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Pyramids, Giza
EBC (Everest Base Camp) (2x20 pics panorama, April 2009) (Canon 40D + EF24-105mm f/4L IS USM)
Residenz Fountain
Alexandria, Egypt
National Wildlife Federation 1st Place Mammals, Pro Category 2011:    Alaskan Coastal Brown Bears (Ursos Arctos) are both one of the most dangerous but also one of the most engaging mammals on earth. This mother had lost her other cubs so instead of the cubs playing together she would fill that role and spend hours playing with her single remaining cub. Because we work with these "gentle giants" in an open coastal plain where they can see and not be threatened by us the bears often approach fairly closely, enabling us to get a unique wildlife viewing and photographic experience. In this area as the females grow from cubs they tend to turn from their initial dark color to a gorgeous light "cinammon" color. The bears also have plenty of food along the coast--sedges, berries, clams and of course salmon so they are also much more accommodating of our time with them than inland bears would be. Lake Clark Park, Alaska.
Amazon River
Laughlin, Nevada looking across the Colorado River to Bullhead, Arizona.  See more at:
Fanny Li : China 2007 Trip
Manarola, Cinque Terre, Ligurian Coast, Italy    (4x17 Panorama 68 Photos, May 2011) (Canon 5D MK2, 135mm 2.0 L)
Oustalet's Chameleon (Furcifer oustaleti), portrait with tongue out, Madagascar
Neuschwanstein Castle in Fussen Germany

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