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Watching Climbers going up #45 Sand Dune in Namiba, Africa
Looking up
A woolly monkey going after an orange.
Maasai men doing the "jumping dance"
Flowers at Central Park
A buckeye butterfly obtains a meal from a black-eyed susan flower in Lincoln Park Zoo's newly re-created Nature Boardwalk, an inner city natural oasis.
The world is enchanting with just a hint of golden dust and a walk in the park can convert into a dream into a far far land.
The lake I once used to live on before my family lost everything, Lake Maitland, Maitland, FL. I keep this as my desktop background to remind me why I go to school, work really hard, and have the driv
View of Stanley Marsh's "Cadillac Ranch" outside of Amarillo. Half-buried cars date from 1949 to 1963.
Relaxing in our friends Peace Corps village , I noticed this young girl doing a non typical American chore of herding a flock of sheep. She was in control of them.
Jeeping Through the Negev
Fledgling cardinal in a friend's backyard in Georgia.
Walking through an orchid show.
Old Glory towering against azure sky as seen from an arcade at the Union Station
WWII memorial
My son holding a turtle for sale at the market in Iquito, Peru.
Sunset and Desecheo
A Polar Bear Down
The leader of the Maasai people...
Dragonfly Resting
Entertaining Hawaiian Night Hula
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Relaxing in our friends Peace Corps village , I noticed this young girl doing a non typical American chore of herding a flock of sheep. She was in control of them.

Relaxing in our friends Peace Corps village , I noticed this young girl doing a non typical American chore of herding a flock of sheep. She was in control of them.

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Boxford, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Date Taken: 05.2011
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