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The Verrazano Bridge in the clouds . . . bridging the gap between Staten Island and Brooklyn, NY.  Taken while at Fort Wadsworth in Staten Island, NY.
No better view in the world than Lady Liberty at Sunset!
Panorama landscape of "Javaher Dasht" Village and Surrounding area
Staten island, NY living at it's best!
Moaning Trombone
Sailing old school in New York City!
Locals in "Javaher dasht" village shepherding sheep and goats.
European Starling popping it's head out in time for Spring in Battery Park, New York.
It is easy to anthropomorphize the thoughts of the male cardinal.
Jazz
This yellow swallowtail butterfly seems poised to move to the next coneflower.
Tourists are amazed at the big guns of the United States Coast Guard that protects the passengers on the Staten Island Ferry on a daily basis.
Walking in the woods, one would almost miss it, but yes, there is a triangular shaped moth in the image.
Wet weather helped provide some stunning sunsets.
Passion
In 2011, an ice storm was followed by bright sun.  There was a short period before the ice melted to capture this image.
Pianist In Practice
Alice eyes a peculiar caterpillar and thinks "only in wonderland"
James Madison University- the place I go that's becoming my home
Stirling Castle in Scotland
Pianist In Practice
Portrait of a Classical Musician
View of Gurudongmar Lake, Sikkim with snow capped peaks in the background
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Tourists are amazed at the big guns of the United States Coast Guard that protects the passengers on the Staten Island Ferry on a daily basis.

Tourists are amazed at the big guns of the United States Coast Guard that protects the passengers on the Staten Island Ferry on a daily basis.

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Staten Island, New York, United States of America
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© Dawn Russell.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 09.2013
Filed Under: Travel
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Date Uploaded: Oct. 4, 2013, 12:06 p.m.
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