Archive for October, 2003:

Blue Moon by Vern Glass

Blue Moon by Vern Glass

It was a misty Manitoba evening in the Turtle Mountains when I captured this image of my little sailboat on the shore of a lake that straddles the Canadian-American border.the mornings and evenings here...
Published on: Oct 17 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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Springtime at the Alice by Connie Scholl

Springtime at the Alice by Connie Scholl

A single bloom comes to life in the desert after a scrub fire. November 26, 2002 – From my Travelogue: Here we are in Alice Springs, or Alice to locals. We pulled up in the Ghan, a popular train...
Published on: Oct 12 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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My old Pennsylvania home by Jessa

My old Pennsylvania home by Jessa

Nestled in the hills of western Pennsylvania is my home. It’s accessible only by traveling a long and winding dirt road. Shady oak and walnut trees line the way like soldiers. In summer I often used...
Published on: Oct 12 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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Undara Tree by Sue Deland

Undara Tree by Sue Deland

We walked along the path, over the rocks and past the dried up billabong and there it was. Standing impassively. For centuries the floodwaters came to refresh the roots and revitalize it’s entire being. Why...
Published on: Oct 12 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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After the thrill is gone

After the thrill is gone

The Fourth of July in the United States is always a busy day. For most people, it’s a day filled with barbeques and sunscreen, lawn chairs and parades, maybe a trip to the beach or playing in the...
Published on: Oct 11 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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What is it about the beach that draws us? by Brian Bogardus

What is it about the beach that draws us? by Brian Bogardus

Is it shared experience? Trips to the shore on vacations in our childhood. TV and movie images of happy, handsome people frolicking at water’s edge. Or is it just that so many of us live in places close...
Published on: Oct 11 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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A jar of fireflies by Dale Hudjik

A jar of fireflies by Dale Hudjik

I was a very curious child who loved nature and, for some reason, insects – all kinds of insects: beetles, butterflies, and bees. I even loved those “bugs” that are not quite insects:...
Published on: Oct 07 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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Sure, I’m unaffected… by Redjen

Sure, I’m unaffected… by Redjen

I really had a rather pleasant day at work. I woke up, went to the gym, played with the cats and watched the birds and squirrels on my deck this morning. And it was a pleasant day, in spite of suddenly...
Published on: Oct 06 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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An analogy of pain by Nikki Harman

An analogy of pain by Nikki Harman

Since a car accident six years ago, when someone hit me hard from behind, I’ve been in pain. I suffered a whiplash injury to my lower spine, and have subsequently had all sorts of treatment in order...
Published on: Oct 06 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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He’s kissing me! by Erin Guest

He’s kissing me! by Erin Guest

After my sister and myself, these boys are the babies of the family. They’re even a joy to be around even when they’re at their rambunctuous worst. I guess I can say that because they live...
Published on: Oct 04 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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