Archive for March, 2004:

Ssssssnake … the story behind a happy holiday memory! by Idsert Joukes

Ssssssnake … the story behind a happy holiday memory! by Idsert Joukes

I have travelled widely since graduating in 1992. Australia, Cambodia, India, Namibia, Philipines, United States of America, are just a few of the countries I’ve visited – and no, I don’t...
Published on: Mar 22 2004
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Beginnings by Medb

Beginnings by Medb

Ft. Dickerson is one of the earthen Civil War (Union) forts still remaining in Knoxville, TN. It overlooked the city, was intended to defend Knoxville from Confederate forces holed up near the river,...
Published on: Mar 21 2004
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Open Door by Melissa

Open Door by Melissa

I had other, better photos to write about, but I found myself going back again and again to this one. It’s blurry, the lighting isn’t right, the doorframe is in the shot… you’ll...
Published on: Mar 20 2004
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Seahorses in the snow by Dale Hudjik

Seahorses in the snow by Dale Hudjik

It is dark and snowing lightly. The temperature is exactly at freezing. I hear the sounds of the sirens of ambulances and the barking of the neighbor’s dogs as someone approaches. They become louder...
Published on: Mar 18 2004
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Target Practice by Steven Wolf

Target Practice by Steven Wolf

I was walking through sagebrush and sand, picking over pinion cones looking for pine nuts. My friend was with me, but he was a long way off. I had a little tiny advantix camera with me which was getting...
Published on: Mar 17 2004
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Inspiring Students by Mark Pierce

Inspiring Students by Mark Pierce

This is my son five years ago. We were participating in the FIRST Regional Robotics Competition in Ypsilanti, Michigan, the first for both of us. Steve’s mentor had asked him to install some parts for...
Published on: Mar 16 2004
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Frozen Fairway #2 by Todd Walker

Frozen Fairway #2 by Todd Walker

At the time I made this image, I had approached photography with some deliberateness and seriousness for about a year-and-a-half. Most of my pictures were taken on the fly, capturing images from my everyday...
Published on: Mar 15 2004
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Endings and Beginnings by Da Goddess

Endings and Beginnings by Da Goddess

After a pleasant day of walking around the zoo together, my guest and I headed out to Pacific Beach. We were to meet some friends of mine at a beachfront restaurant for dinner. As we walked up to the...
Published on: Mar 14 2004
By: A Picture's Worth
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Bingo Balls by Tudy Flansburg

Bingo Balls by Tudy Flansburg

I won a photo challenge with this picture. Maybe because of its depth of field, maybe it was the composition or the color or lighting, maybe all of the above, maybe none of the above, I don’t know,...
Published on: Mar 13 2004
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A boy and his dog by Gordon McLean

A boy and his dog by Gordon McLean

I don’t recall what age I was exactly, and I’m not sure where the picture was taken (I also have the nagging suspicion that my Uncle Bill took it not my Dad) but this picture is about so much...
Published on: Mar 12 2004
By: A Picture's Worth
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