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"A Left-Eyed View", Sabourin, Bellevue

Mississippi Burning by Steven

Posted on 2018-12-06

View of the Mississippi River from atop a hill at Chestnut Mountain Resort in Galena, Illinois.
Bellevue, Iowa can be seen across the river.

Photo captured October 14, 2018.

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Palomina at a farm in Virginia

Palomino by Fran

Posted on 2018-11-08

We stayed on a farm in Virginia en route to Florida. The owner had 7 horses. This one is a double Palomino from Portugal.

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Fall color in Henry Cowell State Park

Visual find of the day... by Mike Hall

Posted on 2018-10-27

One of the things I like about fall is all the variety and contrasts in color, tone and texture you can find...

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"A Left-Eyed View", Sabourin, "Central School"

Central School by Steven

Posted on 2018-10-25

Main entrance to Central School at 61 Woodside Road in Riverside, Illinois. The architecture of the school is so beautiful with a welcoming entrance. The ornate doors have lots of character in comparison to many institutional-type doors you see at schools today.

A little HDR treatment had to be used here to bring out the brick detail in the archway, circular medallions and overhead dentil.

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10503, No. ???

10503, No. ??? by Jeffrey

Posted on 2018-10-20

I didn't plan to photograph this scene, as I was merely out walking my dog. But when I saw all of the lights on, I was powerless to resist, so we ran home, where I grabbed my camera and crossed my fingers they would still be on when we returned. And they were! <phew!>

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Dance Greek Dance Troupe Music Community Festive

The Soul of Dance by Susy

Posted on 2018-09-24

I am filled with appreciation and the love of Greek music, dance and food. This is a photo taken while enjoying this professional dance troupe during this celebration of Greek food, culture and community! The dancers were in traditional clothing and the room was filled with people and children enjoying and sharing this wonderful experience. OPA

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smokey valley

Fire smoke from the West by Joyce

Posted on 2018-08-18

This is Paradise Valley, about 40 miles north of Yellowstone Park which is hidden by smoke from the countless fires around us and mostly to the west. We so hope we can get by this season without a wildfire in our own valley.

This air makes eyes burn, slightly nauseous, breathing hard for some. It makes you squint. It affects your thoughts and feeling of well being. But none of that even touches the devastation and loss of life whether of man, animal, terrain, forest, and homes taken by

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Sharks Teeth Exhibit, NY Aquaium, Coney Island, NY

Shark! by Fran

Posted on 2018-08-10

A youngster cautiously puts her hand in a shark's mouth (OK, a plastic shark) at the New York Aquarium's new Shark! exhibit, Coney Island, Brooklyn, NY. This particular exhibit demonstrates differences in shark teeth.

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How Hot Is It? #2

How Hot Is It? #2 by B. Thomas

Posted on 2018-08-02

How hot is it? ;-)
...all the bread in the store is toast!
... the cows are giving evaporated milk!
...Lance Armstrong tested positive for water!
...I saw a coyote chasing a jack rabbit and they were both walking!
...the chickens are laying hard-boiled eggs!
...the trees are whistling for dogs!

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Artimus. Provincetown, Massachusetts.

Artimus. Provincetown, Massachusetts. by Shaun

Posted on 2018-07-19

The owner of the fishing vessel Artimus, lodged on the rocks at Provincetown, since early March, has been charged with littering. The charge carries a fine, and the vessel has to be removed. A sad end to the Artimus.

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Storehouse Doorways

Storehouse Doorways by Pixadilly

Posted on 2018-05-30

Fort Union National Monument, NM
It's amazing how ruins can be so beautiful. Fort Union operated from 1828 to 1867, garrisoning soldiers who protected the Santa Fe Trail and harboring fur traders. It was an important western outpost, literally in the middle of nowhere! Time has eaten away at the adobe walls. Restoration there is a constant undertaking for historians interested in such an important locale of the early settlement of West by Anglo-Americans.

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Glowing Hoodoos, Bryce Canyon, Utah

Glowing Hoodoos, Bryce Canyon, Utah by Don Smith

Posted on 2018-11-08

Greetings from Bryce Canyon NP, Utah. We are about to move the workshop down to Zion to shoot the beautiful fall color. Here is one of glowing hoodoos captured yesterday morning.

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Sunrise. Holbrook Reservoir. Massachusetts.

Sunrise. Holbrook Reservoir. Massachusetts. by Shaun

Posted on 2018-10-29

Just a few months ago at the start of the summer, the reservoir was quite low and I could walk over parts of the area that should have been under water. After a few very heavy storms the reservoir was again full, easing water restrictions in the area.

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Golden Gate Bridge on 10.26.2018

Golden Gate Bridge on 10.26.2018 by Irene

Posted on 2018-10-28

After I took this photo, I went by Ocean Beach where it was foggy. Went out of town for a bit, put gas in the tank. Came home, went up to Twin Peaks, and it was sunny, looked towards the Golden Gate Bridge, no fog. I even went through Golden Gate Park and again came home via Ocean Beach, no fog on the way back.

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Quitting Time (Memories)

Quitting Time (Memories) by Denny Jump

Posted on 2018-10-27

Now that I am "retired," it's kind of funny to see scenes like this and get that feeling of a 'horse-race' just beginning...Get Home, Quick ;-)
Cheers!

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A Chilean Flamingo hiding its beak under feathers

Hiding my Beak by Chris

Posted on 2018-10-26

A Chilean Flamingo hiding its beak under its feathers. Taken at the Roger Williams Zoo in Providence, RI.

