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harbor sunset in the San Francisco Bay
Walking Downtown.
Vernal Falls in Yosemite National Park
Bottles in the window of a store in the near abandoned coal town of Shawnee, Ohio
Clothes pins left on the clothes line of an abandon house.
Man Fishing in at the Gulf.
Fence I saw while traveling the back roads of Indiana.
northern california coastline
crossing the Golden Gate Bridge on a foggy day
Abandon shed found in New Albany, Ohio.
Bottles in a store window from days past.
sunset at Patrick's Point, CA
giant sequoia in Yosemite National Park
Tools that once belonged to a coal miner in Shawnee, Ohio.
stopping for lunch on the Pacific Coast Highway in Northern California
Abandon shed in a corn field.
Corn of Eastern Ohio.
The pathway to life. 

With the glorious shimmer of the sun amongst a wooded area with darkness and shade can lead anyone, even a little child towards a pathway of light.
On the way to the lake, I had to stop the car to capture the old looking like tractor.
My brother just had his first child, and as you can see is completely happy.
While taking my best friend's boyfriend's senior photo's I was messing around with the settings on my camera, and I focused up on the baseball and I captured this photo.
Walking around Times Square.
At Fort Riley they have a lot of different memorials for all the fallen soldiers, and as I was passing by one I noticed there were flowers recently placed on a memorial.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
sunset at Patrick's Point, CA

sunset at Patrick's Point, CA

TAGS: California, United States

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 08.2011
Filed Under: Travel
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Date Uploaded: Sept. 5, 2011, 4:03 p.m.
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Camera Model: Canon PowerShot SD1300 IS
Focal Length: 10.9mm
Shutter Speed: 1/100
Aperture: f4
ISO: ISO125
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