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"Can I tell you something Daddy?"

My co-worker sharing a moment with his daughter at the T-Bones game in Kansas City.
Sunrise over the Sea of Galilee, Gai Beach Hotel, Israel.  Nikon D300, 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 lens.  1/640 second at f/8, ISO 200.
Detail, Dome of the Rock, Temple Mount, Jerusalem
The ride. A chariot ridding thru the Siq in Petra.
Outcast at the Halloween parade, Alexandria, Virginia
A street vendor in a rural village, Maharastra, India
Signpost at the top of Cadillac Mountain, Acadia National Park, Maine.  Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1, 7-14mm f/4 lens, 1/200 second at f/11, ISO 100.
A horizontally protruding coconut tree sticks out over the beach on San Pedro Town, Ambergris Caye, Belize.
A father and his three sons play in monsoon rains in the slums of Bandra East, Mumbai.
Bass Harbor Lighthouse, Acadia National Park, Maine.  Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1, 7-14mm f/4 lens, 1/640s at f/8, ISO 200.
Tourists and locals alike, spend time hanging out next to Boracay Rock, formerly Willy's Rock, where a statue of the Virgin Mary is enshrined. Known as a landmark on the Boracay Island, Philippines.
The house by the lake
Following
fallen pink blossoms on asphalt
Only One
The ceiling of a tent in Jerico.
Woman in black.
Following the steps of the Prophet.
Bright blue Robin's eggs in a bush in mid-June
Two couples get cozy as the sun sets over white beach on the Island of Boracay, Philippines.
Shenondoah Valley at Sunset
Ancient olives in the garden of Getsemani. Orthodox monks guard the garden.
Cambodian boys setting on Wooden Canoo
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
The house by the lake

The house by the lake

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Mexico City, Mexico
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© Hector Olea.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 03.2010
Filed Under: Travel
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 18, 2010, 6:56 p.m.
Camera Make:
Camera Model: NIKON D5000
Focal Length: 62mm
Shutter Speed: 1/320
Aperture: f9
ISO: ISO200
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