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A day in the life of a porter
Ocean's sunset
Always takes my breath away
Homeward bound
Great Egret Rescue 2
Night Herons
We were at a album release party held at the Howard Theater for Bootsy Collins.
City Harbour
Covered Wagon
Dive
Sun lights Atomic Bomb Dome where once the atom bomb detonated
Great Egret Rescue 1
Camp
The 2017 solar eclipse through the lens of my camera.
A tree frog in my plant
Roasted Mushroom
Seagull life
Children playing in Chefchaouen
Attraction
Broadway Lights Inside Alcatraz
Greenlandic Reflections
Sky Wilderness
15th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Sun lights Atomic Bomb Dome where once the atom bomb detonated

On August 6th 1945 at 8:15 AM the first nuclear bomb used on humanity detonated 600 meters above the landmark Hiroshima Exhibition Hall. Preserved as a new type of landmark, the Dome sheds light on the horrors of Nuclear warfare, lest we forget.

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PHOTO LOCATION Hiroshima , Japan