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Ricardo Ríos- La Música de la Fotografía
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Ready to race by Philip Platzer
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Another beautiful morning at the Tidal Basin produced this photo of cherry blossom trees. View it on the blog here: http://www.abpan.com/cherry-blossom-trees-at-the-tidal-basin/
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The Batmobile

This is a new theory I am testing...that car photos do well when posted at midnight... hehe... hardly scientific, and a flawed experiment since I am mentioning the experiment whilst in the middle of it... but, well, here you go... BAT SIX.
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The World Heli Challenge 2011 Extreme day
Heli Unloading on the top of Mt Albert in New Zealand's Southern Alp's....
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#SunsetSaturday
curated by +TJ Kelly

I'm re-sharing a sunset photo taken in Bandon, Oregon this past spring. Bandon is one of my favorite beaches to photograph.

I'm off to a friend's wedding today and need to spend some time on the road so no time to dig through images. Have a great weekend!
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Notre Dame. Night. Snow. Ack!

(I think this qualifies for #SepiaSaturday... although I can't really decide what to call this toning.)

Paris. The Notre Dame. Snow. I swore I saw Quasimodo. Right there... look! Between those parapets. Dang, he's quick. Cue the scary music.

This night, I set up and took aim at the side of the Notre Dame Cathedral. The ghosts of writers, emperors, members of the clergy and Victor Hugo all looking on, or so it felt. I apologized to them for swearing so prolifically as huge gobs of snow landed on my lens, blurring up my perfect shot du arte. It always landed on the best shot. Grrrr. I shoulda planned better. Clearly, I didn't. It doesn't look like it was snowing that much - you can only sorta see it in the light on the upper left - but trust me, it was and I was soaked. My surly, potty-mouthed self was determined to walk away victorious and I would have stood there all damn night if I had to. Much to my HUGE relief, I didn't have to.

I left the lens distortion, a couple of blurrrrrs. The skew fit the mood, told the the story, covered the sense "surreality" I felt standing there that night.

I hope Victor Hugo would approve. But I think he was cranky. So I'll just have to approve of myself. ;-))
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The Umbersuns - The Devil's Needles . Chamonix Mont-Blanc ( France,74 ) . © Alexandre Deschaumes .
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