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photo credits

p. 1 Magic Tap 1gico.JPG By emijrp

p. 2 Cheeseburger Cake
by Michael Prudhomme
p. 5 Steve Jobs Presentation By Ken.gz
p. 5 Handouts adang,_Papua_New_Guinea.jpg
By U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Kerryl Cacho

p. 6 Dahlia By Wirtual24

p. 6 – 12 Figures 13.1 – 13.14
Slide Graphics by Sheila Kasperek and Tom Oswald
p. 7 Beach leaping (In Figure 13.4)
By Foxtongue
P. 11 Roosevelt and Muir on Glacier Point (In Figure 13.10) bin/query/D?consrvbib:4:./temp/~ammem_BRht::
By Library of Congress
p. 13 Planets By Dana Berry