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Glad to Be Home

Glad to Be Home

Glad to be Home, Cades Cove, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee Photograph by Chris Schultz    I took this picture (well, these four pictures) at Cades Cove, Tennessee. Cades Cove is a neat valley nestled in the Smoky Mountains. You can see quite a few historical buildings, white-tailed deer, and a very nice vista […]

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Cherry Blossoms in Japan

Cherry Blossoms in Japan

Cherry Blossoms, Kyoto, Japan Photograph by Jim Caldwell    As the seasons change from winter to spring, sometime between March and April, the Japanese sakura (cherry blossoms) come alive. The blossoms represent the end of Winter to the beginning of Spring’s new life and the next growing season. The sakura are ornamental, with the most popular variety, the […]

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Mademoiselle Coccinelle

Mademoiselle Coccinelle

Mademoiselle Coccinelle: Ladybug After the Rain, Annecy, Haute-Savoie, France Photograph by Maxime Gilbert   

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Tropical Canada

Tropical Canada

Tropical Canada, Clark Island, Broken Group Islands, Barkley Sound, British Columbia, Canada Photograph by David Barnes   

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Larger than Life

Larger than Life

Big Bend National Park, Texas

Photograph by Nick Zantop      Like all of Texas, Big Bend National Park is larger than life. Its 801,163 acres stretch along Mexico’s border for 118 lonely miles and it’s craggy mountain peaks rise to 7,832 feet. The desert doesn’t spring to mind when most of us think of species diversity, but Big Bend is home to […]

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Turn

Turn

Palos Verdes, California

Photograph by Neil Kremer After driving this road in Palos Verdes, California over one hundred times it hit me; this would look really cool at night. So I climbed to the top of this hill and waited for the “perfect traffic.” It’s really hard to time it so one car is going in each direction […]

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