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August 2, 2016. Evening in The Nation's Capital.
Children of Ladakh
Moon rising over the mountains
The Storm Approaching...From the Portfolio Horizon in Time
David & Goliath
The faces on the street
The Green River, Canyonlands National Park
Nomads people from Borkou desert
If Life Gets You Down, Look Up.
Warm silence in Roquebrune Old Village
Moose
Working the Salinas de Maras
Cat-eye
More of you struggle
Pampas grass up close with a nice breeze
island
Blue Skies in Taos, New Mexico
Mother and daughter in Yangon
Calmness
The Perpetual Photograph.. From the Portfolio  Looking at Art
Heart of a Coneflower
panther attacking 101% halal boy
Packrafting through Utah's Muddy Creek
15th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Working the Salinas de Maras

The Salinas de Maras were already used by the Incas. The spring water, rich in salt, is brought to man made pools. The sun and the dry air are evaporating the water, leaving only this incredible and tasty salt.

TAGS: Peru

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Lemberg, France
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Date Taken: 06.2017
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