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star trails over tower at jonathan dickinson park

Hobe Mt Tower by Fran

Posted on 2018-02-18

Star trails above the Hobe Mountain Observation Tower, Jonathan Dickinson State Park, Hobe Sound, Florida. The observation tower sits atop the highest natural hill south of Lake Okeechobee, a vantage point that lets you survey the Atlantic Ocean to the Loxahatchee River.

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Frozen Chicago river ice winter skyscrapers IL

The Frozen River by Sugata

Posted on 2018-01-10

The Chicago River froze over after the cold weather at the end of 2017 and the beginning of 2018.

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kansas city, missouri - grant edwards photography

4Acre Motel by grant

Posted on 2017-12-19

The 4Acre Motel in Kansas City, Missouri
Shot with Rolleiflex, Tmax 100

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Ole's Waffle Shop at 90

Ole's Waffle Shop - "Since 1927" by Stephen Phillips

Posted on 2017-11-28

At 90 years old - I doubt that this Bay Area fixture has changed very much. The eggs, bacon, chops, omelets, waffles, and grits are probably exactly as they were on opening day. Ole's is very popular and boasts a great staff. Park Street - Alameda, California.

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Diwali Indian woman lamps festival saree candles

Happy Diwali by Sugata

Posted on 2017-10-19

Indians across the globe are celebrating Diwali, the festival of lights today. I took this picture of my wife at our home when she was decorating the house with lamps. Happy Diwali.

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Elephant Bath

Elephant Bath by Nick Edens

Posted on 2017-09-02

The elephant was taking a bath and I waited around for the right timing. I love the textures on certain animals so took this photo black and white.

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Photgraphy the classic way

The large-format photographer by Steven

Posted on 2017-08-24

The Grand Canyon northern rim in Utah offers unrivalled viewing of a landscape which is truly grand beyond imagination - so perhaps photographic equipment of a higher order than an iPhone 6 is warranted. This photographer was actively looking at every viewpoint and waiting for the just the right lighting for the whole time I was there. Watch and learn.

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Horizontal Lightning at Grand Canyon NP

Horizontal Lightning at Grand Canyon NP by Don Smith

Posted on 2017-08-11

Monsoonal moisture returned to the Grand Canyon yesterday afternoon and our group was treated to a three-hour lightning show over the Canyon. Love this bolt as it went horizontal across two cells! The forecast looks favorable through Tuesday! Next Workshop begins tomorrow afternoon. Hope you can join us next year: 2018 Monsoon Workshop at Grand Canyon National Park

Horizontal Lightning, North Rim, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

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Mules Ears and Pacific Crest Trail

Mules Ears and Pacific Crest Trail by Don Smith

Posted on 2017-07-29

If I had better knees and was a bit younger, I would love to hike the Pacific Crest Trail. We watched a lone 23-year-old hiker slide and walk off this face at the Sonora Summit the other evening. His name was Conner and my wife gave him a ride to Kennedy Meadows - he was out of food and very hungry but had a supply package waiting. He had just surpassed 1,000 miles of the PCT at 25 miles per day! He was intent on making it to the Canadian border - good luck Conner!

Mules Ears and PCT, Sonora

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Snow, Sabourin

It was only the beginning by Steven

Posted on 2017-03-22

After a winter season of only two inches of snow which had fallen in November of 2016, we were hoping that winter would go out like a lamb. That would not be the case.

A snowstorm from the west, coupled with lake-effect snow from the north pummeled Lake County shoreline communities with fourteen inches of snow.

As the title implies, this was only the beginning with lake-effect snow continuing in waves most of the day on March 14, 2017.

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Rescue Dogs

Into the Wilds of the Back Yard by Rob

Posted on 2017-03-11

I rescue dogs... that's what I do, and who I am. I give dogs that have been mistreated, abused, and neglected a second chance. When I was young, I took in my first rescue, Daisy, she changed me. She had a way of telling me every day how much it meant for me to take her in and give her the love she deserved... 40 years later, I am still living with rescued dogs and working to give others the chance of love and caring like mine.d

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Kilauea Volcano and Night Sky

Kilauea Volcano and Night Sky by Don Smith

Posted on 2018-02-11

Just having some fun testing different processing software. I ran this one through a preset for night images found in DxO OpticsPro 11.

