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Leslie Dutcher
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A large portion of every sale goes to the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Michigan.
A large portion of every sale goes to the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Michigan.

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Special for #worldphotographyday  , a $1.20 hi res download! Download the picture then print up to 16 x20. 
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The latest addition to my shop! A portion of every sale from my shop goes to the #MakeAWish  Foundation of Michigan.
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I see today is #FloralFriday. This is part of a prairie series I'm still working on.
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Many of my pieces are available at my Etsy shop. If you would like a different size or format, just message me! Special orders are always welcome! 
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Available on canvas at www.etsy.com/shop/LeslieDutcher
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‎"Two respected federal courts have now ruled unanimously that the Army Corps of Engineers is responsible for the drowning of New Orleans and the government should be held accountable. It is time for the Justice Department to stop litigating and start long overdue discussions about economic justice for the residents of New Orleans.''
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New image + PRINT GIVEAWAY

I just noticed I'm about to hit 30,000 people who have added me to their circles. Wow. Thank you all very much! It's been a while since the last print giveaway, so why not do it to celebrate this milestone?

I'm going to give away three prints of this image (printed 7"x9" on fine art paper, numbered - just like I do with all my prints). I'll print them tonight and ship on Monday.

To enter, simply re-share this post, and I will pick three people who did it at ramdon on Sunday morning.

As for this image - that was taken on January 1st in Yosemite. No snow, but lots of baren nature and hardly anyone around. Beautiful place any time of the year.
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What is this Leap Year Project?

A project to capture a small snippet of the lives and the world from the perspective of everyone here on G+. Everyone will take a picture of their small piece of the world on the 29th Feb 2012 and share it with the whole G+ community. This will create one never before seen photographic record of what the world looked like on one specific day in time. A record that forms a kind of time capsule that we can use to look back on one frozen moment in time.

How do I get Involved?
Simple:
On 29th Feb 2012 Take a Picture (or several)
Upload that picture(s) to Google+
Share your picture(s) publicly
Include the tag: #G+LeapYearDayProject
+ Mention this page
Once your picture is public fill in this very short form to help us keep track of all the submissions: Click Here for the form
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dDI5ZENuRnEtN2MtZW1NRjRjdFlZUnc6MQ

What should the picture be of?
Absolutely anything, as long as it meets the terms of service of Google+ But if you want some inspiration please use any of the Daily Photography Themes

The picture doesn't have to be some glorious ground-breaking event. The idea is to simply capture something going on around you at any point on that day.

Can I upload a video?
Yes you can, but try to keep it under 1 minute. Although we would also prefer photos

Do I need to be a professional photographer?
No, this is for anyone to partake in

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At +G+ LeapYear 2012 - Day in the life of G+ everyone post a photo showing something that expresses you, how you see your world or G+. Choose a specific time or just snap off a quick shot. Geo-Tag it so we can see where everyone is from (This is entirely optional).
Have fun, no rules except, good taste, legal, and work safe please!

#G+LeapYearDayProject
G+ LeapYear Day in the Life of G+ Community Photography Project*

#G+LeapYearDayProject
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Generation Y has been renamed to Generation C. I propose Generation X be renamed to Generation Ninja because we weren't lazy and unmotivated, we were just laying low, preparing to reveal our awesomeness at the precise moment we deemed appropriate. Some of us are still laying low, so keep your guard up.
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