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There's something about photographing waterfalls - maybe the fact you capture a single moment in an ever flowing world. Anyways, Oregon had plenty to offer for…

Those who've seen the Redwoods on the Pazific Coast never forget them. It's not everyday you're in the presence of the oldest beings on earth.

Sure, you find beach bodies galore in CA & OR. But there's other folks to be seen on the north shore, of a more interesting sort, in our humble opinion.

Golden Gate is probably the most photographed bridge in the world. When we first visited San Fran in '05, fog covered most of it. Ten years later, we had more…

two days after the US Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage across the country, the LGBT rights movement had plenty of reasons to celebrate in the city by…

it's springtime in Washington - and everywhere around. in suburban Maryland, the cherry trees of Kenwood are quite a sight.

during the kite festival on the National Mall here in Washington DC, the sky is full of colors - and so is the lawn below.

New Orleans is one of our favorite cities in all of the U.S. - the music, the people, the mood … there's really no place like NOLA.

The South of the United States is a world of its own. The trees alone are endlessly fascinating. These Pictures were all taken in South Carolina and Georgia.

The South of the United States is a world of its own. The trees alone are endlessly fascinating. These Pictures were all taken in South Carolina.

The Nation's Capital has more to offer than Museums and Monuments: a quick stroll shows vibrant street life, shown here with some color accents.
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