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A dance in the street, in Ferrara International Buskers Festival
escallator in Seattle Central Public Library
Spring time irrigation ditch, delivering water from the wet mountains to the dry valleys.
Dottie running and bouncing through a pasture of yellow flowers while voicing the fun she is having.
A boy working in a saree dyeing workshop takes a realm of dyed cloth to be cut into the size of sarees
Airmen training in prepartion for Afghanistan deployment
captured at Mawya
A child armed with a air-pump, now filled with color  and ready to spray people on the streets of Old Dhaka. Color and festivities run amok in Holi- the festival of color, for both the Hindu and Musli
Freshly fallen snow at dusk.
Little Girl and her Kite.  This photo was taken at at a history event in which kids got to do 'old-time' games.  This girl was an expert kite flyer.
The Beara Peninsula, West Coast of Ireland.
Vigorously digging your back heel into the groin of Torinos Bull, just next to il Duomo in Milan is thought to be a good luck charm. You dig in, spin three times, and youre blessed with luck for the r
Egret on Alligator at Gatorland Orlando Florida
The picture was taken during a Royal Caribbean cruise vacation
"El Ciudad Amarillo", Ixamal, Yucatan, Mexico
At Bandhavgarh National Park in Madhya Pradesh, India we were very close to this male tiger.
Out West
Gyeongbokgung Palace
Waterfall in Yosemite National Park
wasp pollinating yellow flower, Gig Harbor, WA
Alcatraz, In Rain. Taken from the Golden Gate ferry in a spring rainstorm. The condensation on the inside of the windows and the rain outside combined to give the effect seen.
Plastic Wrapped Sunset
Baby elephant nursing from mother in the Tarangire National Park in Tanzania
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Vigorously digging your back heel into the groin of Torinos Bull, just next to il Duomo in Milan is thought to be a good luck charm. You dig in, spin three times, and youre blessed with luck for the r

Vigorously digging your back heel into the groin of Torinos Bull, just next to il Duomo in Milan is thought to be a good luck charm. You dig in, spin three times, and youre blessed with luck for the rest of your journey.

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Date Taken: 05.2011
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