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Well-trained ospreys can be of great assistance to fishermen. Ospreys can see and hear fish swimming underwater and then swiftly submerge into the water and catch them. Using osprey to catch fish has
Beautiful Pink Flower in North Carolina in Fall.
Yao Nationality is located in the southern China. Most of them live in the remote mountains.
The fisherman is 86 years old. He rows his bamboo boat with his ospreys on in Li River and tourists likes to take photos with him and his ospreys. When the sun sets , he finally sits down in his boat
Sunrise on a hazy, hot, humid day
Ghosts at Eastern State Penitentiary
Walking the streets in Trastevere, Rome, Italy at dusk
Iao Valley, Maui, Hawaii
Watching the sunset from our boat, on the lake, after a day of fishing.
Trip to Gettysburg, PA. Christmas photo Shoot
California Dusk in the mountains.
While travelling in Otavalo, Ecuador, I captured this image of an indigenous Otavaleno with her daughter in the city square.
Chinese New Year at Huntington Library
Wonder Web
The World We don't See
Exploring gardens at Open Days
A rain covered street.
Butterfly Kiss
A holy man sits under the shade of his umbrella in the oppressive summer heat.
A street vender hangs dried squid to sell.
A couple sitting in front of a mural.
Jogging and viewing the beauty of Fall.
Feisty Defense
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
While travelling in Otavalo, Ecuador, I captured this image of an indigenous Otavaleno with her daughter in the city square.

While travelling in Otavalo, Ecuador, I captured this image of an indigenous Otavaleno with her daughter in the city square.

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© Fehmida Kapadia.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 05.2011
Filed Under: Travel
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Date Uploaded: Oct. 20, 2013, 8:46 p.m.
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Camera Model: NIKON D200
Focal Length: 105mm
Shutter Speed: 1/50
Aperture: f4.5
ISO: ISO100
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