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The loneliest of children still finds peace in water waste. (Youth)
Fishing Pier at Piscataway Park, Maryland on the Potomac River
At a local rodeo experiences real cowboy culture.
The Toadstools
In a nun monastery
A Crested Gecko named Spiney
Portland Head lighthouse stands tall on the Maine shore, a true symbol of the northeast
Loch Raven
Lefferts Pond
This was on a corner of our land down at a small creek that starts at the edge of our property.  Just before that it is a swampy area.  Taken during the middle of spring.
Fall flow
View of Washington DC from the Newseum 6th floor bacon
Puskar camel fair. The pottery seller
Fallen leaves cover the forest floor.
Out for a drive, we stumbled upon this amazing view of Elk Mountain and Jackson Lake.
While walking in the country field, captured the geese flying "through" the power lines.
Flowers bloom in early spring.
Capturing a rainbow from geyser La Bufadora
Checking out what the other vendors have to offer at the local swap Meet In Fair Grove Mo. The old mirror not only "caught my eye" but my shoes as well.
A seagull swoops in at Yaquina Head Lighthouse
First day in Paris, exhausted, but so many cafes to pick, outdoors, and autumn day.
Past meets present. Using a cell phone in a canoe.
All sorts of people were on the beach to watch a fireworks display and afterwards were mingling about. I looked down from our room to see them there in this creepy yellow light.
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
View of Washington DC from the Newseum 6th floor bacon

View of Washington DC from the Newseum 6th floor bacon

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Alexandria, Virginia, United States of America
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© Karen Komar.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 11.2013
Filed Under: Travel
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 26, 2013, 8:43 p.m.
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Camera Model: NIKON D800
Focal Length: 28mm
Shutter Speed: 1/13
Aperture: f16
ISO: ISO100
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