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Sunflowers Saying Goodmorning to the Sun
Upside-down jellyfish
A barren tree on Bulls Island
Alamosa Wildlife Refuge Reflections
A lone piece of driftwood off the coast of Boneyard Beach
Turtle beauty
Sitting eye
Fiesta de San Baltazar
Volcano, in salar of the uyuni
Altiplano lagoons in Atacama Desert, Chile
Water lily
Tepextate Harvest
Mezcaleros Unloading Maguey
A Beautiful Sunset
Stars In The Night
Lake McDonald
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Sun Rays
Swan Family Photo
IRIS IN BLACK
Wrong Season
Time Flys
Castle at Cliffs of Moher
13th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Tepextate Harvest

Tepextate agaves are revered for their herbaceous, vegetal flavor that is retained as it makes its way through a week of roasting, two weeks of fermenting, and finally trickling out of the fiery still that renders the sugars of the plant into spirits. They grow in harsh soil conditions, and often are harvested from a cleft of stone.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 06.2014
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