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I was looking through my camera photographing the ocean in Big Sur, when the pelicans entered the frame out of nowhere, perfectly placed. These were the only birds I saw at the ocean that day and it w
Car culture is a major part of American culture in its ability to define oneself through personal style and aesthetic. The comparison between the customized classic car and the old barn along on the s
Enjoying the sun in the UK...
Walking by the Canals....
Shot from my balcony while on vacation in clearwater, FL
"Light"
Captured at Evergreen Cemetery in Portland, Maine. This photograph captures the concept of discovery of the things we cannot hold but can see.
San Antonio Tower
Plant rising to sunset.
IT'S SNOWING VALENTINES!
Sunflower motion freeze, Nikon D5100, 55-200 Nikkor lens, taken in manual mode at .67 second at f19, moved camera horizontally at slow shutter then fired flashed to freeze and brighten flower.
Uncovered 1950's Bakery Store Front Sign During Renovation
Took an iconic byway drive on R177 from Cassoday to Manhattan, KS, to see the vast untouched prairie, the Flint Hills. This photo was taken near Cassoday, Kansas. It was a beautiful drive.
The capture of my favorite moment of the day in small street in a village of Borneo
This look was so powerful when I saw it for the first time, but each time I was trying to take a picture she was hidding. So one day, I went back there and sat for an hour until she showed up. She loo
"Pueblo" men sitting in Montanita, a beach in the Coast of Ecuador.
Close up view of a road.
Still life of objects on my desk.
Dashboard from a 2007 Ford Mustang.
Sunflower in the City
Morning in Big Sur, California Coastline
A beautiful triangle formed by a torn Hindu flag, a loudspeaker tied to a pole and the Tungabhadra river flowing below
Japanese macaque examining his hand for grain in a thermal hot spring in Yudanaka, Japan
The Audition
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Took an iconic byway drive on R177 from Cassoday to Manhattan, KS, to see the vast untouched prairie, the Flint Hills. This photo was taken near Cassoday, Kansas. It was a beautiful drive.

Took an iconic byway drive on R177 from Cassoday to Manhattan, KS, to see the vast untouched prairie, the Flint Hills. This photo was taken near Cassoday, Kansas. It was a beautiful drive.

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Winfield, Kansas, United States of America
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© Kay Martinez.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 09.2013
Filed Under: Travel
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Date Uploaded: Sept. 18, 2013, 4:26 p.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Focal Length: 24mm
Shutter Speed: 1/640
Aperture: f5
ISO: ISO400
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