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Took myself on a photo workshop with Francis J Taylor, to Monsal Dale and stood in the river Wye to get this. Thank you Francis.

I have a little backlog of 365 project photos, but I though I will start with the latest one, which subject is "Liquid". Water is the most common liquid, and it…

This past January my boyfriend and I took a short weekend trip down to Ouray, CO to enjoy the hot springs and check out what was going on at the ice climbing…

We spent two days on the Coromandel peninsula on the North Island of New Zealand. The weather was a bit cloudy, but we had a great time at the hot water beach,…

I woke up in the Fukaya's home feeling refreshed, but I was unwilling to leave the comfy and warm bed. Without the heating on, the room was freezing cold in the…

4/21/19 Today is Easter. I have not taken any new photos or gone to any new places this last week. I have made progress on the trailer but none of it has been…

Oh my dear! I have travelled to many different places, although I know there are many, many other countries I must visit, but I have never yet seen something as…

This UConn alumnus was fortunate to make his second trip to the great state of Alaska. I was there as a chaplain for one of the Summer league baseball teams.…

This is just a water display at a landscaping place. I've unfortunately forgotten the name of the place. It's in Chino, in Southern California. We went there to…

Pont suspendu. Tuyeaux. Pluie. Chemin de pierre. La route est abrupte jusqu'aux "Caihong Pubu" (Rainbow Waterfall). Plus tard, visite des sources chaudes de…

continued... Watson Falls, 272-foot waterfall over basalt lava cliffs up the Umpqua River Valley. The waterfall is less than a mile from the parking lot. The…
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