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Story and photography by Jerry Ginsberg
Like many people, for a long time I thought that the tail end of the Florida Keys was the popular resort and tourist town of Key West. Wrong! The long, curving archipelago that we call the Florida Keys stretches for another 70 miles or so to the southwest of Key West. Stuck way out in the Gulf of Mexico with no roads, no airport and no harbor, this surely seems like an unlikely place to put a national park.
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Congratulations to this week's highlighted images from the 2016 NANPA Showcase Competition: Caroline Bloss, David Hammond, Hector Astorga, Gail Parris, Larry Lynch, Cindy Goeddel, Karen Hunt. www.nanpa.org
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NANPA member, Jeff Vanuga, to judge the NANPA Viewbug photo contest- "Man In Nature" http://www.nanpa.org/events/viewbug-photo-contests/
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Check out the Fall issue of the Smoky Mountain Journal of Photography. The NANPA High School Scholarship Program is featured along with interviews and photos from the high school participants. http://www.smjop.com/
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Have you checked this out? 2017 NANPA Showcase Competition
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Something everyone should think about- photo storage and backup systems.
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NANPA Weekly Wow - Photo by Hector Astorga, 2016 NANPA Showcase Top 100 Entry. Other images highlighted this week are by: Ian Frazier, Matthew Hyner, Eric Bowles, Betty Sederquist, Lance Warley, Ken Archer.

Enter your winning image in the 2017 NANPA Showcase Competition open now: http://www.nanpa.org/events/showcase/2017-showcase/
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Story and photography by Jim Clark

Along the fabled eastern shore near the state line between Maryland and Virginia, is one of my most favorite places to take workshop students: The Pocomoke River State Park. Bordering the Pocomoke River and Corker’s Creek, this Maryland state park protects one of the last remaining bald cypress swamps on the eastern shore. In fact, the cypress reaches its northernmost limit of distribution on the eastern shore. [ 453 more words ]
http://www.nanpa.org/natures-view-fading-light-and-the-fern/
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Show off your best image in the 2017 NANPA Showcase Competition. Prize packages include cash, national recognition and exposure within the entire photography community. Entry deadline- September 26.
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Understanding your subject can make you a better photographer.
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