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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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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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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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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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Ragamuffin Romeo In Search Of Friendly Female Feline For LTR by Da Goddess

Ragamuffin Romeo In Search Of Friendly Female Feline For LTR by Da Goddess

Do you remember the part of “The Wizard of Oz” when Dorothy meets the Cowardly Lion? That’s how I felt for a moment a couple of months ago. My son and I had traveled up to the hills...
Published on: Mar 11 2004
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Room of Trees by David White

Room of Trees by David White

A year ago I lived in a house with four other university students. To get to class each day, you could walk 20 minutes through pleasant middle class neighbourhood streets, or you could take a usually...
Published on: Mar 07 2004
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Yet she smiles by Jason Wall

Yet she smiles by Jason Wall

I don’t know her name. She lives in the city of Soroti in Uganda. Her happy face seems out of place in a country so poor. She is probably no older than five or six, and in a country where wives...
Published on: Mar 05 2004
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MoMA QNS by Jean-Francois Goyette

MoMA QNS by Jean-Francois Goyette

This picture was taken on my first trip to New York. I had decided the day before that it was time for me to visit the city as i had been all the way to Europe but never thought about visiting North America....
Published on: Feb 26 2004
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Rock on House

Rock on House

Mesmerized by the sounds of birds chirping, trees swaying, water running, and my feet walking on the old stone rocks that made up the ancient Roman path somewhere in the French Alps, a strange amusing...
Published on: Feb 16 2004
By: A Picture's Worth
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