Kilauea Volcano, Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii

#landscapephotography #lava #kilauea #volcanoesnationalpark

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Domino Park

Domino Park by Elaine Hancock

Posted on 2018-01-28

Setting up for a game in Domino Park, Little Havana, Miami.

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Deerchaiir Tree

Deerchaiir Tree by Joyce

Posted on 2017-12-04

This is the chair that tried to capture the doe that came hobbling to Joyce and Ron set free.

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Grassy Creek Cabooses a unique accommodation near

A Unique Motel by Fran

Posted on 2017-10-16

We just stayed in a really cool place called Grassy Creek Cabooses near Fancy Gap just off the Blue Ridge Parkway in Virginia. There are 3 cabooses and a depot converted to lodging with beds, couch, kitchenette, bath, TV, grill, deck with rocking chairs and even a Jacuzzi. They were built by Nickel Plate Road and Norfolk Western but converted to lodgings by Grassy Creek's owner Donny.

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Mississippi River at Dawn in Minneapolis

Mississippi River Dawn by Fran

Posted on 2017-09-13

Mississippi River at dawn in Minneapolis, MN. In the background is the I-35W bridge illuminated in blue. In the foreground are structures for securing barges passing through the system of locks upstream.

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Massey Ferguson 1800 Tractor

Massey Ferguson 1800 Tractor by Jeffrey

Posted on 2017-08-31

My ninth of my 2017 trip to the Palouse. This tractor looked so lonely and forlorn, both of us wanted to stop and fotograf it. According to, these Massey Ferguson 1800 Tractors were manufactured in the early thru middle 1970s. When I see these kinds of things abandoned, I wonder what broke. Located northwest of Palouse.

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Rainbow, "A Left-Eyed View"

Somewhere Over the Rainbow by Steven

Posted on 2017-08-24

A sighting that took us by total surprise. After a storm, a family member, pointing toward the sun, said we should see a rainbow. Usually it would be opposite the sun. As we turned toward the east, there it was. But we could only see a portion of it.

This was the one time I didn't have my camera due to the bad weather, I didn't want to subject it to any rain. Best I could do was use my cell phone. To get a better view, we opened the gate and ran out onto the first fairway of the golf course.

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Milky Way over the SS Palo Alto, Monterey Bay, CA

Milky Way over the Monterey Bay, California by Mike Hall

Posted on 2017-08-05

The usual summer weather pattern calls for foggy mornings and evenings, so when we had a hot spell in the area, I thought I'd make an attempt for this shot of the Milky Way that I had in mind for some time.

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Yosemite NationalPark USA California B&W Black&Whi

Inspired by Ansel Adams(1 of 5) by Sugata

Posted on 2017-07-04

I've always been fascinated by the stark beauty of the American Southwest, and much of my love for this region has developed through black & white photographs by masters like Ansel Adams. I have tried visiting these places at every opportunity, and have tried to capture some of the same beauty myself. Recently, while reading some books by Adams, I decided to re-edit some of my photos of the American Southwest after his style. Here are some of them on my blog, and this is my favorite among them.

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Sony 12-24mm in Oregon's Rowena Crest

Sony 12-24mm in Oregon's Rowena Crest by Don Smith

Posted on 2017-05-18

Yesterday Sony introduced two new wide angle lenses: Sony 16-35mm G Master and 12-24mm f/4. I have shot with both lenses over the course of six locations in two states and they are incredible. Balsamroot and Sunstar, Rowena Hills, Oregon

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Don't Leave Me!

Don't Leave Me! by B. Thomas

Posted on 2017-05-02

Mom, don't leave me!

I recently made a day trip with a friend to pick up her two little American cocker spaniel puppies. This one has a face we could not refuse.

