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No surrender!
Children draw water from a watering hole , Uganda , East Africa
Bring in the Flags
Art on the Reservation
Our Tour Guide
Meeting the Locals
Meeting an Artist
Exploring the rain forest Sinharaja
At lunchtime in the University of Wisconsin-Richland Roadrunner Cafe, the (locally) famous Lunch Ladies hosted a party--with free foodto encourage voters, many voting for the first time. Here, the stu
A herd of Zebra drinking at a waterhole in the Kruger National Park, South Africa.
The Cowboys, a team entered in the University of Wisconsin-Richland annual Roadrunner Road Rallyecomplete with cowboy hats and pickup truck. They looked good but they lost big time.
'Walking Tall'. A self-portrait of my son and I walking along the railroad tracks near to our home.
My nephew Tyson is showing his uncle his hands and he is a two years old boy.
Autumn in Umhlanga, South Africa
Beyond clouds!
Nelson my Hero.
Under the watchful eye of a King Vulture from South America.
Children are just children, but sometimes it looks like there is something else on the way they look each other
Public figure and hero, Mr.Nelson Mandela and his infectious smile.
A dying flower reaches out one more time towards the sun.
The beautiful Seljalandsfoss waterfall. A distinct feature of the waterfall is that it is possible to walk behind the falling water enabling to watch the waterfall from all points of view.
Sunrise over Durban.
The village girl was returning home with the pet goats.
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
'Walking Tall'. A self-portrait of my son and I walking along the railroad tracks near to our home.

'Walking Tall'. A self-portrait of my son and I walking along the railroad tracks near to our home.

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Date Taken: 05.2011
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