to the right, and prayer temples to the left.
Young pearl spotted owl taken at the National Aviary
This baby robin just left it's nest for the first time, I like to call this shot learning to fly
Queen of Storm Mtn. holds court.
train spotting along the Norfolk Southern line in Harrison Township Pennsylvania
while spending the day at the Pittsburgh Zoo we had the opportunity to get photographed with an elephant.
Grandpa says it's time to go home.  After spending a fun afternoon playing in the snow on the banks of the Hudson River, this little girl reluctantly concedes.
On a cold January day, sheets of ice like broken glass covered the sand and driftwood on this Hudson River beach.
Going to the caves with family and friends
Seeing the caves in Boonsboro with my family and friends.
Canada Geese on the Hudson River at Dusk
Net fishing as the tide moves in.
Hiking along the road to Hana.
I was shooting with my Nikon D3000, traveling with my new husband on our honeymoon in Alaska. This is a shot of dusk (at 10:30 at night), with some lazy fishing boats and gorogous alpenglow.We were st
Strolling down China Town
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Queen of Storm Mtn. holds court.

Queen of Storm Mtn. holds court.

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Date Taken: 06.2008
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