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Jim Denham

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HYATT LANE UNEXPECTED

Doesn't happen often, but this time, procrastination paid off! See more about it here: http://www.jimdenhamphotography.com/hyatt-lane-unexpected/
+Jerry Denham +Curt Fleenor +Travis Rhoads +RJ Wilner 
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Murray Fox

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Under The Gateway

The two Gateway bridges span the Brisbane River, just east of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. These are the main north/south crossing of the river for the national highway along the east coast of Australia. There are parklands under the bridges with pathways, and picnic tables right on the water. A favourite spot for local fishermen chasing a feed.

Taken with my Olympus OM-D E-M5 and the 12-50mm Lens.

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David Recht

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Durbar Square - 7 Years Ago

The shot of this rickshaw driver sleeping was taken in Durbar Square in Kathmandu April 21, 2008 - almost exactly 7 years before last week's devastating earthquake. The structure to the right is destroyed as are other historical structures in the square.
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Jeffrey Newcomer

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Composition and Your Eye
Here is a discussion of many of the most common guides to balanced compositions.
http://bit.ly/1z1moxr
But it can be distilled to a couple of "rules" and the second is to avoid slavish adherence to guides and learn to please your own eye.
Westmoreland, NH...
Jeff Newcomer, NEPG
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Winspeare Nicolas

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This rabbit is a pet. Photo taken with the owner's permission.
Fuji x-t1 with 56mm f/1.2 lens
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David Recht

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Fitz Army Flyin' - 
At the Dream Machine event at Half Moon Bay last weekend. The Fitz Army performing their jumps 75 ft. in the air. Cool.
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Winspeare Nicolas

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I don't know if this qualifies as a street photo, but it is a candid portrait taken in the street! The rabbit is a pet and is on a lead.
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Brian Okeson

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Iconic Elephant Car Wash in lovely Seattle.
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Nice one... truly is Iconic .  I can't count the number of movies that carwash sign has been in.  Great find and shot +Brian Okeson 
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David Kaiser

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A #market  stall selling flowers at #night in front of St. Mary's Basilica on Rynek Główny, #kraków , #poland  
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Jeffrey Newcomer

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Spring Trumpets
The Daffodils' are blooming on Welcome Hill in Chesterfield, New Hampshire.
Jeff Newcomer, NEPG
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Jeffrey Newcomer

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The Under-Appreciated Lichen
As our wimpy spring buds are just beginning to venture forth, take a moment to appreciate the resilient lichens that color the rocks and trees of New England.
http://bit.ly/1AxAORv
They have a remarkable story of a symbiosis that has led to toughness and longevity.
Marlborough, New Hampshire...
Jeff Newcomer, NEPG
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Brian Okeson

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Disney's California Adventure. Lots of fun!
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Awesome colors! 
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David Recht

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Good Morning Alaska - 
Just after raising anchor from Crab Bay near Tenakee Springs, AK.
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David Recht

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Alabama and Beyond - 
A shot from a trip to the eastern sierras in California a few weeks ago.  This is the Alabama Hills in the foreground with the Sierra Nevada mountains as the backdrop.  Alabama Hills is also famous for having hosted many, many film shoots in the past such as Hopalong Cassidy, Bonanza, Gunga Din, How the West was Won and even a few scenes for Gladiator.
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Piotr Tymiński

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Faded glory 

© 2015  Piotr Tyminski
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The grave of Private Ivan Poddubnyi, (1926-1946) on a Russian cemetery in Borne Sulinowo, Poland.
The small city, along with a huge swath of surrounding terrain had been an off-limits area for many years.
Back in the days of the Iron Curtain t was a home for the 6th Vitebsk-Novgorod Guards Motorized Division, Soviet Northern Group of Forces.


#photojournalworldwide +Photo Journal Worldwide +andi rivarola
#cemeterysaturday +Cemetery Saturday curated by +Corey Gibson and +Cristy Gibson
#EuropeanPhotography  +European Photo 
+Janusz Brakoniecki +Jean-Louis LAURENCE +Susanne Ramharter +Ela Kupiec  +Carlos Duarte

#history #Poland #photography
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Jeffrey Newcomer

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April Fire
Spectacular sunset tonight looking toward the Vermont Hills. I just got back from dinner in Keene, NH when my friend John called with a "sunset alert". John has become very good at predicting when the conditions are developing for a great sunset as seen from his backyard in Chesterfield, NH. I was there in ten minutes to catch the show. Its great to have my sunset spotters out there scouting for me. John is owed a beer, or two.
Jeff Newcomer, NEPG
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David Recht

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Incoming-
Bald eagles get the themselves into some interesting flight positions before descending to the water for a fish grab. This is not one of the more extreme positions but realize that bald eagles can have their bodies inverted (upside down to the ground) and can rotate their heads 210 degrees (more than halfway around) in order to focus on their prey.
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Yann Shee

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Eglise du soleil
Abandoned church in Belgium.
Eglise abandonnée en Belgique.

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Mike Kline

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What are you looking at?
Robbie the Barred Owl at Three Rivers Avian Center in Brooks, West Virginia.
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