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Gramma laughs at our jokes
The women of the El Mucurio artisan group smile.
I was standing in a observation tower in the Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park. This eagle started to circle the tower. I took a series of shots as he circled me and this was one of them.
While boating on the Silver River I came across a Lance-leaf Arrowhead flower. I stopped to take a photograph just as an Eastern Tiger Swallowtail butterfly landed.
Visiting "Field Day of the Past" in Goochland, Virginia
Panama City Beach Florida at sunset
American Flag waving in the breeze.
Flag at an old plantation house.
A boy and a bird downtown San Antonio
Art is a legalized form of insanity, and I do it very well." --Stanley Marsh 3, about his 'Cadillac Ranch'
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This is the Emily Morgan Hotel. She's one of the most widely recognized hotel landmarks in San Antonio, Texas. She is named after Emily D. West, or the "Yellow Rose of Texas", and many believe that sh
Spinning a web in Missouri
"The time will come when people will travel in stages moved by steam engines from one city to another, almost as fast as birds can fly..." --Oliver Evans, 1800
Suburban Grit
While chaperoning a group of Student Ambassadors to China, this young lady exhibits what exactly an Ambassador means.  She spoke no Chinese, and didn't need to say a word to show friendship.
These men were playing Mahjong in a hutong of Beijing.  I love how the one man has his popsicle in his mouth.
I found this lock on a door of the Forbidden Palace in Beijing, China.  It literally is forbidden!
Self portrait.
"The coming storm."  This is the courtyard of the Palace of Versailles, and the clouds to me represent the coming storm that greeted Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette before their executions.
A clerk at a Brooklyn grocery store.
Milkweed Seed Puffs
The Fair.
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
This is the Emily Morgan Hotel. She's one of the most widely recognized hotel landmarks in San Antonio, Texas. She is named after Emily D. West, or the "Yellow Rose of Texas", and many believe that sh

This is the Emily Morgan Hotel. She's one of the most widely recognized hotel landmarks in San Antonio, Texas. She is named after Emily D. West, or the "Yellow Rose of Texas", and many believe that she is haunted.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 12.2009
Filed Under: Travel
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Date Uploaded: Oct. 22, 2010, 8:33 a.m.
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