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Lunar sceneries in Iceland with abandoned structures used to dry fish.
Lunar sceneries in Iceland with abandoned structures used to dry fish.
Sunrise in Bulabog Beach
Lunar sceneries in Iceland with abandoned structures used to dry fish.
Lunar sceneries in Iceland with abandoned structures used to dry fish.
Sunset in Boracay Island
Lunar sceneries in Iceland with abandoned structures used to dry fish.
Lunar sceneries in Iceland with abandoned structures used to dry fish.
Lunar sceneries in Iceland with abandoned structures used to dry fish.
Gate to Pinnacle nature reserve Canberra
Shrine of Valor in Infrared Camera
Self-portrait at Bulabog Beach
Jade Playing
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Crystal Clear waters in Quezon Province
Corella beside Canberra Australia lake
Flowers @ Lakeview Manors
Macro shooting in Antipolo, Rizal, Phils.
EVERYONE IS GONE. The day after an town fair and the only thing left standing was this.
Sunset and boat off Manhatten Beach
'Socialist Fireflies' are images concentrated on buildings, overcrowded spaces and the lack of intimacy; invasion, voyeurism and the obsession of the east with the west and vice-versa; duality, suffoc
'Socialist Fireflies' are images concentrated on buildings, overcrowded spaces and the lack of intimacy; invasion, voyeurism and the obsession of the east with the west and vice-versa; duality, suffoc
'Socialist Fireflies' are images concentrated on buildings, overcrowded spaces and the lack of intimacy; invasion, voyeurism and the obsession of the east with the west and vice-versa; duality, suffoc
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Self-portrait at Bulabog Beach

Self-portrait at Bulabog Beach

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© Vivencio Rojas.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 11.2011
Filed Under: Travel
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 6, 2011, 2:25 a.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Focal Length: 23mm
Shutter Speed: 1/0
ISO: ISO100
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