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Great egrets are large birds and these birds live close to or on the wetlands.

This Is The Head Of The Great Egret Bird 70

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This photo was taken on the beach at Robert Moses State Park by using a telescopic lens.

Fire Island Lighthouse With Beacon Light On 71

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I had cut this papaya fruit to show what the inside looks like.  It was taken off a tree in Florida.

The Papaya Was Cut To Show The Inside 59

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It shows the top of the lighthouse on Fire Island In New York State.

The Close-up Of The Top Of The Fire Island Lighthouse 71

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The sunset photo was taken from the boat on the Gulf Of Mexico in the Naples, Florida area.

A Sun Is Setting On The Gulf Of Mexico 61

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Fire Island is part of Long Island, New York at the south shore of Long Island and 60 miles (97

Fire Island Beach On Part Of Long Island, New York 64

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Tulips grow from bulbs and bloom in the spring.

Top Of The Yellow Tulip In A Special Effects Art Photo 71

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The two great white egret birds are looking at each other at the wetland.

Two Great White Egrets 59

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The Canadian Geese are large birds. They are a native to the arctic and temperate regions of North

The Canadian Goose Is Swimming In The Pond 67

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Blue Heron is a large water bird liver around the wetlands, rivers, lakes and other coaster areas.

The Blue Heron Is Standing On The Green Grass 70

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Those white flowers are from south part of Florida.

The Group Of White Flowers 70

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The hot air balloon is going up into the air. This was at an event in White River Junction,

This Hot Air Balloon Is going Up Into The Air 65

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