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The Last Spring to See This

The Last Spring to See This by john4jack

Posted on 2018-04-22

"The Last Spring to See This" Next year, Circle Trail will have been replaced by an extension of Circle Road. It's time to feel and express gratitude for all of the pleasure that this trail has given me over the past 9+ years.

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Passing by a Church on an interstate highway.

Crossing the Light by Chris

Posted on 2018-04-17

Passing by a church quickly on an interstate highway. Fortunately I was a passenger and shot through the sun roof.

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1408 by Jeffrey

Posted on 2018-04-12

Taken a few minutes before 4:00am, I continue to be surprised by how much activity occurs in this neighborhood at night.

The owner of this car was not only awake at this hour, but loading it for a road trip he would be starting shortly. If you look carefully at the large version of this photo, you'll see both a tow strap and a 5 lb. fire extinguisher in the roof rack, both of which I assume are must-haves when you're traveling any distance in a vintage VW Beetle.

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Hawk Feathers

Hawk Feathers by B. Thomas

Posted on 2018-03-26

It was a pretty day and I was working in the yard when I found two red-tailed hawk feathers. I see hawks often flying over the field behind our house.

Birds periodically discard and replace their feathers in a process called molting. During the process, birds will look mottled or ragged, making positive identification difficult.

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Holi Indian Hindu Festival Colors woman

Happy Holi 2018 by Sugata

Posted on 2018-03-04

My wife Poulami after celebrating Holi, the Indian festival of colors.

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warm color ceramic dishes in dishwasher in harmony

Three Part Harmony by Eye for Beauty

Posted on 2018-03-03

The other day, I was loading the dishwasher and noticed that the 3 pieces I had put on the top rack, matched. I guess I like this color scheme. I actually glazed the coffee mug myself in 2010. And my mother just recently gave me the small bowl. It is part of a collection of beautiful hand-glazed pottery she imports from Spain for her company, Veo Espana. It is these small moments, in everyday life, that inspire.

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old-fashioned baby girl with pout and eyelashes

Old-Fashioned Pout by Eye for Beauty

Posted on 2018-02-26

I don't know what my baby girl was looking at because I just rediscovered this photo after 7 years, but I love her little pout and sweet eyelashes in this photo. It reminded me of a vintage or antique ad, so I chose a filter reminiscent of that.

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beautiful delicate lichen and moss on tree

Delicate Lichen by Eye for Beauty

Posted on 2018-02-20

On a walk in the woods, I came across this beautiful marriage of airy moss and delicate lichen on a tree.

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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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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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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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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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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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The Capitol in Sacramento, California.

Big Troopers, Bigger Horses by Steve Rice

Posted on 2018-04-22

In addition to the officers on foot and bicycle, this mounted unit was on patrol.

California State Capitol
Sacramento, California, USA

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Twilight Spring with the Local Mule Deer

Twilight Spring with the Local Mule Deer by Joyce

Posted on 2018-04-22

Things are looking like Spring. Today was a soft sunny peaceful birdsong day. Newly cut pine logs quartered and stacked to burn for remaining cold mornings. Even grunt work is fun in the welcome sun. And the village deer finally have nibbles out on the green. The one comes up to the porch and looks at me, (very hard to resist those eyes,) to resist feeding them even tho advised to let Nature take care of them. But I will cut up apples for them tomorrow anyway.

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Home Depot Dog

Home Depot Dog by B. Thomas

Posted on 2018-03-08

Our local home improvement store has a chow who comes to work each day. She is the official greeter.

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Poor road conditions during a snow storm

Unsafe Winter Driving by Chris

Posted on 2018-03-03

Poor road conditions during a snow storm. Driving ban was in effect expect for essential personnel. Where are the plows?? That's right, they just went by.

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black and white happy girl with curls leaning back

Abandon by Eye for Beauty

Posted on 2010-06-11

Bird's-eye view of my happy girl, leaning back with complete abandon, enjoying the beautiful weather and being the center of attention. Happy vacation memory from 8 years ago.

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colorful collection of vintage pottery in cabinet

Colorful Collection by Eye for Beauty

Posted on 2018-02-23

I call this photo a carnival for the eyes. The bright warm colors pop, and the arrangement of vintage pottery draws your eye around the display to feast on various delectables. The ceramic pieces resemble candy with their reflective quality. My colorful collection. I get to enjoy it everyday in my dining room.

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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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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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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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Logsdon Chapel

Logsdon Chapel by B. Thomas

Posted on 2018-04-22

Logsdon Chapel -- Hardin-Simmons University
The stained-glass window was designed and constructed by Byrd Glass Company of Lubbock, Texas. It has 60 individual panels on metal framework. The window has been featured in numerous local and national publications, and is a highlight for campus visitors. It features a cross, an open Bible, and a dove.

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Anza-Borrego State Park in Borrego Springs, CA.

Red Diamond-backed Rattlesnake by Steve Rice

Posted on 2018-04-07

Palm Canyon, I saw a sign that said alternate trail. It was hard to follow, requring some rock hopping. At one point, I saw this. I froze as my brain worked out what I was seeing. The snake looked wrong and then I smelled the decay. That snake was definitely dead and I'm not sure what happened to it.

Later, I got to see one on these snakes very much alive. It was beside the trail with lots of people gathered round. Just as I got up to it, the snake decided to seek shade under a bush.

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Harry O'Connor retained-images photo blog

Baker (1) by Harry

Posted on 2018-03-15

We started in Old Salem, an historic district of Winston-Salem, NC. Costumed docents performed period crafts. Two bakers were making the sugar cake that we sampled with our coffee. Her job was to knead pockets into the dough to hold the sugar. There were some anachronisms, such as the plastic bucket holding the brown sugar in the lower right.

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dead tree in field meadow landscape in warm colors

Alone by Eye for Beauty

Posted on 2018-03-01

I was driving in the rural area where I live but down a road I hardly ever travel. I spotted this pretty composition of a lone dead tree in the middle of a field in the warm tones of springtime. I turned around, pulled over, zoomed in as far as I could with my cell phone, and snagged this shot. I then increased the warmness of the tones.

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interesting subject on tree

It's a Jungle Out There by Eye for Beauty

Posted on 2018-02-22

I thought his was an interesting lifeform. I also like how the filter I used to edit made the coloring seem crisp and cool and how the subject really stands out from the tree.

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air plant on tree with lichen

Air Plant and Lichen in Woods by Eye for Beauty

Posted on 2018-02-19

I love the woods. It is my favorite place. On a recent walk with my family, I noticed this interesting grouping of plant life on a tree. I had bought an "air plant" on vacation a couple months prior, and surprisingly discovered some were growing just a few steps from my home.

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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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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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