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Enjarre 2015

Enjarre 2015 by Pixadilly

Posted on 2017-03-26

Ranchos de Taos, NM
Enjarre is the re-mudding of an adobe wall, in this case the famous Asis Church in Ranchos de Taos. It's a project undertaken by parishioners who are joined by others who want to help out. Photo from June 2015.

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Iced Over, "A Left-Eyed View"

Caked in Ice by Steven

Posted on 2018-02-08

The breakwater in Waukegan's harbor is frozen over with layers of eye-catching ice forms on this early January morning.

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Anders at Nisqually Wildlife Refuge.

Barred Owl by Steve Rice

Posted on 2018-02-05

Shortly after beginning our walk, we saw people looking up into a tree. This character was sitting there quite peacefully.

Autumn Walk with Anders
Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge

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Photo from Indiana United States

Photo from Indiana United States by Cooper Doup

Posted on 2017-12-31

This photo was taken to capture an experience, muddy trail bogging in a 1970's Jeep w/ no clutch to speak of. Stuck but not hopeless.

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Foliage and view on Rough Ridge, Blue Ridge Pkwy

Rough Ridge by Fran

Posted on 2017-10-22

Tourists enjoy the view on Rough Ridge, Blue Ridge Parkway, North Carolina.

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Anticrepuscular Rays Over Mt. Hayden, Grand Canyon

Anticrepuscular Rays Over Mt. Hayden, Grand Canyon by Don Smith

Posted on 2017-09-13

So what's with all the different names when it comes to sunbeams, or God beam, or crepuscular rays or whatever the heck they are called? I have the answers.

Mt. Hayden, Grand Canyon

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New Jersey, United States

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We have a big fundraising event at our house with three singer/songwriters perform. It is to help The Because Project of which my husband is a big part. They make several trips to Haiti each year offering support to this impoverished nation. This is Judy Paster when I saw her perform in Nashville. She is one of the musicians who will be singing at our event today.

Musician by Ruthiebear

Musician by Ruthiebear

Posted on 2017-08-26

We have a big fundraising event at our house with three singer/songwriters perform. It is to help The Because Project of which my husband is a big part. They make several trips to Haiti each year offering support to this impoverished nation. This is Judy Paster when I saw her perform in Nashville. She is one of the musicians who will be singing at our event today.

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wedding pics

wedding pics by Jason Kravitz

Posted on 2017-08-04

I happened to walk up on this sunset wedding photo shoot framed by a scenic west coast sunset.

There was a beautiful display of various life experiences coming together that night, including this wedding couple who were taking photos with an entourage of videographers, photographers, bridesmaids and a drone.

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Housing by Zaha Hadid under construction in NYC

High Line Life by Fran

Posted on 2017-07-02

A new housing unit by Zaha Hadid under construction adjacent to the High Line park at West 28 Street, New York City. Dame Zaha Hadid was an Iraqi-British architect who died in 2016. She was the first woman to receive the Pritzker Architecture Prize, in 2004. I want to live here (haha) !!!

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Kilaueha Lava Near Hilo, Hawaii

Kilaueha Lava Near Hilo, Hawaii by Don Smith

Posted on 2017-05-02

We landed on the Big Island of Hawaii just as a river of lava was crossing the road leading to an observation point. The State had National Guard personnel on duty to hold onlookers back, we were able to get right next to the creeping lava. The bulk of the moving river prevented us from moving any closer than about 70 yards due to the extreme heat. Moreover, it just so happened that we had a moon and a cloudless sky, which allowed me to make this image. It was an evening I will never forget!

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original wizard's hat

original wizard's hat by Rebecca

Posted on 2017-03-31

For Graciel·la, technically to be called the Wizard's Hat it should be viewed from the right of this position so that the flat rock in the front becomes the brim of the hat. Shooting with my friend who lives in the area and was kind enough to show me his favorite places to shoot.

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Two motorcyclists on the Florida Cycle Center in O

Daring Duo by Fran

Posted on 2017-03-10

Daring Duo at the Florida Cycle Park, Okeechobee, Florida.

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