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It's always nice to see bike lanes that are wide and spacious. I just hope that lanes start appearing on much busier roads where there's much more bike traffic. 
A bicycle lane pointing riders which way to ride in Glendale, CA.
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We have some areas in Houston this too.. but no one care about that... I do... I know from Germany it's safe you having your own place ride a bike... 
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After a day and night of hanging out in the Easter Sierra Nevada with my pal +Scott Sugawara, we decided to make a stop over at Red Rock Canyon State Park here in California. What we found was nothing short of extraordinary! 
Scott Sugawara pointing the way to the Milky Way in Red Rock Canyon State Park, CA.
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It sure did +Shelly Gunderson! Thank you!

Thank you for greeting him +Donna McClure

I appreciate that +George Melnikoff! Thank you!

Thank you +Leyla A. Roberson! It was a great night indeed!
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A true Master can perform in any place or situation. And dressed in regular street clothes. He he.
The Master makes time to perfect his art in San Francisco, CA.
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+F. Javier Sanchez Bernal Thank you!

+Susana ELISA muñoz Thank you!
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A silhouette, a star or two, and the rising moon. This was a good night. ;-)
The moon rising and shining brighter and brighter as it reaches for the lone star in Joshua Tree, CA.
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I appreciate that +Leyla A. Roberson! Thank you!

Thanks a lot +Shelly Gunderson!

+Susana ELISA muñoz Thank you!
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I’ve been having a lot of fun trying to photograph my nieces and nephews this past Summer. With the kids being out of school there’s just more opportunity to see them running around and being kids. It’s been especially fun to watch my niece Zoey this Summer. That being said, here's another image of her that I really enjoyed.
My niece Zoey walking along her fence towards some bubbles and leaves in Long Beach, CA.
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Malibu. Sunset. 'Nuff said. ;-)
Life's a beach especially on El Matador State Beach in Malibu, CA.
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It sure was that kind of day +Donna McClure! Thanks a lot!

Thanks a lot +Anna Ryndak!
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If I had to pick just one particular time of the day to photograph anything, it would have to be the blue hour. It's a great time of day or night, especially when you're looking for droids on the sands of Tatooine. He he.
The desert world of the Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes during the morning blue hour in Death Valley, CA.
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This stunning show of work has been selected as a most excellent share on +Photo Mania USA and chosen by +Kris Rowlands. Enjoy your day! +Photo Mania USA (curated by +Marjolein Schat, +Dorma Wiggin, +Kris Rowlands and +David Pilasky)!
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"Every moment of light and dark is a miracle." -Walt Whitman

Every now and then I talk about specific locations around the Los Angeles County area. Locations that I consider to be my “go to” spots in the event of a great sunset. Spots that don’t take long to get to and that I’m familiar with which makes it easier to find myself a quick composition in case I don’t have much time to get out too far for a surprise epic sunset. The Colorado Street Bridge is one of those locations for me. So one day, while I was out with my good friend for a late lunch/early dinner, I was glad we were near one of my “go to” spots. Earlier in the day while we were hanging out, nothing seemed of interest to shoot. The clouds had blown away leaving a mostly blue sky, and any clouds that did remain were small and not enough to make the sky pop. But when leaving the restaurant I looked up and noticed how the sky started to turn pink. I thought it was beautiful, but nothing I would be in a rush to shoot. As soon as we got into the car and started heading West back home, the sky simply lit on fire. The clouds had filled the sky and as sunset started, the sky turned into one of the more beautiful sunsets I had seen in recent months. So being that we were near the bridge, we parked nearby and walked out onto the bridge. At this point, I had my Sony A7R with me but I only had my FE 55mm f/1.8 prime lens with me. I usually travel light when I’m going out locally for a meal, but still, I almost always have a camera with me. Luckily, as wide as the bridge is, the focal length I had with me worked just fine.

From my blog: http://www.themarkeworld.com/pasadena/light/
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Thanks a lot +Anatoliy Urbanskiy!

+Leyla A. Roberson Thanks a lot!

+Shelly Gunderson Thanks a lot!

Thanks a lot +Pamela Barber!
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In today's day and age, it seems pretty tough for a memory to get lost. But it does lead one to wonder if they're truly experiencing the moment, or if they're simply capturing it. He he.
Visitors of the Griffith Observatory getting their shots of a great sunset in Los Angeles, CA.
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I appreciate that +Leyla A. Roberson! Thank you!
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I would type "Zoom, Zoom, Zoom" but the car in this photograph is a Ford, not a Mazda. So I'm going to quote the legendary duo of Maverick and Goose and say, "I feel the need, the need for speed!"
My camera focused on the speed of a Ford Focus as it drives by in Glendale, CA.
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+Patrick Ford Ha ha, I suppose that would be more accurate. ;-P 
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Like just about anyone with a camera in hand, I like to photograph animals. Or to be more specific, I like to try and photograph animals. So when they're just standing still, life becomes a whole lot easier for me. He he.
A bird looking indifferent on the shore of Bombay Beach at the Salton Sea, CA.
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Spending a couple of hours in traffic to get to an amusement park was totally worth it because I was able to see just how close my niece and nephews were with each other. They're as tight a set of siblings as I've seen and I was glad to get some shots of them having fun.

If you'd like to see more photos and a short video of one of the rides, click through to my blog post.
The connected hands of siblings Paolo, Jacob and Gabrielle on the wheel of the teacup ride at Knott's Berry Farm in Buena Park, CA.
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Armed with a DSLR and a mustache, I've set out to explore the world one country and one photo at a time.

I also run the humble little photo/travel blog The Marke's World
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Visiting Lake Chuzenji in the dead of Winter wearing nothing but warm up pants and a Spring jacket...... and surviving!
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Under the Alexandra Arch. Posted on 20111011 by The Marke. Alexandra Arch. While walking along the Henderson Wave in Singapore I came across an area map ...

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