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The impressive talons of a King Vulture

The Dark Talons by Chris

Posted on 2018-10-24

The impressive talons of a King Vulture perched on a log at the Roger Williams Park Zoo.

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Hiker on beach by Mohegan Bluffs, Block Island, RI

Hiker by the Bluffs by Fran

Posted on 2018-10-15

Hiker on the beach below the Mohegan Bluffs, Block Island, Rhode Island. In the distance one can see the five wind turbines in the ocean. This was the first commercial offshore wind farm in the U.S.

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Sunset

Endless Light by Scott F. Schilling

Posted on 2018-10-20

This was one of those times when the entire sky lit up from horizon to above my head. It was an incredible view.

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Landscapes inside us as secret gardens

Secret Garden by Susy

Posted on 2018-09-12

This photo is an interpretation of the following music and text. I seek to inspire others with both my work and the music that accompanies it. I especially enjoy creating with music, photography, the brilliant applications I use, Procreate and icolorama and the often and amazing places of the unknown, which are all around us. Thank you for reviewing my work and many smiles, Suzy.

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red barn with sunflowers

Pleasant Valley Farm by Elaine Hancock

Posted on 2018-08-04

The dairy barn is used to sell produce grown on the farm. I stop by here about once a week to buy fresh vegetables. This year they planted sunflowers around the barn. I thought it was really pretty.

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Total Lunar Eclipse

Total Lunar Eclipse by Jason Kravitz

Posted on 2004-10-28

What a strange day - many technical problems at work and a flat tire on my way home but I was able to get back in time to eat dinner and set up the tripod for the lunar eclipse. We had nearly perfect clear skies except about 20 minutes before totality - then the clouds moved off just in time for me to catch the last photo in the series, full coverage with a red tinge.

All shot with 400mm lens - the first four were somewhere around ISO 200, f/8, 1/250s - the last one was ISO 1600, f/5.6, .8s

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West Fork trail face in the rocks

Dali of the Fork by Jason Kravitz

Posted on 2018-07-27

Hiking West Fork trail in Arizona, I didn't notice this face in the rocks till after taking a photo in Black and White. It looks a bit like Dali with a curved mustache.

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Harry O'Connor retained-images photo blog

Ready to roll by Harry

Posted on 2018-07-11

They cleared the trees and scraped the land. They prepared the old farmhouse and one of the barns for moving, but there is no indication of where they will be moving. It costs quite a bit to move a structure, so they must have identified a reuse scenario. One barn and several out-buildings ended up in the scrap pile, however.

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Broken fence by Harry

Posted on 2018-11-09

On my way to the shore to shoot the sunset, I passed this dune and the bedraggled fence discouraging people from climbing on it.

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Sunrise Point at Bryce Canyon National Park.

Down the Ridge by Steve Rice

Posted on 2018-11-09

Later in the morning, I hiked down the ridge from Sunrise Point and found a place for a panorama. The viewpoint is on the right of the frame and up closer to the rim.

Sunrise Point
Bryce Canyon National Park
Utah, USA

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Walking on a glacier

Resting on the shoulders of a giant by jean

Posted on 2018-10-28

Sisyphus, having accomplished his task, is whistling during his descent. The joy of being. Despite the odds, the heart can win. [Not realizing this glacier might be gone when the next hike is planned for. Walking on eggs.]

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Flowers found on walks.

October Yellow by Steve Rice

Posted on 2018-10-26

My neighbor's garden has these pretty flowers that refuse to acknowledge the autumn chill. So, I pulled out the macro lens.

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It's Going To Rain...Or Snow

It's Going To Rain...Or Snow by B. Thomas

Posted on 2018-10-25

We didn't have those bright blue Colorado skies every day, but the clouds had a beauty all their own and made the colors seem so intense.

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Eastern Slope Autumn

Fall Colors at Convict Lake - Eastern Sierras by Denny Jump

Posted on 2018-10-20

One of my favorite shots of one of my favorite places...The eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in California....in autumn. ;-) What else need be said ....Thanks for looking in ;-)

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baby child girl sari Indian festival Durga Puja

Durga Puja Arriving by Sugata

Posted on 2018-10-10

My 5-month old daughter dressed up as a simple version of the Hindu goddess Durga. In my home country, the festival of Durga Puja started this week. The items scattered symbolize the things the goddess carries in her arms. The lion is her vehicle. This is how we are celebrating the festival away from India, in the US.

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Female boxer warms up prior to a training session

Shadow boxing... by Mike Hall

Posted on 2018-09-08

Boxer warms up prior to a training session at the gym.

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Harry O'Connor retained-images photo blog

Wading deer by Harry

Posted on 2018-08-11

We watched this deer "graze" the bottom of the stream for several minutes. He would dip in for a minute then come up with some river vegitation hanging from his mouth and chew for a while before dipping down for more. While chewing, he turned and watched us.

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Filing nail ends

Filing nail ends by Anita

Posted on 2018-07-30

After clipping the ends of the nails, the Amish farrier files down any remaining nail.

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Manhattanhenge on 34th Street

Manhattanhenge by Fran

Posted on 2018-07-13

The Druids came out in Manhattan last night, as seen here on 34th Street. Four times per year, in May and July, thousands of New Yorkers and tourists flock to Manhattan’s streets for a glimpse of the celestial sunset event known as Manhattanhenge. It features a perfectly aligned sunset beaming down the east and west streets of Manhattan's grid. This results in a fireball of a sunset that illuminates the north and south sides of the city's skyscrapers.

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