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My Cat before falling asleep
Wing tip of an Atlas Moth, which appears to be a stylized image of an eagle head.
Belted Galloway cow in North Carolina
Late blooming rose after an early fall rainstorm.
Wild horses flock underneath the only nearby shade - a lone tree, a scarce commodity on Easter Island where reforestation has been a severe issue for hundreds of years.
An abandoned cabin home in Idaho is a perfect example of the transience of the Frontier lifestyle. This element is integral into the culture of the American West.
Botanical garden in Florida
Wild horses flock underneath the only nearby shade - a lone tree, a scarce commodity on Easter Island where reforestation has been a severe issue for hundreds of years.
The jagged peak of a tall Andean Mountain peeks out of the clouds, if only for an instant.
The mountains of Oregon's coast range turn into a wonderful gradient of warm colors, highlighted by the bright Pacific Ocean in this photo taken at sunset.
I had to stand quite still for this long exposure, but the light show called the Aurora Borealis made for a good distraction in this photo taken in Yellowknife, Canada.
The view after reaching the sharp summit ridge of Mt. Hood, standing at 11,250' makes for spectacular views of much of Washington and Oregon.
Kyaking in Alaska
The valley surrounding the village of Aguas Calientes is illuminated in this two-minute exposure, taken from the Inca Trail near Machu Picchu, Peru.
New York City's Chelsea neighborhood is an urban mosaic when viewed from across the Hudson River in this photo, taken at sunset.
A small souvenir market selling wares with vibrant colors as seen from the top of the Inca remains in the town of Ollantaytambo, some 60 km from Cusco, Peru.
Hot air balloons ascend over Goreme National Park in the Cappadocia Region of Turkey on a cloudy morning.
hiking on the white tanks , and saw this lone hiker make it to the top of the mountain
bringing beauty to a rustic building
Shooted in a wild life reserve
The setting sun highlights the jagged peaks of the Canadian Rockies in this photo taken from an airplane.
Shooted in a wild life reserve
Shooted in a wild life reserve
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
The view after reaching the sharp summit ridge of Mt. Hood, standing at 11,250' makes for spectacular views of much of Washington and Oregon.

The view after reaching the sharp summit ridge of Mt. Hood, standing at 11,250' makes for spectacular views of much of Washington and Oregon.

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Corvallis, Oregon, United States of America
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 07.2013
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Date Uploaded: Oct. 9, 2013, 1:02 p.m.
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