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Riding in a 1950s Ford Fairlane taxi in Trinidad, Cuba.
A 100 year old Cottonwood tree close to sunset.
A sunlit crevice in the New York countryside.
Chicago's Magnificent Mile At Night.
NC Hiking Trip Oh the places we see!!!
Crane Looking Down
Handmade musical instruments
A group of tribe entertains the guest by doing a fire dancing act. I was amazed when they trying to make a fireball heart.
Chicago's Finest.
A beautiful red-footed boobie
Chicago, sure does know how to put on a good show.
This is a regular Sunday Mass.  The number of Christian in he Philippines is 80% of the total population.
Walking the creek on our property in Southern Kentucky.
2,000 Feet Above Chicago
Float in our small town Veteran's Day parade.
"Bangkero" in English is the boatman.  With family we went to see Pagsajan Falls and going there you need to ride into a "balsa" - Filipino boat with out riggeds.
A woman displays her support in our small town Veteran's Day parade.
A guide leading the horse toward Taal volcano .
The love of a mother frigate.
Smithsonian Zoo, DC with family
Patriotism at it's finest in our small town Veteran's Day parade.
Illinois corn field in autumn.
Family summer outing in the beautiful beach of Boracay.  During one of our walks along the beach I noticed the pose of one of the beachgoer, I took a shot of her and the result made her like the silho
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
This is a regular Sunday Mass. The number of Christian in he Philippines is 80% of the total population.

This is a regular Sunday Mass. The number of Christian in he Philippines is 80% of the total population.

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Manila, Philippines
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© Danilo Ongchangco.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 01.2013
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Filed Under: Travel
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 24, 2013, 10 p.m.
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Camera Model: COOLPIX P90
Focal Length: 4.6mm
Shutter Speed: 1/11
Aperture: f2.8
ISO: ISO400
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