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Mark Fisher
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I'm a photographer from the U.K. with a love of all things outdoors.
I'm a photographer from the U.K. with a love of all things outdoors.

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Roe Deer Scarpering | Chobham Common

I got the distinct impression that my presence wasn't appreciated by this roe deer and its fellow herdmembers when I stumbled upon their drinking spot. This female gave me a display of its white rump patch as it bounded away through the grass.
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Fishmonger at Darajani Market | Stone Town, Zanzibar

Darajani market is Stone Town's biggest and busiest bazaar. If fish is what you're looking for, then you'll be spoilt for choice here.
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Taken at Hampton Court Flower Show.
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Three cheetahs (maybe more hiding) in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania.
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Oasis, California

Center-pivot irrigated crops in the unincorporated community of Oasis, California. I accidentally found Area 51 on Google Maps when I was trying to locate this photo. I was only about 100 miles out!

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Me editing my photos could hardly be called a spectator sport. This guy, on the other hand, has turned making art into an art form.
Vying for attention with contortionists, musicians and other street performers, Tony Vegas produces his paintings in frenzies of movement, sound and colour which draw sizeable crowds. He is seen here showing off a finished creation at the Fremont Street Experience.
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Rain over Bryce Canyon, Utah.
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A view over the southern part of Reindeer Lake in Saskatchewan (the lake also extends into Manitoba). Amiskit island can be seen peeking out behind the nearest Küchmann carrot (or sticky-out thing if you want the technical term) on the wing, with Doucet island, Laxdal Island and Sutton Island visible in the foreground, among many others.

Good thing I took a photo of the in-flight map or it could be anywhere.
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Dasylirion leiophyllum (commonly known as green sotol or smooth-leaf sotol) in the University of California Botanical Garden. It is native to North American, and common in the Chihuahan desert.
The word "sotol" appears in the common names of many other species in this genus of the asparagus family. The distilled spirit sotol, however, is made from Dasylirion wheeleri, or desert spoon.
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