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Old castle on cliffside
sunset on the maine coast
sunset on the maine coast
Workers taking a break in Yazd, Iran
Goddess
The Jurassic Park
Mornings dew at St Martin Island
Floating clouds
Meghalaya Mountain
River Transport
Beauty of Garo Hills
The Kantajee Temple is a terracotta temple which was built in 1704 to 1752 patronized by Maharaja Prannath.
philbrook lake, foxglove growing wild
My brother, fishing in the wilds of Nor Cal
A good friend enjoying the texture and warmth of a Louisiana summer
Rays of Light Shine through the narrow walls of the Antelope Slot Canyon near Page, Arizona
bee on a sunflower
Shade over the Singapore Botanic Gardens
A rusted classic in a car graveyard.
A bloom under the sprinklers.
A colorful Eureka Springs on a sweltering summer day.
old barn and silo
An entry into the Fort on Amelia Island.
6th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
The Kantajee Temple is a terracotta temple which was built in 1704 to 1752 patronized by Maharaja Prannath.

The Kantajee Temple is a terracotta temple which was built in 1704 to 1752 patronized by Maharaja Prannath.

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Dhaka, Bangladesh
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Date Taken: 02.2008
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