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This is a picture of a horse running in the evening in a thick fog. I call this "Dream Stride".
A brutal cock fight in rural Haiti.  A pastime for generations, kids and adults alike enjoy the frenetic atmosphere of avian bloodshed
A steam from a storm drain cuts a twisted path through the sand to the waves, at twilight, on the Oregon coast
Sunset off the back of my porch with the moon.
Sunset on the Oregon Coast- sunset, wave and bird in flight all coming together for a brief moment, caught at 300 mm.
Mossy Log in Bloedel Reserve
This is a picture of a thoroughbred race horse named Private Miracle who enjoyed running around in the snow.
Spike at Lake Isabella waiting for the ball to be thrown.
School girls on their way to class, Cite Soleil.  Even in the face of extreme poverty, poor health, polluted water, families find a way to pay for their children to attend school.
Tracks to Nowhere
Fallen tree along a country road in Woodinville, Washington... it is a mystery as to who added some design whimsy to the cut log.
Walking to work in the rain, downtown Tokyo, Japan
Shadow Cat
Three girls praying at Sunday School in Grand Boulage, Haiti.  The many people I have met in my travels none compare to the humorous, humble, & appreciative people of rural Haiti.
Seascape in Puerto Galera, Philippines
Blue sky reflections in the thin air of Salar de Uyuni, the salt flats of Bolivia
Fishing boat on the shore
Young Orangutan playing with tarp.
Fall color in Nikko, Japan
Wrecked boat in Bulalacao, Oriental Mindoro, Philippines
The color pink: Flamingo feathers
Poor in La Paz, begging for food.
Perspective of Radio City Music Hall
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Walking to work in the rain, downtown Tokyo, Japan

Walking to work in the rain, downtown Tokyo, Japan

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© Devin Sawyer.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 10.2008
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Date Uploaded: Aug. 9, 2010, 5:49 p.m.
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